The brown trout (Salmo trutta) is a European species of salmonid fish that has
been widely introduced into suitable environments globally. It includes both
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Considered the most valuable exotic fish introduced to North America, the brown
trout is known by few other names, the most commonly used being the ...
The brown trout is a beautiful fish, similar in general shape to the salmon; the
back is dark, the sides pale, and both are flecked with variable reddish spots that
Trout are highly variable in color. In streams, they have spots or wavy lines over
backgrounds ranging from dark olive to light brown. In large lakes, they are often
As of 1970, Brown Trout had not been introduced into Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama, and Alaska. Brown Trout have also been introduced in eastern Puerto
How to identify a Brown Trout. It resembles its relative, the Atlantic salmon. Both
have black spots on the back, upper sides, and on the gill cover, and sometimes
The brown trout is a native trout of Europe, praised by Izaak Walton. By 1850, fish
culture was an established practice in western Europe, allowing brown trout to ...
Taxonomic Notes: Genetic data indicate that S. trutta and some populations of
hybrid origin are native in some rivers draining to the Mediterranean, the Black ...
The historic native geographic range of the brown trout, Salmo trutta, is Europe,
northern Africa, and western Asia. The northern range boundary includes ...