Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)

8 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3286 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Experimental Laboratory In a pond experiment in Illinois, Cyprinus carpio increased total phosphorus and turbidity... 32740
3293 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Anecdotal N/A Silt resuspension and uprooting of aquatic plants caused by feeding activities of Cyprinus... 15360
3296 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Anecdotal N/A Cyprinus carpio feeding behavior destroys rooted aquatic plants that provide habitat for... 959
3309 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Observational Field Low densities of Cyprinus carpio (<30 kg/ha) did not have significant effects on... 24242
3315 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Experimental Laboratory Higher biomass of Cyprinus carpio in experimental pond enclosures were positively related... 24255
3316 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Experimental Field When >75% of the Cyprinus carpio population was removed from Ventura Marsh, IA, water... 24257
3322 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Observational Field In a study of 129 Iowa lakes, Cyprinus carpio abundance was correlated with abundance of... 24252
4077 Cyprinus carpio Food Web Experimental Laboratory Juvenile Common Carp had indirect effects on rotifer abundance in mesocosm experiments, with some... 35728

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