Food Habits of Stunted and Non-Stunted White Perch ( Marone americana )

  title={Food Habits of Stunted and Non-Stunted White Perch ( Marone americana )},
  author={Nathan J. G. Gosch and Jeffrey and StittteD},
  • Nathan J. G. Gosch, Jeffrey, StittteD
  • Published 2017
We studied food habits ofwhitc perch (Morolle americana) from TWO populations with different stable states (stunted [Branched Oak Lake, N,;:hraska] and noostunted [Pawnee Lake, Nebraska]) to determine if change in 100cI habits of white perch is likely to occur in situations where a stunted while perch population is altered to a nonstunted state and vice versa. Three approaches were used to quantitatively describe seasonal (spring:::: March-May, summer:::: June-August, autumn = September… CONTINUE READING


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