Open Access
Issue
Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst.
Number 397, 2010
Article Number 02
Number of page(s) 12
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/kmae/2010018
Published online 04 August 2010
  • Adámek Z. and Obrdlík P., 1977. Food of important cyprinid species in the warmed barb zone of the Oslava River. Fol. Zool., 26, 171–182. [Google Scholar]
  • Adámek Z, Jirásek J., Pravda D., Sukop I., Heteša J., Provázek R. and Škrabánek A., 1985. Food biology and biological value of roach (Rutilus rutilus) in the Mušov reservoir. Živ. výr., 30, 901–910 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Adámek Z., Jurajda P., Musil J., Janáč M., Kabilka P., Polačik M., Ťuk J., Valová Z. and Zeman J., 2006. Perch (Perca fluviatilis) diet during the flooding period of the Chabařovice coal mining pit (North-West Bohemia, Czech Republic). In: The 5th International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality, Brno, 67–68. [Google Scholar]
  • Adámek Z., Andreji J. and Martín Gallardo J., 2007. Food habits of four bottom-dwelling gobiid species at the confluence of the Danube and Hron Rivers (South Slovakia). Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol., 92, 554–563. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Ahnelt H., 1988. Zum Vorkommen der Marmorierten Grundel (Proterorhinus marmoratus (Pallas), Pisces: Gobiidae) in Österreich. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, 90 B, 31–42. [Google Scholar]
  • Amundsen P.A., Gabler H.M. and Staldvik F.J., 1996. A new approach to graphical analysis of feeding strategy from stomach contents data – modification of the Costello (1990) method. J. Fish Biol., 48, 607–614. [Google Scholar]
  • Bănărescu P., 1964. Fauna Republicii Populare Romine. Pisces – Osteichthyes, Ed. Acad. RPR, Bucharest, 962 p. (in Romanian). [Google Scholar]
  • Baruš V. and Oliva O., 1995. Lampreys – Petromyzontes and Fish – Osteichthyes 2, Academia, Praha, 698 p. (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Chaloupková L. and Adámek Z., 2009. Fish assemblages in the canals of the Nesyt and Vrkoč pond systems (South Moravia, Czech Republic). In: 60th Anniversary of Fisheries Education at MZLU Brno, MZLU, Brno, 131–137 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Charlebois P.M., Marsden J.E., Goettel R.G., Wolfe R.K., Jude D.J. and Rudnicka S., 1997. The round goby, Neogobius melanostomus (Pallas), a review of European and North American literature, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant Program and Illinois Natural History Survey. INHS Special Pub., 20, 61 p. [Google Scholar]
  • Costello M.J., 1990. Predator feeding strategy and prey importance: new graphical analysis. J. Fish Biol., 36, 261–263. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Dyk V., 1946. Our Fishes, SPN Praha, 339 p. (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • French III J.R.P. and Jude D.J., 2001. Diets and diet overlap of nonindigenous gobies and small benthic native fishes co-inhabiting the St. Clair River, Michigan. J. Great Lakes Res., 27, 300–311. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Ghedotti M.J., Smihula J.C. and Smith G.R., 1995. Zebra mussel predation by round gobies in the laboratory. J. Great Lakes Res., 21, 665–669. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Heinrich A., 1856. Mährens und k. k. Schlesiens Fische, Reptilien und Vögel. Ein Beitrag zur Fauna beider Kronländer, Brno, 200 p. [Google Scholar]
  • Hykeš O., 1921. Fishes of the Czech Republic. Čas. musea král. Českého, odd. přír., Praha, 95, 89–105 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Hyslop E.J., 1980. Stomach content analysis – a review of methods and their application. J. Fish. Biol., 17, 411–429. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Jacobs J., 1974. Quantitative measurements of food selection. A modification of the forage ratio and Ivlev’s electivity index. Oecologia, 14, 413–417. [CrossRef] [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
  • Jeitteles L.H., 1863. Die Fische der March bei Olmütz. Jahresbericht über das k. k. Gymnasium in Olmütz während des Schuljahres 1863, 3–33. [Google Scholar]
  • Jeitteles L.H., 1864. Die Fische der March bei Olmütz. II. Jahresbericht über das k. k. Gymnasium in Olmütz während des Schuljahres 1864, 3–26. [Google Scholar]
  • Jirásek J. and Adámek Z., 1986. The development of biological conditions on the Mušov and Věstonice Reservoirs in 1981–84. Folia Univ. Agr., 71 p. (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Koelbel C., 1874. Über die Identität der Gobius semilunaris Heck und G. rubromaculatus Kriesch mit G. marmoratus Pallas. Verh. K.-k. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien, 269–574. [Google Scholar]
  • Kružíková L., Jurajda P. and Prášek V., 2003. Passage of the 0+ juvenile fishes through small water plant of Nové Mlýny water reservoirs. In: Bryja J. and Zukal J. (eds.), Zoologické dny Brno, Proc. of a Conference, 114–115 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Kux Z., 1957. A contribution to the knowledge of fish assemblage in the Danube River catchment area in the Czech Republic. Čas. Mor. muzea, Brno, 42, 67–84 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Lelek A., 1987. Threatened Fishes of Europe – The Freshwaters Fishes of Europe, 9, AULA-Verlag, Wiesbaden. [Google Scholar]
  • Lusk S., 1984. Fisheries management of the upper reservoir of the Nové Mlýny Reservoirs on the Dyje River. Živ. výroba, 29, 1043–1051. [Google Scholar]
  • Lusk S. and Halačka K., 1995. The first finding of the tubenose goby, Proterorhinus marmoratus, in the Czech Republic. Folia Zool., 44, 90–92. [Google Scholar]
  • Lusk S., Lusková V., Halačka K. and Lojkásek B., 2000. Changes in species diversity of fish assemblages on the teritorry of the Czech Republic after 1990. In: Biodiverzita ichtyofauny ČR (III), 21–28 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Manné S. and Poulet N., 2008. First record of the western tubenose goby Proterorhinus semilunaris (Haeckel, 1837) in France. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 389, 03. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences] [Google Scholar]
  • Natarajan A.V. and Jhingran A.G., 1961. Index of preponderance – a method of grading the food elements in the stomach analysis of fishes. Indian J. Fish., 8, 54–59. [Google Scholar]
  • Oliva O., 1956. Contributions to systematic revision of some our fishes, part II. Čas. Nár. muzea Praha, 124, 171–182 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Pellantová J. and Franek M., 1994. Research for the Nové Mlýny reservoirs area for the period 1988–1993. Proceedings Czech Institute of Nature Protection, Praha, 182 p. (in Czech). [Google Scholar]
  • Prášek V. and Jurajda P., 2005. Expansion of Proterorhinus marmoratus in the Morava River basin (Czech Republic, Danube R. watershed). Folia Zool., 54, 189–192. [Google Scholar]
  • Reinartz R., Hilbrich T. and Born O., 2000. Nachweis der Marmorierten Grundel (Proterorhinus marmoratus Pallas, 1811) im unterfraenkischen Main bei Eltmann (Rheineinzugssgebiet). Österreichs Fischerei, 53, 192–194. [Google Scholar]
  • Shorygin A.A., 1939. Food and food preference of some Gobiidae of the Caspian Sea. Zool. Zh., 18, 27–53. [Google Scholar]
  • Spindler T., Holčík J. and Hensel K., 1992. Die Fischfauna der österreichisch – tschechoslowakischen Grenzstrecke der March samt ihrem Einzugsgebiet. Bericht 5/1992, Forschungsinstitut WWF Österreich, 179 p. [Google Scholar]
  • Stepien C.A. and Tumeo M.A., 2006. Invasion genetics of Ponto-Caspian gobies in the Great Lakes: a ‘cryptic’ species, absence of founder effects, and comparative risk analysis. Biol. Invasions, 8, 61–78. [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
  • Švátora M., Křížek J. and Reiter A., 2000. Fish assemblage of the upper Dyje – Bílý Kříž. In: Biodiverzita ichtyofauny ČR (III), Brno, 161–164 (in Czech). [Google Scholar]

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.