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Triops cancriformis (Bosc 1801), a branchiopodcrustacean, is restricted to a single known site in the BritishIsles. The reasons for its rarity and decline in Britain are notfully understood. A captive population has been established and aTriops Conservation Group formed to co-ordinate the...
Abrief description of the Australian freshwater ichthyofauna,together with a summary of the current situation relating tobaseline data, research and conservation, is presented.Influences that impair development of conservation strategies arediscussed and the importance of local community groups...
Recent DNA comparisons confirm that the endangeredLake Eacham rainbow fish (Melanotaenia eachamensis Allen andCross, 1982) is a separate species, distinct from othermelanotaeniids in the area. Although the large populationformerly in Lake Eacham has not been re-established, other smallnatural...
Experience withrearing of Umbra krameri under laboratory as well as seminaturalconditions, including a brief description of its spawningbehaviour, parental care and early development, is presented.Successful breeding of the species in captivity by means ofspontaneous spawning depends mostly on...
A low-temperature marineaquarium has been maintained at the British Antarctic Survey(BAS) headquarters in Cambridge for over 15 years. In 1988 acompletely new aquarium system was designed and construct ed toprovide a cold-water environment for holding a variety ofAntarctic fishes and...
Captive longevity of spotted anemone shrimp, Periclimenesyucatanicus (Ives, 1891), from the Turks and Caicos Islands andeastern Honduras ranged from 20 to 728 days. Median survival timewas 260 days. Survivorship declined steadily until only two of 22specimens remained alive after 440 days. A...
Female common gobies, Pomatoschistusmicrops, which were exposed to short photoperiod (8L/16D), showeddelayed ovarian regression, compared to females exposed to long(20L/4D), to decreasing or to natural photoperiod, all at18 °C.
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