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Biotic and abiotic correlates with black bullhead population characteristics in Nebraska sandhill lakes

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Biotic and abiotic correlates with black bullhead population characteristics in Nebraska sandhill lakes; 2005; Article; Journal; Journal of Freshwater Ecology; Phelps, Q. E.; Ward, M. J.; Paukert, C. P.; Chipps, S. R.; Willis, D. W.

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We explored relationships among black bullhead (Ameiurus melas) population characteristics and physicochemical attributes in shallow lakes and quantified relationships between population characteristics of black bullhead and sport fishes. Lake characteristics and fisheries survey data were collected from the Sandhills region of northcentral Nebraska from May through June, 1998 and 1999. Relative abundance of black bullheads was inversely related to proportional stock density (r=-0.672, df=15, P=0.004); however, neither relative weight nor growth was significantly (P ??? 0.20) related to black bullhead relative abundance. Population characteristics of common panfish species such as bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), green sunfish (L. cyanellus), [...]

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