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adult brown trout

Sea trout (also called sewin or peel) and brown trout are the same species (​Salmo trutta) but sea trout adults go to sea to feed and return to freshwater to spawn.

Brown trout (including sea trout) belong to a single, polytypic, species. In trout the teeth are a strong double row; in adult salmon in freshwater, they are small.

The brown trout (Salmo trutta) is a European species of salmonid fish that has been widely . Over time, this leads to reduction of the population of adult fish in the areas affected by the algae, forming a circle of decline. Rock snot is believed to.