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The fish caught the most this year was a small native fish, the carp gudgeonwhich is not to be confused with European carp, an introduced species that is harmful to native fish as they compete for food and habitat," Mr Binning said.
For example, we still haven't seen many changes in European carp numbers.
Common carp or European carp, Cyprinus carpio is a widespread freshwater fish related to the common gold fish (Carassius auratus), with which it is capable of interbreeding.
Failure to stop the spread of dangerous weeds and pests, such as the cane toad, European carp, foxes, and the serious water weeds salvinia and cabomba--and the import and trade of hundreds of invasive species--is costing the nation $4.
APS secretary Dave Moore stated that he wants as many European carp anglers as possible to attend as they intend to make this yearly competition a global event for carp fans worldwide.
Eight years ago, Australian wildlife officials were alarmed to discover environmentally destructive European carp --which are already dominant in mainland Australia's waterways--swimming among the rare native fish in Tasmania's Lake Crescent.
FOUR YEARS AGO A GROUP of local anglers from the Beaudesert Region in Queensland, 60 kilometres south of Brisbane, realised that the growing numbers of European Carp in the Logan and Albert rivers were threatening the survival of the native fish species.
The researchers have found that European carp blimp out over a period of several weeks in the presence of pike so they won't fit into the predators' mouths.
Pond-based production of Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) and European Carp is rapidly expanding in the rural areas of Papua New Guinea to the point that there are approximately 50,000 farms.
Abstract: European carp are widespread in the Murray-Darling Basin and occur in all states and the ACT.
At the same time local authorities were busy stocking billabongs with European carp.
Similarly, no substantial differences exist between the karyotypes of European carps and some Chinese subspecies (Zhan & Song 1980; Rab 1995).

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