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Evidence of food limitation of rainbow and brown trout in southern appalachian usa soft water streams


Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 116(5): 692-702
Evidence of food limitation of rainbow and brown trout in southern appalachian usa soft water streams
Seasonal patterns of age-specific growth rates and condition factors of rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri and brown trout S. trutta were studied in relation to the available food resources in five streams of the southern Appalachian mountains. Standing crops of benthic invertebrates were low relative to streams of similar size in other geographic areas. Although terrestrial organisms contributed substantially to the invertebrate drift, total drift rates were also relatively low.


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