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Thorstad, E.B., Hay, C.J., Naesje, T.F., Chanda, B. and Okland, F. 2005. Movements and habitat utilization of nembwe, Serranochromis robustus (Günther, 1864), in the Upper Zambezi River. African Zoology, 40(2): 253-259


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Movements and habitat utilization of nembwe, Serranochromis robustus (Günther, 1864), in the Upper Zambezi River.

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Fifteen adult nembwe Serranochromis robustus (Günther, 1864) were tagged with radio transmitters in the Zambezi River, Namibia, from 4-15 November 2000 to record behaviour and outline the implications for fisheries management. The fish were tracked on average every 3.7 days until 18 May 2001. They stayed within relatively small home ranges, with a 95% probability of localization within an average area of 184 563m2. The fish utilized a mean river stretch of 1330 m (range = 24-3787). Nembwe were recorded in a variety of habitats, and the individual variation in movements and habitat use was substantial. All the fish were recorded in the mainstream of the river, but 62% of the fish were recorded in one or more additional main habitat types. During rising and high water, 67% and 71% of the fish, respectively, were recorded in adjacent temporary flooded areas during some or all tracking surveys, but did not undertake long-distance migrations onto the floodplains. It is concluded that although staying within relatively small home ranges, nembwe appears as a species with a variable and flexible habitat utilization. Keywords: Behaviour, Fish, Fisheries management, Home range, Radio-tagging, Telemetry.

Year: 2005

Type: Journal Article

URL: http://journals.co.za/content/afzoo/40/2/EJC17969


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