Data from: Sex-specific life history affected by stocking in juvenile brown trout

Hugo Palejowski, Jonas Bylemans, Victor Ammann, Lucas Marques Da Cunha, David Nusbaumer, Isabelle Castro, Anshu Uppal, Kenyon B. Mobley, Susanne Knörr & Claus Wedekind
Salmonids are a socioeconomically and ecologically important group of fish that are often managed by stocking. Little is known about potential sex-specific effects of stocking, but recent studies found that the sexes differ in their stress tolerances already at late embryonic stage, i.e., before hatchery-born larvae are released into the wild and long before morphological gonad formation. It has also been speculated that sex-specific life histories can affect juvenile growth and mortality, and that a...
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