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|Title:||Short-term impacts of fish removal from small Amazonian forest streams|
|Authors:||Espírito-Santo, Helder Mateus Viana|
Magnusson, William Ernest
|metadata.dc.relation.ispartof:||Volume 43, Número 5, Pags. 529-532|
|Abstract:||Collecting freshwater zoological material for research purposes is common and necessary, but its impact on biological communities is often overlooked. We tested the impacts of a conventional ichthyological collection in small forest streams and showed that fish assemblages recover after a few months. We highlight ecological traits and habitat characteristics that might exacerbate the impacts of repeated removal of fish in long-term investigations, and advocate for the use of a capture-release approach whenever possible. © 2011 The Author(s). Journal compilation © 2011 by The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation.|
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