Appendix I

Salmonids of the world

There are three genera and twenty three species of salmonids, world wide. Each genera and the species that comprise it are listed here, along with their geographic distribution prior to stocking programs.

Salmon

Pacific

Oncorhynchus tshauytscha

Oncorhynchus kisutch

Oncorhynchus nerka

Oncorhynchus keta

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha

Oncorhynchus masou

Atlantic

Salmo salar

Charr

Common Name

Chinook or King

Silver or Coho

Sockeye

Chum

Pink

Cherry

    

Atlantic salmon

Original Distribution

Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean

   

Atlantic Ocean

Salvelinas fontinalis

Salvelinas malma

Salvelinas namaycush

Salvelinas alpinus

Salvelinas confluentis

Salvelinas leucomaenis

Salvelinas kronicus

Salvelinus anaktuvukensis

Trout

Oncorhynchus mykiss

Oncorhynchus clarki

Oncorhynchus aguabonita

Oncorhynchus apache

Oncorhynchus gilae

Oncorhynchus chrysogaster

Oncorhynchus sp1

Oncorhynchus sp2

Salmo trutta

Salmo obtusirostris

Salmo marmoratus

Salmo letnica

Salmo ischchan

Brook trout

Dolly Varden

Lake trout

Arctic charr

Bull trout

Kundsha charr

Stone charr

Angayukaksurak charr

   

Rainbow trout

Cutthroat trout

Golden trout

Apache trout

Gila trout

Mexican trout

Yaqui trout

Rio Mayo trout

Brown trout

Soft mouth trout

Marble trout

 

Sevan trout

North America

North America

North America

Paleoarctic

North America

Asia

Asia

Asia

   

Pacific Ocean

North America

North America

United States

United States

Mexico

Mexico

Mexico

Europe, Asia

Turkey

Southern Balkans

Macedonia and Albania

Armenia