Stephen Push

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1. Electric organ discharge (EOD) volleys emitted by the electric catfish, Malapterurus electricus, were recorded and sampled for 108 consecutive hours from the fish's natural habitat, a selected study area in the Swashi River, a tributary of the man-made Lake Kainji in Nigeria. 2. M. electricus intermittently generates different types of EOD volleys that(More)
1. A survey of abundance, distribution, and electric organ discharge (EOD) activity of mormyrid fish as well as associated aquatic conditions was conducted in a selected study area, 8 km upstream in the Swashi River, a tributary of Lake Kainji, Nigeria (Fig. 1). 2. Mormyrid locomotor activity and EOD repetition rate exhibited a daily activity rhythm (Fig.(More)
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