Two monitoring programmes in estuarine and freshwater systems in the Netherlands both show a recent increase in anadromous North Sea houting Coregonus oxyrhynchus after it disappeared there in the 1940s. Most houting were immature and caught during the feeding season indicating that at present the riverine and estuarine waters in the Netherlands mainly function as a feeding habitat.
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