Neogobius melanostomus
Neogobius melanostomus
(Round Goby)

19 results for Neogobius melanostomus (Round Goby)

Impact IDScientific NameImpact TypeStudy TypeStudy LocationImpact DescriptionReference
2324 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldStudy found larval helminths of Acanthocephalus dims, Diplostomum sp., and Eustrongylides sp. in... 22991
2347 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityAnecdotalFieldNeogobius melanostomus introductions may also be a vector for the spread of avian... 19653
2348 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryNeogobius melanostomus may provide an entry point for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)... 27503
2360 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryNeogobius melanostomus may have lower lead (Pb) concentrations than traditional prey due... 24186
2361 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryAs Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus dolomieu) continue to consume Neogobius... 24186
2362 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryBefore the invasion of round gobies, few dreissenid predators occurred in Lake Erie, keeping... 24186
2365 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldThe Neogobius melanostomus was found to be a newly described host for the trematode... 18625
2366 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldThe Neogobius melanostomus is host to a number of metazoan parasites in the Great Lakes. 18398
2368 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalLaboratoryNeogobius melanostomus is a primary vector for botulism neurotoxin to fish-eating birds. 24877
3632 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityAnecdotalN/Aconsumption of zebra mussels may also provide a conduit for the bioaccumulation of toxic... 22782
3688 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldNo specific parasites were registered. Only the acanthocephalan Pomphorhynchus tereticollis was... 34322
3694 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldparasites include Nicolla skrjabini, Phyllodistomum folium, Holostephanous cobitidis, Diplostomum... 34333
3698 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryhigh natural infection parameters of B. polymorphus in native cyprinids and non-native gobies... 34340
3699 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldNeogobius melanostomus was parasitized by 8 species, , half of which were in all 4 of the... 34341
3702 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalLaboratorydescription of a new parasite - Loma acerinae - in round and tubenose goby in Dnieper River and... 34344
3819 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldthe presence of the Ponto-Caspian monogenean Gyrodactylus proterorhini shows that the invasive... 34926
3913 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratorythe present study demonstrates that PCB elimination in round and tubenose goby exhibited broadly... 35034
3924 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityAnecdotalFieldauthor speculates shift from alewife to round goby may result in biomagnification of toxins via... 35109
3927 Neogobius melanostomusDisease/Parasites/ToxicityAnecdotalN/Aauthors speculate biomagnification of toxins up the food chain from mussels to humans are a risk if... 35111

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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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