Mobility of tournament-caught and released smallmouth bass Micropterus dolomieu was monitored in the Grand River, Ontario, between 1995 and 1999 using radiotelemetry and mark–recapture.
Adult greater redhorse Moxostoma valenciennesi, were seined from the Grand River, Ontario, and artificially spawned in May 1997 and May 1998, Eggs hatched after 6-8 d at a mean temperature of 19 C. Eggs and larval development of 9-22 mm specimens are described. Ontogeny of larval greater redhorse was compared
Adult Black Redhorse (Moxostoma duquesnei), were seined from the Grand River, Ontario and artificially spawned in May 2007 and May 2008. Eggs hatched after 9-16 days at a mean temperature of 20° C, and after 11 – 25 days at a mean temperature of 17° C.
We have been working in conjunction with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to study egg development, early life history
In 1997, we began studying greater redhorse (Moxostoma valenciennesi) spawning habitat, spawning behaviour
In a few rivers in Canada including the Grand River, Ontario, this endangered unionid bivalve uses lures
BRAVO Network Biotactic Research And Videography Observatory We began using underwater videography to monitor fish back in 1989 and things have changed a lot since then. Using our invaluable experience, we now design, build and supply cabled underwater fish and wildlife monitoring systems that are ideal for monitoring fishways (for example see Node 10) and any other artificial or natural …
Black redhorse larval and juvenile habitat was characterized in the Grand River, Ontario from June to September 2007-2012.
In October 2007 a large pool in the Grand River near Kitchener, Ontario was sampled using seine nets for adult black