Definitions

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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the subfamily Salmoninaehuchen.

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Examples

  • There are 10 salmonid fish such as chum, pink and masu salmon Onchorhyncus keta, O. gorbuscha and O. masu, Dolly Varden char Salvelinus malma, white-spotted char Salvelinus leucomaenis, and Japanese hucho Hucho perryi.

    Shiretoko, Japan

  • The Tara and its tributaries, as well as the lakes, contain a large number of salmonidae including Salmo trutem fario, Hucho hucho (VU) and Thimalus thimalus.

    Durmitor National Park, Montenegro

  • Common fishes include: Naemacheilus barbatulus, Phoxinus phoxinus, Cottus poecilopus, Cottus sibiricus, Hucho taimen, and Brachymystax lenok.

    Sayan montane conifer forests

  • Hucho hucho taimen is a spotted fish that grows to great size (fish measuring more than 4 feet and 50 pounds are not uncommon).

    Bill Heavey Chases Mongolian Taimen (with Prairie Dogs as Bait)

  • European grayling, Thymallus thymallus taimen, Hucho taimen

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • Several extinct and extant genera are represented in North American fossils from the middle Miocene and early Pliocene epochs (5 to 2 million years ago), including Rhabdofario, Paleolox (or possibly Hucho), Salmo, Oncorhynchus, and the very unique saber-tooth salmon, described as a new genus, Smilodonichthys.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • European grayling, Thymallus thymallus taimen, Hucho taimen

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • European grayling, Thymallus thymallus taimen, Hucho taimen

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • Several extinct and extant genera are represented in North American fossils from the middle Miocene and early Pliocene epochs (5 to 2 million years ago), including Rhabdofario, Paleolox (or possibly Hucho), Salmo, Oncorhynchus, and the very unique saber-tooth salmon, described as a new genus, Smilodonichthys.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • Several extinct and extant genera are represented in North American fossils from the middle Miocene and early Pliocene epochs (5 to 2 million years ago), including Rhabdofario, Paleolox (or possibly Hucho), Salmo, Oncorhynchus, and the very unique saber-tooth salmon, described as a new genus, Smilodonichthys.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

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