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Invasive alien freshwater fishes in the Wilderness Lakes system, a wetland of international importance in the Western Cape Province, South Africa.
(African Zoology, 2011)
The Wilderness Lakes System incorporates a RAMSAR listed wetland. Previous ichthyological surveys reported three invasive freshwater fishes; Oreochromis mossambicus (Mozambique tilapia), Gambusia affinis (mosquitofish) and ...
Analysis of active rotenone concentration during treatment of the Rondegat River, Cape Floristic Region, South Africa: evaluation of the Minimum Effective Dose (MED).
(NISC/ Taylor and Francis, 2014)
Most endemic freshwater fish species of the Cape Floristic Region are listed as threatened, due mainly to the impacts of invasive alien fish species. The piscicide rotenone has been identified as a potential tool to aid ...
Preliminary evaluation of non-native rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) impact on the Cederberg ghost frog (Heleophryne depressa) in South Africa’s Cape Fold Ecoregion
(NISC (Pty) Ltd, 2018)
We evaluated the impact of non-native rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss on a population of endemic Cedarberg ghost frog Heleophryne depressa in the upper Krom River (Olifants-Doring River Catchment, Cape Fold Ecoregion). ...
Sleeping with the enemy: introgressive hybridization in two invasive centrarchids
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2018)
Introgressive hybridization between Micropterus dolomieu and Micropterus salmoides was assessed in their invaded South African range using nine microsatellite markers and two mtDNA gene regions. Although M. dolomieu and ...