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Out of the pot and into the fire: Explaining the vulnerability of an endangered small headwater stream fish to black-bass Micropterus spp. invasion
(The Fisheries Society of the British Isles, 2018)
Introduced predatory fishes have had consistently severe consequences for native fishes in stream environments around the world, although the drivers of these effects are often unclear. In the Swartkops River headwaters ...
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 ...
An evaluation of the current extent and potential spread of Black Bass invasions in South Africa
Black Bass, a collective name for members of the centrarchid genus Micropterus, are native to North America, but have been introduced globally to enhance recreational angling. This study assessed the distribution of ...
Using species-diagnostic SNPs to detail the distribution and dynamics of hybridized black bass populations in southern Africa
The widespread introduction of Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides) and Florida Bass (M. floridanus) to establish sport fisheries represents a significant conservation concern given their role as apex predators and their ...