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Lake Trout Ministry of Fisheries
1999
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Abstract: Lake trout have a typically troutlike body, elongate, with a deeply forked tail. The colouration is variable, depending on size and habitat, but generally it is dark green to gray or brown on the back, fading to pale underparts that are dirty white or pale yellow. The tail is more deeply forked than in other char or trout and has light coloured spots on both halves. The head and body are covered in whitish (never pink) irregular spots. Sometimes there are irregular light markings on the back that are shaped like worms (called vermiculations). The eyes are large, round, and protruding.
 
Ministry of Fisheries. 1999. Lake Trout. Ministry of Fisheries. Fish Facts
 
Topic: Fish and Fish Habitats
Keywords: fisheries, fish facts, lake trout
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Salvelinus namaycush
ISBN:  English Name: Lake Trout
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