Estelle Lerceteau-Köhler

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Brown trout Salmo trutta have been described in terms of five major mtDNA lineages, four of which correspond to major ocean basins, and one, according to some authors, to a distinct taxon, marbled trout Salmo marmoratus. The Atlantic and Danubian lineages of brown trout meet in a poorly documented contact zone in Central Europe. The natural versus human(More)
Two major mtDNA lineages of brown trout come into contact in the upper Danube basin of Central Europe. The region is additionally confronted with stock management programs that often use domesticated foreign strains creating confusion as to what constitutes native and non-native populations as well as how to define major management units. In a unique system(More)
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