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The Nonindigenous Occurrences section of the NAS species profiles has a new structure. The section is now dynamically updated from the NAS database to ensure that it contains the most current and accurate information. Occurrences are summarized in Table 1, alphabetically by state, with years of earliest and most recent observations, and the tally and names of drainages where the species was observed. The table contains hyperlinks to collections tables of specimens based on the states, years, and drainages selected. References to specimens that were not obtained through sighting reports and personal communications are found through the hyperlink in the Table 1 caption or through the individual specimens linked in the collections tables.




Salmo trutta
Salmo trutta
(Brown Trout)
Fishes
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Salmo trutta Linnaeus, 1758

Common name: Brown Trout

Synonyms and Other Names: Salmo fario, S. lacustris; von Behr trout, Loch Leven trout, German brown trout

Taxonomy: available through www.itis.govITIS logo

Identification: Scott and Crossman (1973); Page and Burr (1991); Jenkins and Burkhead (1994).

Size: 103 cm

Native Range: Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia (Page and Burr 1991).

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Nonindigenous Occurrences:

Table 1. States with nonindigenous occurrences, the earliest and latest observations in each state, and the tally and names of HUCs with observations†. Names and dates are hyperlinked to their relevant specimen records. The list of references for all nonindigenous occurrences of Salmo trutta are found here.

StateYear of earliest observationYear of last observationTotal HUCs with observations†HUCs with observations†
Alabama197119962Middle Coosa; Upper Tallapoosa
Arizona1880200419Chevelon Canyon; Grand Canyon; Havasu Canyon; Lake Mead; Little Colorado Headwaters; Lower Colorado Region; Lower Colorado-Marble Canyon; Lower Lake Powell; Lower Little Colorado; Lower Verde; Middle Little Colorado; Paria; Rillito; San Francisco; Silver; Tonto; Upper Gila-San Carlos Reservoir; Upper Salt; Upper Verde
Arkansas197319988Beaver Reservoir; Bull Shoals Lake; Lake Conway-Point Remove; Little Missouri; Little Red; Middle White; North Fork White; Spring
California1884201450Butte; California Region; Clear Creek-Sacramento River; Cottonwood Creek; Crowley Lake; East Branch North Fork Feather; East Walker; Honey-Eagle Lakes; Klamath; Lake Tahoe; Lower Eel; Lower Pit; Mad-Redwood; McCloud; Middle Fork Feather; Middle San Joaquin-Lower Chowchilla; Mojave; Mono Lake; Newport Bay; North Fork American; North Fork Feather; Owens Lake; Sacramento Headwaters; Salmon; San Francisco Bay; San Joaquin; Santa Ana; Santa Clara; Santa Margarita; Scott; South Fork American; South Fork Kern; Surprise Valley; Trinity; Truckee; Upper Cache; Upper Carson; Upper Kaweah; Upper Kern; Upper King; Upper Klamath; Upper Merced; Upper Mokelumne; Upper Pit; Upper Sacramento; Upper San Joaquin; Upper Stanislaus; Upper Tuolumne; Upper Yuba; West Walker
Colorado1880200943Animas; Arkansas Headwaters; Big Thompson; Blue; Cache La Poudre; Clear; Colorado Headwaters; Conejos; Crow; Eagle; East-Taylor; Fountain; Gunnison; Huerfano; Little Snake; Lower Green-Diamond; Lower Gunnison; Lower Yampa; Middle South Platte-Cherry Creek; North Platte; North Platte Headwaters; Piedra; Purgatoire; Republican; Rio Grande Headwaters; Roaring Fork; San Luis; San Miguel; South Fork Republican; South Platte; South Platte Headwaters; St. Vrain; Tomichi; Uncompahgre; Upper Arkansas; Upper Arkansas-Lake Meredith; Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoir; Upper Gunnison; Upper Laramie; Upper North Platte; Upper San Juan; Upper South Platte; White - Yampa
Connecticut186520075Housatonic; Lower Connecticut; New England Region; Shetucket; Thames
Delaware188819923Brandywine-Christina; Delaware Bay; Mid Atlantic Region
Florida198419841South Atlantic-Gulf Region
Georgia1962201016Apalachicola Basin; Conasauga; Coosawattee; Etowah; Hiwassee; Little; Middle Chattahoochee-Lake Harding; Middle Tennessee-Chickamauga; Ocoee; Savannah; South Atlantic-Gulf Region; Tugaloo; Upper Chattahoochee; Upper Coosa; Upper Little Tennessee; Upper Savannah
Hawaii193519351Kauai
Idaho1882201149American Falls; Bear Lake; Beaver-Camas; Big Lost; Big Wood; Blackfoot; Boise-Mores; C.J. Strike Reservoir; Camas; Clearwater; Hells Canyon; Idaho Falls; Lake Walcott; Little Wood; Lochsa; Lower Bear; Lower Boise; Lower Clark Fork; Lower Henrys; Lower Salmon; Lower Snake-Asotin; Medicine Lodge; Middle Bear; Middle Fork Clearwater; Middle Kootenai; Middle Snake-Boise; Middle Snake-Succor; Moyie; North Fork Payette; Pacific Northwest Region; Palisades; Palouse; Payette; Pend Oreille Lake; Portneuf; Priest; Raft; Salmon Falls; South Fork Boise; Spokane; St. Joe; Teton; Upper Henrys; Upper North Fork Clearwater; Upper Salmon; Upper Snake-Rock; Upper Spokane; Weiser; Willow
Illinois192819957Apple-Plum; Kishwaukee; Lake Michigan; Lower Fox; Lower Rock; Pecatonica; Upper Fox
Indiana194520016Chicago; Kankakee; Little Calumet-Galien; Lower East Fork White; Ohio Region; St. Joseph
Iowa1980200323Apple-Plum; Big Papillion-Mosquito; Coon-Yellow; Grant-Little Maquoketa; Little Sioux; Lower Cedar; Lower Iowa; Maple; Maquoketa; Middle Cedar; North Raccoon; North Skunk; Platte; Rock; Shell Rock; South Raccoon; Turkey; Upper Des Moines; Upper Grand; Upper Iowa; Upper Wapsipinicon; West Nodaway; Winnebago
Kansas19841984*
Kentucky1975200113Barren; Kentucky; Little Sandy; Little Scioto-Tygarts; Lower Kentucky; Ohio Brush-Whiteoak; Rough; South Fork Kentucky; Upper Cumberland; Upper Cumberland-Lake Cumberland; Upper Green; Upper Kentucky; Upper Levisa
Maine1885201117Dead; Lower Androscoggin; Lower Kennebec; Lower Penobscot; Maine Coastal; Mattawamkeag; Meduxnekeag; New England Region; Passamaquoddy Bay-Bay of Fundy; Piscataqua-Salmon Falls; Piscataquis; Presumpscot; Saco; St. Croix; St. George-Sheepscot; St. John; Upper Androscoggin
Maryland1903201115Cacapon-Town; Chester-Sassafras; Choptank; Conococheague-Opequon; Gunpowder-Patapsco; Lower Susquehanna; Mid Atlantic Region; Middle Potomac-Anacostia-Occoquan; Middle Potomac-Catoctin; Monocacy; North Branch Potomac; Patuxent; Potomac; Upper Chesapeake; Youghiogheny
Massachusetts1953200518Cape Cod; Charles; Chicopee; Concord; Deerfield; Farmington; Housatonic; Hudson-Hoosic; Merrimack; Merrimack River; Middle Connecticut; Middle Hudson; Miller; Nashua; New England; New England Region; Quinebaug; Westfield
Michigan1883201339Au Gres-Rifle; Au Sable; Bad-Montreal; Betsie-Platte; Betsy-Chocolay; Black-Macatawa; Black-Presque Isle; Boardman-Charlevoix; Brule; Cheboygan; Dead-Kelsey; Detroit; Escanaba; Fishdam-Sturgeon; Flint; Great Lakes Region; Huron; Kalamazoo; Keweenaw Peninsula; Lake Huron; Lake St. Clair; Lake Superior; Lone Lake-Ocqueoc; Lower Grand; Manistee; Manistique; Menominee; Michigamme; Muskegon; Ontonagon; Pere Marquette-White; Pine; St. Clair; Sturgeon; Thornapple; Thunder Bay; Tittabawassee; Upper Grand; Upper Wisconsin
Minnesota1920201144Baptism-Brule; Beartrap-Nemadji; Beaver-Lester; Big Fork; Buffalo-Whitewater; Cannon; Clearwater; Clearwater-Elk; Cloquet; Coon-Yellow; Crow Wing; Des Moines Headwaters; Eastern Wild Rice; Elk-Nokasippi; Hawk-Yellow Medicine; Kettle; Lac Qui Parle; Lake Superior; Little Fork; Lower Minnesota; Lower Rainy; Lower St. Croix; Middle Minnesota; Minnesota; Mississippi Headwaters; Otter Tail; Platte-Spunk; Prairie-Willow; Rainy; Rainy Headwaters; Red; Red Lakes; Redwood; Root; Roseau; Rush-Vermillion; Sauk; South Fork Crow; St. Croix; St. Louis; Twin Cities; Upper Iowa; Upper St. Croix; Zumbro
Missouri190319987Bull Shoals Lake; Current; Harry S. Truman Reservoir; Lower Gasconade; Meramec; Niangua; North Fork White
Montana1889201750Beaverhead; Belt; Big Hole; Big Horn Lake; Bitterroot; Blackfoot; Boulder; Bullwhacker-Dog; Clarks Fork Yellowstone; Fisher; Flathead Lake; Flatwillow; Flint-Rock; Fort Peck Reservoir; Gallatin; Jefferson; Judith; Lower Bighorn; Lower Clark Fork; Lower Tongue; Lower Yellowstone; Lower Yellowstone; Lower Yellowstone-Sunday; Madison; Marias; Marias; Middle Clark Fork; Middle Milk; Missouri-Poplar; Musselshell; Pend Oreille; Prairie Elk-Wolf; Red Rock; Ruby; Shields; Smith; Stillwater; Sun; Teton; Upper Clark Fork; Upper Missouri; Upper Missouri; Upper Missouri-Dearborn; Upper Musselshell; Upper Tongue; Upper Yellowstone; Upper Yellowstone; Upper Yellowstone-Lake Basin; Upper Yellowstone-Pompeys Pillar; Yellowstone Headwaters
Nebraska1903200821Calamus; Dismal; Hat; Horse; Lewis and Clark Lake; Lower Lodgepole; Lower Niobrara; Lower North Platte; Middle Niobrara; Middle North Platte-Scotts Bluff; Middle Platte-Buffalo; Middle Republican; Missouri Region; Niobrara Headwaters; Snake; South Loup; Upper Elkhorn; Upper Lodgepole; Upper Middle Loup; Upper Niobrara; Upper White
Nevada1906200530Black Rock Desert; Carson; Central Lahontan; Central Nevada Desert Basins; Diamond-Monitor Valleys; Fish Lake-Soda Spring Valleys; Gabbs Valley; Hamlin-Snake Valleys; Havasu-Mohave Lakes; Imperial Reservoir; Lake Mead; Lake Tahoe; Long-Ruby Valleys; Lower Humboldt; Meadow Valley Wash; Middle Carson; Northern Big Smoky Valley; Pacific Northwest; Pilot-Thousand Springs; Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakes; Reese; Smoke Creek Desert; Spring-Steptoe Valleys; Thousand-Virgin; Truckee; Upper Carson; Upper Quinn; Walker Lake; West Walker; White
New Hampshire1885200117Black-Ottauquechee; Contoocook; Lower Androscoggin; Merrimack River; Middle Connecticut; Miller; Nashua; New England; Pemigewasset; Piscataqua-Salmon Falls; Saco; Upper Androscoggin; Upper Connecticut; Upper Connecticut-Mascoma; Waits; West; Winnipesaukee River
New Jersey1905200812Crosswicks-Neshaminy; Great Egg Harbor; Hackensack-Passaic; Lower Delaware; Lower Hudson; Mid-Atlantic Region; Middle Delaware-Mongaup-Brodhead; Middle Delaware-Musconetcong; Mullica-Toms; Raritan; Rondout; Sandy Hook-Staten Island
New Mexico1800200017Conejos; Jemez; Middle San Juan; Mimbres; Pecos Headwaters; Rio Chama; Rio Grande-Albuquerque; Rio Hondo; San Francisco; Tularosa Valley; Upper Canadian; Upper Gila; Upper Gila-Mangas; Upper Pecos; Upper Rio Grande; Upper San Juan; Upper San Juan
New York1883201058Ausable River; Black; Bronx; Buffalo-Eighteenmile; Cattaraugus; Chateaugay-English; Chaumont-Perch; Chautauqua-Conneaut; Chemung; Chenango; Conewango; East Branch Delaware; French; Grass; Hackensack-Passaic; Headwaters St. Lawrence River; Housatonic; Hudson-Hoosic; Hudson-Wappinger; Indian; Irondequoit-Ninemile; Lake Champlain; Lake Erie; Lake Ontario; Long Island Sound; Lower Genesee; Lower Hudson; Mettawee River; Middle Delaware-Mongaup-Brodhead; Middle Hudson; Mohawk; Niagara; Northern Long Island; Oak Orchard-Twelvemile; Oneida; Oswegatchie; Oswego; Owego-Wappasening; Raisin River-St. Lawrence River; Raquette; Rondout; Sacandaga; Salmon; Salmon-Sandy; Sandy Hook-Staten Island; Saranac River; Saugatuck; Schoharie; Seneca; Southern Long Island; St. Regis; Tioga; Upper Allegheny; Upper Delaware; Upper Genesee; Upper Hudson; Upper Susquehanna; Upper Susquehanna
North Carolina1961201620French Broad-Holston; Hiwassee; Lower Little Tennessee; Nolichucky; Pigeon; Roanoke; Seneca; South Fork Catawba; Tuckasegee; Tugaloo; Upper Broad; Upper Catawba; Upper Dan; Upper French Broad; Upper Little Tennessee; Upper New; Upper Pee Dee; Upper Tennessee; Upper Yadkin; Watauga
North Dakota198419972Painted Woods-Square Butte; Red
Ohio1925201010Ashtabula-Chagrin; Hocking; Lake Erie; Little Miami; Lower Great Miami; Mohican; Sandusky; Upper Great Miami; Upper Scioto; Walhonding
Oklahoma195019975Arkansas-White-Red Region; Illinois; Lower Canadian-Walnut; Lower Cimarron-Skeleton; Mountain Fork
Oregon1935200915Clackamas; Deschutes; Klamath; Little Deschutes; Lower Willamette; Middle Willamette; North Umpqua; Pacific Northwest; Pacific Northwest Region; Sprague; Upper Deschutes; Upper John Day; Upper Malheur; Upper Rogue; Williamson
Pennsylvania1886200753Allegheny; Bald Eagle; Beaver; Brandywine-Christina; Cacapon-Town; Chautauqua-Conneaut; Cheat; Chemung; Chester-Sassafras; Clarion; Conemaugh; Conewango; Connoquenessing; Conococheague-Opequon; Crosswicks-Neshaminy; French; Kiskiminetas; Lackawaxen; Lake Erie; Lehigh; Lower Allegheny; Lower Delaware; Lower Juniata; Lower Monongahela; Lower Susquehanna; Lower Susquehanna-Penns; Lower Susquehanna-Swatara; Lower West Branch Susquehanna; Mahoning; Middle Allegheny-Redbank; Middle Allegheny-Tionesta; Middle Delaware-Mongaup-Brodhead; Middle Delaware-Musconetcong; Middle West Branch Susquehanna; Monocacy; North Branch Potomac; Pine; Raystown; Schuylkill; Shenango; Sinnemahoning; Tioga; Upper Allegheny; Upper Delaware; Upper Genesee; Upper Juniata; Upper Ohio; Upper Ohio-Wheeling; Upper Susquehanna; Upper Susquehanna-Lackawanna; Upper Susquehanna-Tunkhannock; Upper West Branch Susquehanna; Youghiogheny
Puerto Rico193419341Eastern Puerto Rico
Rhode Island198019921New England Region
South Carolina197120098Cooper; Saluda; Santee; Santee; Seneca; Tugaloo; Upper Broad; Upper Savannah
South Dakota1930200214Cheyenne; Fort Randall Reservoir; Lewis and Clark Lake; Little White; Lower Belle Fourche; Lower Lake Oahe; Middle Cheyenne-Elk; Middle Cheyenne-Spring; Missouri Region; Rapid; Redwater; South Fork Grand; Upper Lake Oahe; Upper Moreau
Tennessee1939200921Caney; Conasauga; French Broad-Holston; Hiwassee; Holston; Lower Clinch; Lower Cumberland-Old Hickory Lake; Lower Little Tennessee; Nolichucky; Obey; Ocoee; South Fork Cumberland; South Fork Holston; Upper Clinch; Upper Cumberland-Cordell Hull Reservoir; Upper Cumberland-Lake Cumberland; Upper Elk; Upper French Broad; Upper Tennessee; Watauga; Watts Bar Lake
Texas197519983Middle Canadian-Spring; Middle Guadalupe; Tule
Utah1880200629Beaver Bottoms-Upper Beaver; Colorado Headwaters-Plateau; Duchesne; East Fork Sevier; Escalante; Fremont; Jordan; Little Bear-Logan; Lower Bear-Malad; Lower Green; Lower Green-Diamond; Lower Lake Powell; Lower Sevier; Lower Weber; Lower White; Middle Sevier; Price; Provo; San Rafael; Spanish Fork; Strawberry; Upper Colorado-Dirty Devil; Upper Colorado-Kane Springs; Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoir; Upper Lake Powell; Upper Sevier; Upper Virgin; Upper Weber; Utah Lake
Vermont1975200817Black-Ottauquechee; Deerfield; Hudson-Hoosic; Lake Champlain; Lamoille River; Mettawee River; Missiquoi River; Otter Creek; Passumpsic; Richelieu; St. Francois River; Upper Connecticut; Upper Connecticut-Mascoma; Waits; West; White; Winooski River
Virginia1893200726Conococheague-Opequon; James; Kanawha; Lower Potomac; Maury; Middle James-Buffalo; Middle New; Middle Potomac-Catoctin; Middle Roanoke; North Fork Holston; North Fork Shenandoah; Potomac; Powell; Rapidan-Upper Rappahannock; Rivanna; Roanoke; South Branch Potomac; South Fork Holston; South Fork Shenandoah; Upper Clinch; Upper Dan; Upper James; Upper Levisa; Upper New; Upper Roanoke; Upper Yadkin
Washington1935201826Banks Lake; Chief Joseph; Colville; Deschutes; Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake; Hangman; Kettle; Lake Washington; Lewis; Lower Columbia-Clatskanie; Lower Crab; Lower Snake-Tucannon; Lower Spokane; Middle Columbia-Hood; Naches; Nisqually; Pacific Northwest Region; Pend Oreille; Puget Sound; Rock; Strait of Georgia; Upper Crab; Upper Skagit; Upper Spokane; Walla Walla; Yakima
West Virginia1980201017Big Sandy; Cheat; Elk; Gauley; Greenbrier; Guyandotte; Little Kanawha; Little Muskingum-Middle Island; Lower New; Middle New; Monongahela; North Branch Potomac; Potomac; South Branch Potomac; Tygart Valley; Upper James; Upper Kanawha
Wisconsin1900201451Apple-Plum; Bad-Montreal; Baraboo; Beartrap-Nemadji; Black; Black-Presque Isle; Brule; Buffalo-Whitewater; Castle Rock; Coon-Yellow; Door-Kewaunee; Duck-Pensaukee; Eau Claire; Flambeau; Grant-Little Maquoketa; Jump; Kickapoo; La Crosse-Pine; Lake Dubay; Lake Michigan; Lake Superior; Lake Winnebago; Lower Chippewa; Lower Fox; Lower St. Croix; Lower Wisconsin; Manitowoc-Sheboygan; Menominee; Middle Rock; Milwaukee; Namekagon; Oconto; Ontonagon; Pecatonica; Peshtigo; Pike-Root; Red Cedar; Rush-Vermillion; South Fork Flambeau; St. Croix; St. Louis; Sugar; Trempealeau; Upper Chippewa; Upper Fox; Upper Fox; Upper Rock; Upper St. Croix; Upper Wisconsin; Wisconsin; Wolf
Wyoming1880201356Beaver; Big Horn; Big Horn Lake; Big Sandy; Bitter; Blacks Fork; Cache La Poudre; Central Bear; Clarks Fork Yellowstone; Clear; Crazy Woman; Crow; Glendo Reservoir; Great Divide Closed Basin; Greybull; Greys-Hobock; Gros Ventre; Horse; Little Bighorn; Little Wind; Lower Henrys; Lower Laramie; Lower Wind; Madison; Medicine Bow; Middle Fork Powder; Middle North Platte-Casper; Middle North Platte-Scotts Bluff; Missouri Headwaters; Muddy; New Fork; North Fork Shoshone; North Platte; Nowood; Pathfinder-Seminoe Reservoirs; Popo Agie; Redwater; Salt; Shoshone; Snake Headwaters; South Fork Shoshone; Sweetwater; Upper Bear; Upper Belle Fourche; Upper Bighorn; Upper Green; Upper Green; Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoir; Upper Green-Slate; Upper Laramie; Upper North Platte; Upper Powder; Upper Tongue; Upper Wind; Upper Yellowstone; Yellowstone Headwaters

Table last updated 9/20/2018

† Populations may not be currently present.

* HUCs are not listed for states where the observation(s) cannot be approximated to a HUC (e.g. state centroids or Canadian provinces).


Means of Introduction: The Brown Trout was first imported to the United States in 1883 from Germany and stocked in the Pere Marquette River, Michigan, by the U.S. Fish Commission (Mather 1889; Courtenay et al. 1984). Since then, the species has been stocked in virtually every state. MacCrimmon et al. (1970) gave dates of first stocking in each state. In most regions the species was first stocked in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Texas and Alabama introductions took place after 1970; MacCrimmon et al. (1970) listed no introductions for those states. 

Status: Natural reproduction is low or nonexistent in most states, as such, many states maintain Brown Trout populations by periodic stocking. Rinne (1995) listed this species as established in Arizona, but the species may not be reproducing in open waters; Rinne apparently used the term 'established' for species that maintain long-term populations through continual or periodic stockings. Courtenay et al. (1984) indicated that introductions failed to establish populations in Florida, Kansas, Ohio, and Oklahoma.

Impact of Introduction: Brown Trout have been implicated in reducing native fish populations (especially other salmonids) through predation, displacement, and food competition (Taylor et al. 1984). Many studies have been conducted looking at the effects of Brown Trout on Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis including Nyman (1970), Fausch and White (1981), Waters (1983), Fausch and White (1986), and DeWald and Wilzbach (1992), to name a few. Taylor et al. (1984) list a number of papers citing the effects of Brown Trout on native fishes. Fausch and White (1981) stated adult Brown Trout displaced adult native Brook Trout from the best habitats in a Michigan stream, and in the northeast in general. Brook Trout are also more susceptible to angling and predation. Conversely, juvenile Brook Trout are dominant over juvenile Brown Trout of the same size in an artificial stream (Fausch and White 1986). The competitive advantage of the two species may change with size, age, temperature, stream size, or environmental adaptations of different populations (Fausch and White 1986). Wagner et al. (2013) used two-species occupancy models to examine the distribution of Brown and Brook Trout in Pennsylvania streams, and found that predicted occurrence of Brook Trout was lower in the presence of Brown Trout across a wide range of landscape habitat characteristics. McKenna et al. (2013) used modeling, ordination, and simulations and found that stocking intensity of Brown Trout into Brook Trout habitat was a major factor in Brook Trout abundance, moreso than habitat differences or interspecific interactions. Houde et al. (2015) found that juvenile Brown Trout reduced the survival and growth of juvenile Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) from three populations in artificial stream trials.

Although it rarely occurs, the Brown Trout is one of the few foreign species able to hybridize with natives (e.g., S. fontinalis) (Brown 1966; Taylor et al. 1984). In California, competition and predation from Brown Trout may have contributed to the decline of the Dolly Varden S. malma in the McCloud River (Moyle 1976), and of the Golden Trout Oncorhynchus aguabonita in the Kern River (Krueger and May 1991; Courtenay and Williams 1992). Brown Trout may have also depleted the Modoc Sucker Catostomus microps, an endangered species, in Rush Creek, Modoc County (Moyle and Marciochi 1975). Brown Trout have commonly replaced Cutthroat Trout O. clarkii in large rivers (Behnke 1992). McAffee (1966) specifically lists Lahontan cutthroats O. c. henshawi as being replaced by Brown Trout. Introduced Brown Trout, and other trout species, were likely responsible for the near-extinction of Lahontan cutthroat in Lake Tahoe in the 1940s (McAffee 1966). Because of their predatory nature, Brown Trout were introduced into Flaming Gorge Reservoir to reduce populations of the Utah Chub Gila atraria (Teuscher and Luecke 1996).  Competition with and predation by nonnative species (i.e., Catostomus sp., Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus, Redside Shiner Richardsonius balteatus, Burbot Lota lota, Brown Trout Salmo trutta, and Lake Trout Salvelinus namaycush) limit populations of the rare Bluehead Sucker Catostomus discobolus (Wyoming Game and Fish Department 2010). Brown Trout occupy similar habitat types as, and predate upon, Roundtail Chub Gila robusta (a species of conservation concern) in Wyoming lakes (Laske et al. 2012). Nonnative predators, including Brown Trout, have been shown to reduce the abundance and diversity of native prey species in several Pacific Northwest rivers (Hughes and Herlihy 2012).

Remarks: The state of California has attempted to eradicate Brown Trout in some areas in order to preserve native Golden Trout O. aguabonita (Taylor et al. 1984; Moyle, personal communication). Tyus et al. (1982) mapped the distribution of the Brown Trout in the upper Colorado basin. MacCrimmon and Marshall (1968) and MacCrimmon et al. (1970) summarized information on worldwide distribution and introductions. 

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