Green sunfish invasive

An Invasive Species Management Program for Pima County

An Invasive Species Management Program for Pima County Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan Pima County, Arizona Board of Supervisors / ~ Ann Day, District 1 • Dan Eckstrom, District 2 Sharon Bronson, Chair; District 3

November 12th,2019

Invasive Species Threats: Green Sunfish

Invasive Species Threats: Green Sunfish Scott VanderKooi Southwest Biological Science Center . Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center . Green Sunfish in Glen Canyon Glen Canyon Dam -12 Mile Slough Lees Ferry . Green Sunfish in Glen Canyon . Green Sunfish in Glen Canyon July 6 – AZG&FD capture 43 Green Sunfish at -12 mile in Glen Canyon August 4 – Call with biologists from AZG&FD, …

November 12th,2019

Invasive Species of the Pacific Northwest

The Green Sunfish is a highly predacious fish which feeds primarily on invertebrates. The mouth is designed for gape and suck feeding much like the rest of the Lepomis species. The Green Sunfish utilizes the maxilla bone and ligaments to sling the premaxilla forward and by doing

November 12th,2019

Invasive Fishes of the Colorado River basin

•The IUCN “Invasive Species Specialist Group” lists 100 of the world’s worst invasive alien species, and the list includes eight fishes. Six of those eight are established (all intentionally introduced) in the Colorado River basin, and another has been recorded but apparently never took hold.

November 12th,2019

Green Sunfish ALBERTA REGULATION: FISHERIES ACT

live longer. In Ontario, green sunfish have been reported to live 7 to 9 years.1 Economic Impacts: Green sunfish compete directly with native fish for food and prey on the eggs of some native fishes species. In cold lakes, the green sunfish has been observed to overpopulate and reduce trout populations.1 Any declines in

November 12th,2019

Green Sunfish Rapid Response Non-native Fish Control in Glen …

nonnative Green Sunfish in a large backwater in the Lees Ferry Reach – 43 fish, compared to 7 in previous decades in this reach. Partner agency biologists agreed that elimination of this invasive species from the backwater sloughs is necessary and urgent due to the risk of negative interactions with native fish, particularly the

November 12th,2019

An Invasive Species Management Program for Pima County

An Invasive Species Management Program for Pima County Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan Pima County, Arizona Board of Supervisors / ~ Ann Day, District 1 • Dan Eckstrom, District 2 Sharon Bronson, Chair; District 3

November 12th,2019

GREEN SUNFISH - New Jersey

GREEN SUNFISH Lepomis cyanellus Description: blue-green back and sides white to yellow belly often wavy lines on cheek and opercle short black ear flaps with a white to yellow edge yellow or orange edge on second dorsal, caudal and anal fins upper jaw extends beneath the pupil of the eye wider body then most sunfish 13-14 pectoral rays