Table S1. Physiological parameters used inbioenergetics model of Lake Rotoiti rainbow trout. Source: Randet  al. (1993).

Table S2. Mass (g)–length (mm) regressionparameters(log10 × log10 L) and masslost during spawning of rainbow trout caught swimming upstream anddownstream during peak spawning migrations, from Ngongotaha Stream,a tributary of Lake Rotorua, New Zealand, 1959–1962.

Table S3. Population parameters of cohorts ofhatchery-released rainbow trout, Lake Rotoiti, with parametersL, K and t0 fitted to the von Bertalanffy growth equation.

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