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Population Characteristics of Shovelnose Sturgeon in the Upper Wabash River, Indiana
Abstract Shovelnose sturgeon Scaphirhynchus platorynchus support a commercial fishery throughout much of the Mississippi and Missouri River drainages. There is concern that harvest closures forExpand
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Reproductive biology of female shovelnose sturgeon in the upper Wabash River, Indiana
Summary Shovelnose sturgeon Scaphirhynchus platorynchus are commercially important, supporting a viable roe fishery throughout much of the Mississippi River drainage. We examined the reproductiveExpand
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Agonistic behavioral interactions between introduced western mosquitofish and native topminnows
The stocking of western mosquitofish Gambusia affinis for mosquito control negatively impacts native fishes with similar ecological requirements. In this study, a series of laboratory microcosmExpand
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Current Status of Freshwater Mussels (Order Unionoida) in the Wabash River Drainage of Indiana
Seventy-five species of freshwater mussels (Order Unionoida) have historically inhabited the Wabash River drainage of Indiana. Nine of these species have always been restricted to Wabash RiverExpand
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Western Mosquitofish Predation on Native Amphibian Eggs and Larvae
ABSTRACT The western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) is commonly stocked for mosquito control, but this species has the potential to negatively impact native amphibians through predation on earlyExpand
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Evaluation of a remnant lake sturgeon population’s utility as a source for reintroductions in the Ohio River system
The selection of an appropriate source population may be crucial to the long-term success of reintroduction programs. Appropriate source populations often are those that originate from the sameExpand
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An assessment of the potential impacts of climate change on freshwater habitats and biota of Indiana, USA
Recent climate-driven, physico-chemical changes documented in aquatic systems throughout the world are expected to intensify in the future. Specifically, changes in key environmental attributes ofExpand
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