The paper demonstrated that glass eel imported from an English estuary and directly restocked in inland small Belgian streams grew, survived, dispersed upstream and downstream and used well defined preferred microhabitats. The results suggest that such restocking practice may be an interesting unconventional option in countries or regions farther from the sea.
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