Salmo ciscaucasicus is a salmonid fish in the genus Salmo. It was described by Evgenie Alekseevna Dorofeeva in 1967, originally as a subspecies of Salmo trutta. It is a subtropical salmon which is known from Eurasia. It is known to dwell at a maximum depth of 50 metres. Males can reach a maximum standard length of 130 centimetres.
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