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Vol. 47 Freshwater Fishes and Their Conservation

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INTERNATIONAL ZOO YEARBOOK Vol. 47 Freshwater Fishes and Their Conservation

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London 2013, kt., 447 Seiten, Abb. Freshwater fishes are the most threatened large taxon in the world. While fresh waters are globally scarce (< 0.3% of available surface water) they are an ichthyofaunal ‘hotspot’ with >15 000 species, representing c. 53% of all fishes and 25% of all vertebrates. Fresh water is essential for all life (humans, domestic livestock, wild animals, plants and microorganisms) and freshwater fishes are a direct indicator of the health of our planet. Most of the threats to their survival are human induced. Hence, in the long term, our own future will be jeopardized, unless we recognize the high intrinsic and commercial value of fishes and the supporting ecosystem, and take necessary care. Content Conserving the freshwater fishes of South America, Conservation of freshwater habitats and fishes in the Western Ghats of India, Climate change impact considerations for freshwater fish conservation, with special reference to the aquarium and zoo, Breeding programme for native and exotic freshwater fishes in Europe, Managing mycobacteriosis and associated biosecurity in the care and breeding of threatened freshwater fishes in public aquariums, Husbandry of a Lake Victoria cichlid, Haplochromis piceatus, in public aquariums: a 20 year retrospective, Conservation breeding of Shortfin eels Anguilla australis and Giant kokopu Galaxias argenteus at Mahurangi Technical Institute using aquarium and aquaculture techniques, Ex situ and in situ approaches, including assisted reproduction, for the conservation of native species of charr (Salmonidae) and whitefish (Coregonidae) in Scotland, Freshwater fish reintroduction programmes, Notes on husbandry, reproduction and development in the Pacific horned frog Ceratophrys stolzmanni, Using environmental enrichment to reduce the expression of abnormal behaviours in Greater rhea Rhea americana at Belo Horizonte Zoo, Husbandry training, using positive reinforcement techniques, for Marabou stork Leptoptilos crumeniferus, Management and husbandry guidelines for Shoebills Balaeniceps rex in captivity, Fatty acid, amino acid and mineral composition of two milk replacers for marsupials, Epilepsy in Bolivian Blackcapped squirrel monkeys Saimiri boliviensis, Brucella abortus and Brucella canis in captive wild felids in Brazil. 69,80

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INTERNATIONAL ZOO YEARBOOK
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Englisch