a fish of the fish family Salmonides; for example salmon, trout and chars.
Any member of the family of fish Salmonidae, which includes salmon and trout.
A fish of the Salmonidae family, which includes soft-finned fish such as salmon, trout and whitefish.
A fish of the Salmonidae family (salmon, trout, char, whitefish and related species). Often used in a narrow sense to refer to Pacific salmon and trout.
Any member of the taxonomic family Salmonidae, which includes all species of salmon, trout, char, whitefish, and grayling.
_ A fish or species of the salmon and trout family.
Fish species belonging to the Salmonidae family, which includes salmon, trout, char, and whitefish.
a species of the family salmonidae, which includes salmons, trout, chars, and white fishes.
soft-finned fishes of cold and temperate waters
a soft-finned, elongated fish that has an upturned final vertebrae
Any species of fish from the family Salmonidae. Salmon, trout and char are examples of salmonids from the Pacific Northwest.
any fish belonging to the family Salmonidae which includes all trout, char, salmon, and whitefish.
Fish of the family Salmonidae, including salmon and steelhead.
Usually refers specifically to Pacific salmon and trout but also includes other fish in the Salmonidae family such as char, whitefish and related species.
A member of the family Salmonidae, which includes salmon, trout and whitefish.
a migratory fish of the family Salmonidae, especially Salmon and Trout.
Any species of trout, char, salmon, grayling, cisco, or whitefish. All salmonid fish have an adipose fin (small, fleshy fin on the back near the tail).
belonging to, or characteristic of the family (genus) salmonidae, which includes salmon, trout, and whitefish.
(or Salmonidae) a family of soft-rayed fishes including the trouts, salmons, whitefishes and graylings
A family of fishes, including salmon and trout.
General term used to describe trout and salmon.
Any species of fish from the famil...