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Lynne Sneddon 16h
Finished a seminar on fish pain and sentience in Iceland - the wonders of the web. Great discussion on the ethics of fish use afterwards
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Daniel Nyqvist May 27
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Emmanuelle Chretien May 26
No matter how productive I am for the rest of the day I can still feel good about the fact I submitted my first PhD chapter to a journal this morning.
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Salmon Network May 28
Parentage-based tagging analysis provides novel info on migration and life history patterns of , which could help resource managers conserve salmon
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Elvira de Eyto May 23
SMOLT RUN .... after a lot of dry weather up to this week, the and Smolts made their bid for freedom through the traps
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Fritz Francisco May 28
I present to you "Closed Loop"... 😂 and all the joy of being a scientist and figuring out technology!
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Kamden Glade May 26
Another beautiful night at the office! Tonight, piscivore diet collection on Deer lake in NW Minnesota
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Fabio Cortesi May 27
We’ve welcomes some new aquarium members today - juvenile Australian lungfish 🤩 looking forward to see what secrets their 🧠 are hiding
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Mike Booth, PhD May 26
Just missed , but here's a school of (mostly) Central Stonerollers (Campostoma anomalum) in an Ohio stream at the . Next time you are creeking, look for scars where they scraped algae off rocks - watch the lower left! .
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Kamden Glade May 27
Catch of the day! This 27 inch had a fish in its stomach, which Jay hypothesized was a perch. Do you think he’s right?
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Weber Lab May 26
Understanding predator-prey relationships, density-dependence, & social structure are impt for pond mngt & growing ‘bull gills! Many pushing 10”! Got a dozen chunkers in 30 mins before a thunderstorm made me run away! Great fight on #4 flyrod
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Olivier Morissette 9h
Behavioural phenotypes are not predicting habitat occupancy and angling vulnerability in largemouth bass
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Salmon Network May 27
Researchers from and use , an effective tool for fish monitoring in remote + challenging habitats, to identify under-ice overwintering locations of juvenile
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Susie Colvin May 25
Even in the same basin streams can be different types and have very different fishes, even traits, increasing regional diversity. Our new paper from the wilds of southern Alabama.
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Salmon Network May 26
Adaptive differentiation among juvenile salmonids is shaped by trade-offs btwn growth + metabolism Rainbow trout evolved for max growth + consumption, while maximize growth efficiency
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Shelby Ziegler May 27
Replying to @officialdwazoo
Our is the Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii. This fish species exhibits sequential hermaphroditism. Blackeye gobies are born as females and change to males later in life. 📷:
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Hannah L. Harrison, PhD 🐟 May 26
Clams, crabs, lobsters, oh my! The latest episode of Social FISHtancing is out, and this week we bring you stories about how shellfish harvesters and growers from around North America are coping with .
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Illinois Natural History Survey 11h
Larval silver have an affinity for shallow habitats at the edge of in the Upper Mississippi River System, according to a recent study by & scientists. ➡️
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Christos Ioannou May 25
OMG, the weirdest thing happened. I actually found time to read a paper. Not just skim through it to find a tenuous justification for something I'm writing, but actually properly read it. Highly recommended paper, btw.
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Salmon Network May 25
Great thread by on the impacts of and competition with hatchery fish on productivity across the Northeast Pacific
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