2 edition of Ecology and decline of a rare western minnow found in the catalog.
Ecology and decline of a rare western minnow
Todd N. Pearsons
Written in English
|Statement||by Todd N. Pearsons.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Although her short life so far has been ravaged by incredible sadness, she lives with a fairytale type, whimsical outlook. The Minnow is a story of grief, /5. Negative human influences have led to a drastic decline in numbers of this medium-sized minnow, especially agricultural demand on the water resource and the introduction of exotic predatory fish.
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There are many potential causes of decline of this species including the invasive western mosquitofish that will replace native species on a population level, wadding piscivorous birds preying on adults, and the overall restricted Family: Fundulidae.
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