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Selective foraging on terrestrial invertebrates by rainbow trout in a forested headwater stream in northern Japan
The important contribution of terrestrial invertebrates to the energy budget of drift-foraging fishes has been well documented in many forested headwater streams. However, relatively little attentionExpand
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FLOOD DISTURBANCE REGIMES INFLUENCE RAINBOW TROUT INVASION SUCCESS AMONG FIVE HOLARCTIC REGIONS
There is growing awareness that predicting biological invasions will require the development of conceptual models for specific taxa at appropriate scales. Salmonids are ideal taxa for testing factorsExpand
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CONDITION‐SPECIFIC COMPETITION: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ALTITUDINAL DISTRIBUTION OF STREAM FISHES
The occupation of adjacent, nonoverlapping positions along environmental gradients by closely related and ecologically similar species has drawn considerable attention from many ecologists over theExpand
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Temperature mediation of competitive interactions among three fish species that replace each other along longitudinal stream gradients
Competitive ability changed across a range of 3-26°C among three fish species that show longitudinal replacement in Rocky Mountain streams: brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) at high elevations,Expand
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Managing aquatic species of conservation concern in the face of climate change and invasive species.
The difficult task of managing species of conservation concern is likely to become even more challenging due to the interaction of climate change and invasive species. In addition to direct effectsExpand
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TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATE INPUTS DETERMINE THE LOCAL ABUNDANCE OF STREAM FISHES IN A FORESTED STREAM
Transfer of energy from more productive donor habitats is frequently significant for the maintenance of consumers in the recipient habitats. Nevertheless, the connection between the distribution ofExpand
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Redd superimposition by introduced rainbow trout,oncorhynchus mykiss, on native charrs in a japanese stream
Spawning redd superimposition of introduced, spring-spawning rainbow trout,Oncorhynchus mykiss, on native, fall-spawning Dolly varden,Salvelinus malma, and white-spotted charr,S. leucomaenis, wereExpand
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Origin and dispersal of bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus, in Japan and Korea
The bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus, is a notorious exotic species in many freshwater ecosystems, currently expanding its distribution worldwide. In 1960, a small group of bluegills captured inExpand
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Size-structured Interactions between Native and Introduced Species: Can Intraguild Predation Facilitate Invasion by Stream Salmonids?
Dynamics of biological invasions may be complicated in size-structured animal populations. Differences in timing of life history events such as juvenile emergence create complex interaction websExpand
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