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Next‐generation monitoring of aquatic biodiversity using environmental DNA metabarcoding
Global biodiversity in freshwater and the oceans is declining at high rates. Reliable tools for assessing and monitoring aquatic biodiversity, especially for rare and secretive species, are importantExpand
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Pan‐continental invasion of Pseudorasbora parva: towards a better understanding of freshwater fish invasions
In recent years, policy-makers have sought the development of appropriate tools to prevent and manage introductions of invasive species. However, these tools are not well suited for introductions ofExpand
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Time trends in fish populations in metropolitan France: insights from national monitoring data.
Using the electrofishing database of the French National Agency for Water and Aquatic Environment (Onema), the time trends of 48 freshwater fish taxa at 590 sites monitored for at least 8 years fromExpand
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Colonisation of the Rhine basin by non-native gobiids: an update of the situation in France
Three of the four species of non-native gobiids currently reported in the Rhine basin were recently recorded in France: the Western tubenose goby in 2007, the bighead goby in 2010 and the round gobyExpand
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Le sandre (Sander lucioperca (L. )) : biologie, comportement et dynamique des populations en Camargue (Bouches du Rhône, France)
Le sandre est un percide largement repandu en Europe. Le fonctionnement de ses populations meridionales est cependant mal connu. L'objectif de ce travail est d'apporter des connaissances nouvellesExpand
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Genetic and morphometric variations in the pikeperch (Sander lucioperca L.) of a fragmented delta
Agricultural development modified the connectivity of the Rho ne River delta waterbodies (also called the Camargue) which is now isolated from the Rho ne River by dikes. Furthermore, the hydrographicExpand
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Impact of weirs on fish communities in a piedmont stream.
The impact of large dams on fish communities is much better documented than that of weirs. This paper investigates the influence of weirs on fish community patterns along a piedmont river (the RiverExpand
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First record of the western tubenose goby Proterorhinus semilunaris (Heckel, 1837) in France
Western tubenose gobies were captured for the first time in France in the Rhine River in September 2007. This species, originating from the Ponto-Caspian basin and considered as invasive in manyExpand
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The effects of the ectoparasite Tracheliastes polycolpus (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) on the fins of rostrum dace (Leuciscus leuciscus burdigalensis)
Rostrum dace (Leuciscus leuciscus burdigalensis) from the River Viaur were found to be infested with the ectoparasite Tracheliastes polycolpus (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae). Samples from five studyExpand
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Ecological emergence of thermal clines in body size.
The unprecedented rate of global warming requires a better understanding of how ecosystems will respond. Organisms often have smaller body sizes under warmer climates (Bergmann's rule and theExpand
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