Neogobius melanostomus
Neogobius melanostomus
(Round Goby)

47 results for Neogobius melanostomus (Round Goby)

Impact IDScientific NameImpact TypeStudy TypeStudy LocationImpact DescriptionReference
2318 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryNeogobius melanostomus exhibited more aggressive behavior than logperch (Percina... 24183
2322 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldSites where Neogobius melanostomus were numerically dominant had 2.9 fewer native species... 26633
2323 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldSeveral native benthic-feeding fish such as perch (Perca spp.), sculpin (Cottus spp.), and darter... 27072
2327 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldTwo species found to have significant diet overlap with Neogobius melanostomus in... 28227
2333 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldMottle sculpin (Cottus bairdii) and Johnny darter (Etheostoma nigrum) have been... 22628
2334 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldThe several native fish species populations have declined in areas where the Neogobius... 874
2336 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldNeogobius melanostomus have a significant overlap in diet preference with many native fish... 16594
2339 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryMottled sculpins (Cottus bairdi) have been almost totally extirpated from the study area... 13824
2342 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryLaboratory experiments have shown that the more aggressive N. melanostomus will evict... 22570
2363 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldThe Neogobius melanostomus is credited for several regional extirpations of the Mottled... 32325
2364 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldCompetition from the introduced Neogobius melanostomus, coupled with the impacts of zebra... 32325
2367 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalFieldNeogobius melanostomus may compete with and have the potential to affect other benthic... 22497
3566 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldSignificant diet overlap was observed between small Neogobius melanostomus and Rainbow... 16594
3567 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldDiet overlap between large Neogobius melanostomus and logperch (Percina caprodes)... 16594
3570 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldBoth large and small Neogobius melanostomus showed significant diet overlap with small... 16594
3573 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalFieldThe significant diet overlap between northern madtoms (Noturus stigmosus) and... 16594
3600 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldProterorhinus semilunaris have been present at this site since 1998 and became the... 34202
3612 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalN/AThis agressive nature probably allows them to occupy optimal sites among rocks and to defend... 633
3613 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalN/Athey have a well developed lateral line system, almost unique among Great Lakes fishes. This, we... 633
3615 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalN/Aits reproductive pattern confers an ecological advantage on this species. Round gobies spawn over a... 633
3622 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryThe mean reactive distance for mottled sculpins was 3.7 (SD =1.27) mm, whilst the mean reactive... 22782
3627 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionAnecdotalN/AAggressive round gobies probably drive a guarding male mottled sculpin off its nest and eat its... 22782
3628 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalN/AThis competitive interaction would be most intense at small sizes, since both species are... 22782
3645 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionObservationalFieldIn the years following the arrival in 2011 of N. melanostomus in the River Meuse, a rapid... 34243
3652 Neogobius melanostomusCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryNeogobius melanostomus was able to displace the resident fish. The higher aggression of... 34252

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/17/2021].

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