Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) in saltwater: a response to Blair et al. (2016).


Kurt C Heim, Matthew S Whitman, Lawrence L Moulton


Conservation Physiology


Although not well known, Arctic grayling can move through saline waters and are captured regularly in nearshore coastal waters in Arctic Canada and Alaska with salinities up to 18 ppt. We highlight the implications this has for Blair et al. (2016), a paper recently published in Conservation Physiology.



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