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Growth, Mortality and Movements of a Sanctuary Population of Maskinonge (Esox masquinongy Mitchill)
A Schumacher population estimate based on 995 maskinonge taken by trap nets, between the months of May and October in the years 1951–1953, set the number of maskinonge in Nogies Creek at between 769Expand
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Surface pits in the family esocidae. II. Epidermal dermal interaction and evidence for aplasia of the lateral line sensory system
Esox americanus and Esox niger (esocidae) possess two types of surface pits, sensory and nonsensory. The pits are morphologically very similar and both are associated with modified (cardioid) scales.Expand
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Hybridization in the Family Esocidae
Of 11 possible hybrids of species in the family Esocidae, six were known from nature and they are reviewed. The occurrence of a seventh, Esox lucius × Esox americanus americanus, is recorded. Of 22Expand
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VARIATION IN NUMBER AND ASYMMETRY IN BRANCHIOSTEGAL RAYS IN THE FAMILY ESOCIDAE
In teleost fishes which have high numbers of meristic parts there is great variability. Within the family Esocidae this variability is apparent in the branchiostegal rays. Within populations thereExpand
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Yearling Liberations and Change of Food as Effecting Rainbow Trout Yield in Paul Lake, British Columbia
Abstract Some effects of the introduction of redside shiner, Richardsonius balteatus (Richardson), on the rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson, in Paul Lake from 1952 to 1957 are consideredExpand
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A Predator–Prey Interaction in Freshwater Fish
The predator–prey interaction of rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson, and the redside shiner, Richardsonius balteatus (Richardson), in Paul Lake, British Columbia, depends on such factors asExpand
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