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Animals of Slovenia-Threatened types of fresh water fish (Soška postrv)

Animals of Slovenia-Threatened types of fresh water fish (Soška postrv)

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Datum izida:3/26/1997 11:00:00 PM
Oblikovanje:Matjaž Učakar
Motiv:Soška postrv Salmo marmoratus
Tisk:DELO - TISKARNA d. d., Ljubljana
Izvedba:4-colour offset
Papir:Chancellor litho stamp PVA GMD 102g, gummed
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Animals of Slovenia-Threatened types of fresh water fish (Soška postrv)

<b>SOCA TROUT, SALMO MARMORATUS (CUVIER, 1817)</b><p>The Soca trout is one of the most threatened fresh water fish in Slovenia. It belongs to the trout family and is very interesting for angling.<p>It lives in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. In Slovenia it lives in the river Soca's tributary streams and in Rizana. It grows to an average of 50 to 70 cm, but can reach a 140 cm. It can weigh up to 24 kg. This trout can be distinguished from other trout living in Slovenia by the olive green or olive brown marbled pattern on its body.<p>It is a predator, feeding on other fish. It spawns in the winter in gravel areas where there is fast flowing water.<br>