Piscivory of 0+ pike (Esox lucius L.) in a small eutrophic lake and its implication for biomanipulation View Full Text


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DATE

2003-11

AUTHORS

Christian Skov, Ole Lousdal, Per H. Johansen, Søren Berg

ABSTRACT

Stocking 0+ pike in shallow eutrophic lakes as an indirect way to facilitate clear water by increased phytoplankton grazing by zooplankton, has been used in several studies with varying success. Lack of piscivory could be one reason for poor impact of the pike stockings, on reducing the 0+ cyprinid fish population. In relation to this, we present data on food and feeding habits of 936 0+ pike (Esox lucius L.) (2–18 cm) sampled during five years in a small eutrophic lake undergoing biomanipulation. Overall, the food of 0+ pike followed a sequence of diet shifts including microcrustacea, insects, macrocrustacea and finally vertebrates (fish) with increase in pike length. Despite a high abundance of potential prey fish in the lake, in general less than 50% of the pike were piscivorous until a length of 10.1–13.7 cm. As piscivory increased, the principal prey fish (0+ roach) apparently displayed antipredatorial behaviour which decreased their availability for 0+ pike. We conclude that lack of piscivory caused by e.g. anti predator tactics by prey fish, may reduce the impact of 0+ pike stockings in lake restoration projects. More... »

PAGES

481-487

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TITLE

Hydrobiologia

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1-3

VOLUME

506-509

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