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aktualisiert am: 22.11.2016

Borcherding, J., Staas, S., Krüger, S., Ondrackova, M., Slapanský, L. and Jurajda, P. (2011). „Gobiid invasion in the Lower Rhine River (Germany): recent range extensions and densities.“ J. Appl. Ichthyol. 27, 153-155.
 

Borcherding, J., Dolina, M., Heermann, L., Knutzen, P., Krüger, S., Matern, S., van Treeck, R., and Gertzen, S. (2012). „Feeding and niche differentiation in three invasive gobies in the Lower Rhine, Germany.” Limnologica, in press.  

 

 

Borcherding, J. & Geertzen,S. (2016): Die aktuelle Fischbestandsdynamik am Rhein unter besonderer Berücksichtigung invasiver Grundeln. Monitoring und adaptives Management für eine nachhaltige Fischerei und eine Verbesserung des ökologischen Potentials am Rhein. Hrg.: Fischereiverband Nordrhein-Westfalen e.V., Münster, 48 S.

 

Borcherding, J. & Geertzen,S. (2016): Invasive Grundeln im Rhein. - Eine Anlayse nach 6 Jahren intensiver Forschung. - Natur in NRW, Heft 2/ 2016, 39 - 43.

 

Borcherding, J., Staas, S., Krüger, S., Ondrackova, M., Slapanský, L. and Jurajda, P. (2011). „Gobiid invasion in the Lower Rhine River (Germany): recent range extensions and densities.“ J. Appl. Ichthyol. 27, 153-155.

 

Borcherding, J., Dolina, M., Heermann, L., Knutzen, P., Krüger, S., Matern, S., van Treeck, R., and Gertzen, S. (2012). „Feeding and niche differentiation in three invasive gobies in the Lower Rhine, Germany.” Limnologica, in press.  
 

Dubs, D.O.L., and Corkum, L.D. (1996). “Behavioral interactions between round gobies (Neogobius melanostomus) and mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdi).” Journal of Great Lakes Research, 22(4), 838-844.
 

Miller, P.J. (1984). “The tokology of gobioid fishes.” Pages 119-153 in G.W.Potts & R.J. Wottons editor. Fish reproduction: Strategies and Tactics. Academic Press, London.
 

Neilson, M. E., and Stepien, C.A. (2009). “Escape from the Ponto-Caspian: Evolution and biogeography of an endemic goby species flock (Benthophilinae: Gobiidae: Teleostei).” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 52(1), 84-102.
 

Van Beek, G.C.W. (2006). “The round goby Neogobius melanostomus first record in the Netherlands.” Aquat. Invas., 1(1), 42-43.


 

Borcherding, J. & Geertzen,S. (2016): Invasive Grundeln im Rhein. - Eine Anlayse nach 6 Jahren intensiver Forschung. - Natur in NRW, Heft 2/ 2016, 39 - 43.

 

Dubs, D.O.L., and Corkum, L.D. (1996). “Behavioral interactions between round gobies (Neogobius melanostomus) and mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdi).” Journal of Great Lakes Research, 22(4), 838-844.
 

Miller, P.J. (1984). “The tokology of gobioid fishes.” Pages 119-153 in G.W.Potts & R.J. Wottons editor. Fish reproduction: Strategies and Tactics. Academic Press, London.
 

Neilson, M. E., and Stepien, C.A. (2009). “Escape from the Ponto-Caspian: Evolution and biogeography of an endemic goby species flock (Benthophilinae: Gobiidae: Teleostei).” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 52(1), 84-102.
 

Van Beek, G.C.W. (2006). “The round goby Neogobius melanostomus first record in the Netherlands.” Aquat. Invas., 1(1), 42-43.

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