Chronology of Appearance and Habitat Partitioning by Stream Larval Fishes

@inproceedings{Floyd1984ChronologyOA,
  title={Chronology of Appearance and Habitat Partitioning by Stream Larval Fishes},
  author={Keith B. Floyd and Robert E. Hoyt and Shirley K. Timbrook},
  year={1984}
}
Larval fish were studied on the Middle Fork of Drake's Creek from 18 March 1982 to 9 September 1982. A total of 6,057 individuals representing 28 species and six unidentified cyprinids collected. Micropterus sp. was the dominant species representing 33% of the total. Most of the remaining taxa were,generally,equally represented. Juvenile banded sculpins were the first larvae observed -followed by darters, suckers, minnows, and sunfishes. The percid species, logperch, greenside darter, and… CONTINUE READING

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