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Freshwater fish

The breeding of fresh water fish is a twofold industry in Iceland. On one hand there is the hunting of wild fish populations in their natural habitats and, on the other hand, the breeding of fresh water populations in controlled environments (aquaculture). There are five native fish species in Icelandic fresh waters. These are:

Of these species salmon has the highest economic value. All of the above populations have to, or can, travel between fresh water and the sea at some point during their lifecycle. Studies on eel in Iceland show that besides the Europen eel (A. anguilla) a blending of European and American eel (A. rostrata) can be found in Iceland. Hybridization occurs between generations and these hybrids have not been found elsewere in the the world putting the Icelnadic eel in a unique position.

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