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Freshwater mussels are among the most critically endangered taxa globally. In the United States, 91 out of nearly 300 species are listed as Threatened or Endangered under the Endangered Species Act.
Freshwater mussel species exhibit a range of life‐history traits. Owing to the large number of...
Knowledge of the spatial behaviour of aquatic living resources is essential to assess their vulnerability to environmental and anthropogenic stressors and inform efficient management strategies.
Elasmobranchs are particularly vulnerable to exploitation. Within this group of fish, the...
An undescribed diaptomid copepod probably belonging to a new Mastigodiaptomus species has been discovered and was very abundant in El Junco Lake (San Cristóbal Island, Ecuador) from 1966 until 2004. The species was not found in samples from 2007, 2008 or 2018.
The loss of this key species from...
The sei whale (Balaenoptera borealis) presents a disjointed geographic distribution. Significant genetic divergence between sei whales from the North Atlantic (NA) and North Pacific (NP) have been recorded; however, limited samples from the Southern Hemisphere (SH) have precluded a global...
The magnitude of biodiversity in the Caucasus biodiversity hotspot remains largely unknown, because species diversity is usually assessed based on morphology. One ecologically important fish group with cryptic diversity is the tubenose goby members of the genus Proterorhinus, for which recent...
As an increasingly important resource in ecological research, citizen scientists have proven dynamic and cost‐effective in the supply of data for use within habitat suitability models. With predictions critical to the provision of effective conservation measures in cryptic marine species, this...
Elasmobranchs are apex predators that play a crucial role in marine ecosystems by regulating the dynamics of food webs, as well as connecting different trophic levels across habitats.
The large‐scale removal of elasmobranchs impacts the energy transfer in trophic interactions. The pressure of...
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