Neogobius melanostomus
Neogobius melanostomus
(Round Goby)
Fishes
Exotic

9 results for Neogobius melanostomus (Round Goby)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3668 Neogobius melanostomus Other Observational Field round goby hosted glochidia for multiple species of unionid mussels 34284
3923 Neogobius melanostomus Other Anecdotal Field author speculates switch from alewife to round goby may be beneficial if round gobies do not cause... 35109
5511 Neogobius melanostomus Other Anecdotal Field Population sampling occurred in the field and data was used in a model to determine round goby... 33969
6746 Neogobius melanostomus Other Observational Field Round gobies a significant gap in the food web by consuming dreissenid muscles, although predation... 24188
6747 Neogobius melanostomus Other Experimental Laboratory Elimination of invasive Neogobius melanostomus may lead to utilization of the empty niche... 34254
6748 Neogobius melanostomus Other Observational Field Round gobies fill a significant gap in the food web by consuming dreissenid muscles, although... 24188
6759 Neogobius melanostomus Other Experimental Laboratory Round goby also supplements the diet of yellow perch. 24195
6760 Neogobius melanostomus Other Experimental Laboratory Round goby appeared to make up approximately 75% of burbot and smallmouth bass diet in Lake Erie... 24188
6761 Neogobius melanostomus Other Observational Field Several fish predators contained round gobies in their stomachs included: rainbow smelt, smallmouth... 22782

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