Diego Larrea

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While the cascading effect of piscivorous fish on the pelagic food-web has been well studied in north temperate lakes, little is known about the role of native piscivores in warm lakes. Here, the fish communities are typically characterized by high abundances of small, omnivorous fish exerting a high predation pressure on the zooplankton. We conducted a(More)
Submerged plants are thought to negatively affect phytoplankton crops in the temperate zone by a number of mechanisms, including nutrient and light limitation, and enhancement of top-down control by offering diurnal refuge for zooplankton against visual predation, and by favouring piscivores. In 1997–1998, Lake Blanca (34° 54′ S, 54° 50′ W), a(More)
  • Néstor Mazzeo, Lorena Rodrı́guez-Gallego, +7 authors Felipe Garcı́a-Rodrı́guez
  • 2003
Submerged plants are thought to negatively affect phytoplankton crops in the temperate zone by a number of mechanisms, including nutrient and light limitation, and enhancement of top-down control by offering diurnal refuge for zooplankton against visual predation, and by favouring piscivores. In 1997–1998, Lake Blanca (34◦54′ S, 54◦50′ W), a yellow-brownish(More)
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