Gambusia


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Gambusia

small, 1 inch long, pale fish which eat mosquito larvae and are used in their control.
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Gambusia vittata is endemic to a small region in eastern Mexico.
The team has managed to save the Big Bend gambusia a number of times from various narrow escapes, including cold- water spells and predation by non-native fish.
An invasive fish species within its native range: community effects and population dynamics of Gambusia affinis in the central United States.
Abdelghany (2003) and Ahmad (2008) also found that 50% and 75% of the dietary FM protein could be replaced by gambusia (Gambusia affinis) fish meal protein in diets for fry of red tilapia (O.
If nutria foraging activities disrupt the maintenance of the beaver dam and pond by beaver, this could jeopardize the endangered Big Bend gambusia population (Rio Grande Fishes Recovery Team 1984, National Park Service Water Resources Division 1992).
subpictus larvae was very high (66 larvae per day), and it was higher than the rate associated with larvivorous fishes like Gambusia affinis (48 larvae per day) and Lebistes reticulatus (32 larvae per day) (Chatterjee & Chandra, 1997).
Experiment on Gambusia transportation from Tazik SSR into north-east Afghanistan and its application in the antimalaria campaign.
Histopathological changes in the gills of mosquitofish Gambusia affinis exposed to endosulfan.
Cyprinella venusta (41%), Pimephales vigilax (14%), Notropis amabilis (11%), Gambusia affinis (8%), and Notropis volucellus (5%) were the most abundant species.
Abnormal expression of secondary sex characters in a population of mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis holbrooki, evidence for environmentally-induced masculinization.