Implications of Beaver Castor canadensis and Trout Introductions on Native Fish in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile

@article{Moorman2009ImplicationsOB,
  title={Implications of Beaver Castor canadensis and Trout Introductions on Native Fish in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile},
  author={Michelle C. Moorman and D. Eggleston and C. Anderson and A. Mansilla and P. Szejner},
  journal={Transactions of The American Fisheries Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={138},
  pages={306-313}
}
Abstract Invasive species threaten global biodiversity, but multiple invasions make predicting the impacts difficult because of potential synergistic effects. We examined the impact of introduced beaver Castor canadensis, brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis, and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss on native stream fishes in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile. The combined effects of introduced species on the structure of the native freshwater fish community were quantified by electrofishing 28… Expand

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