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    Author(s): Peter D. Hazelton; Gary D. Grossman
    Date: 2009
    Source: Freshwater Biology, Vol. 54: 1977-1989
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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    Habitat degradation and biological invasions are important threats to fish diversity worldwide. We experimentally examined the effects of turbidity, velocity and intra- and interspecific competition on prey capture location, reactive distance and prey capture success of native rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides) and invasive yellowfin shiners (Notropis lutipinnis) in Coweeta Creek, North Carolina, U.S.A.

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    Hazelton, Peter D.; Grossman, Gary D. 2009. The effects of turbidity and an invasive species on foraging success of rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Freshwater Biology, Vol. 54: 1977-1989


    Cyprinidae, habitat degradation, minnow, sediment, water quality

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