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Rapid recovery of amphibian populations in eight high mountain lakes linked to the eradication of exotic fish

AuthorsMiró, Alexandre CSIC ORCID; O'Brien, David; Tomàs, Jan; Buchaca, Teresa CSIC ORCID ; Sabas, Ibor CSIC ORCID CVN ; Osorio, Víctor ORCID; Lucati, Federica; Font, Blanca; Jurado, Ismael; Cases, Meritxell; Cruset, Eloi; Pou-Rovira, Quim; Ventura, Marc CSIC ORCID
Issue Date2019
PublisherCSIC - Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Blanes (CEAB)
CitationRapid recovery of amphibian populations in eight high mountain lakes linked to the eradication of exotic fish. In: Life+ Limnopirineus: Conservation of aquatic habitats and species in high mountains of the pyrenees. Technical report. E. Carrillo, J. Ninot, T. Buchaca and M. Ventura. Blanes, LIFE+ LIMNOPIRINEUS Technical Office : 43-52 (2019)
AbstractThe LIFE+ LimnoPirineus project (2014-2019) includes the recovery of amphibian populations in eight lakes of the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park and the Alt Pirineu Natural Park, by eradicating or control non-native fish. During the summers from 2014- 2018 practically all of the fish present in the lakes have been removed. We found that most of the autochthonous amphibian species present in each valley have naturally colonised all lakes during or following fish removal. This shows the high resilience of the amphibian fauna of high mountain lakes, following reduction or removal of pressure from non-native fish.
DescriptionE. Carrillo, J. Ninot, T. Buchaca and M. Ventura. Blanes, LIFE+ LIMNOPIRINEUS Technical Office
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/226783
ISBN978-84-18199-17-2
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