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Conservation status of imperiled north American freshwater and diadromous fishes
Abstract This is the third compilation of imperiled (i.e., endangered, threatened, vulnerable) plus extinct freshwater and diadromous fishes of North America prepared by the American FisheriesExpand
Molecular phylogeny of the snubnose darters, subgenus Ulocentra (genus Etheostoma, family Percidae).
Snubnose darters comprise one of the largest subgenera of the percid genus Etheostoma. Many species are described based on differences in male breeding coloration. Few morphological synapomorphiesExpand
Estimating Differential Reproductive Success From Nests of Related Individuals, With Application to a Study of the Mottled Sculpin, Cottus bairdi
Understanding how variation in reproductive success is related to demography is a critical component in understanding the life history of an organism. Parentage analysis using molecular markers canExpand
Egg mimicry and allopaternal care: two mate-attracting tactics by which nesting striped darter (Etheostoma virgatum) males enhance reproductive success
Abstract. In a variety of fish species with paternal care of offspring, females prefer to spawn in nests that already contain eggs. This female preference has been hypothesized to explain eggExpand
Genetic parentage assessment in the crayfish Orconectes placidus, a high‐fecundity invertebrate with extended maternal brood care
Microsatellite data have recently been introduced in the context of genetic maternity and paternity assignments in high‐fecundity fish species with single‐parent‐tended broods. Here we extend suchExpand
Cuckoldry rates in the Molly Miller (scartella cristata; blenniidae), a hole-nesting marine fish with alternative reproductive tactics
Microsatellite markers were developed and employed to assess genetic maternity and paternity of embryos in nest-tended clutches of the Molly Miller (Scartella cristata), a marine fish in whichExpand
Status, Biology, and Conservation Priorities for North America's Eastern Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) Population
TODD KATZNER,1,2,26 BRIAN W. SMITH,3 TRICIA A. MILLER,4,5 DAVID BRANDES,6 JEFF COOPER,7 MICHAEL LANZONE,5,8 DANIEL BRAUNING,9 CHRISTOPHER FARMER,10 SERGIO HARDING,11 DAVID E. KRAMAR,12 CRAIGExpand
Red shiner invasion and hybridization with blacktail shiner in the upper Coosa River, USA
Human disturbance increases the invasibility of lotic ecosystems and the likelihood of hybridization between invasive and native species. We investigated whether disturbance contributed to theExpand
Maximizing Offspring Production While Maintaining Genetic Diversity in Supplemental Breeding Programs of Highly Fecund Managed Species
Supplemental breeding is an intensive population management strategy wherein adults are cap- tured from nature and spawned in controlled settings, and the resulting offspring are later released intoExpand
Erratum to: Cuckoldry rates in the Molly Miller (Scartella cristata; Blenniidae), a hole-nesting marine fish with alternative reproductive tactics
Owing to technical problems, only the online pdf version of this article includes the author’s proof corrections. Please consult the online pdf article for the final version.
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