Parasites of fish of Algonquin Park lakes
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Parasites of fish of Algonquin Park lakes by Ralph Vandervort Bangham

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Published by Univ. of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fishes -- Parasites.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Ralph V. Bangham and Carl E. Venard.
SeriesUniversity of Toronto studies. Biological series,, no. 53, Publications of the Ontario Fisheries Research Laboratory,, no. 65, Studies on Algonquin Park,, no. 8
ContributionsVenard, Carl Ernest, 1909- joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH1 .T68 no. 53
The Physical Object
Pagination33-46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6073116M
LC Control Number50013025
OCLC/WorldCa2788628

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S OF FISH OF ALGONQUIN PARK LAKES PARASITE II. DISTRIBUTION STUDIES' ABSTRACT sent report contains results of a study of distribution of fish parasites The prein Park lakes A large proportion. fhfih ined f. 0 t e s exanune or parasites f AlgonqUI' '" obtained from lakes where fish had not been examined m the previous report w~ 0 ham ( Get this from a library! Parasites of fish of Algonquin Park lakes,. [Ralph V Bangham; Carl Ernest Venard]. Of fish belonging to 22 species from Algonquin Park lakes , i.e. % were parasitized. 58% of the fish belonging to the family Cyprinidae were infected. The 75 species found are listed. by: 2. Lake Depth Maps of Algonquin Park – With the help of current technology, Park staff have surveyed 23 of Algonquin's most popular lakes to produce colour maps showing what is beneath the deep, cold waters of Algonquin's lakes. This book, an asset to anglers and canoeists, includes key lake characteristics such as fish species present, and.

More different species of parasites were encountered in a study in of fish of Algonquin Park lakes. In this area, fish belonging to 22 species were examined and per cent were infected (Bangham, in press). In this region water birds also play an important part in the life cycles of many of the fish parasites. The Algonquin Park fishing season opens on the last Saturday in April and ends September 30th. Earlier in the season, until late June, the best action is for the brook and lake trout. These cold water fish prefer cooler water and can be found closer to the surface at this time. This list of Algonquin Park Lake and Rivers will continue to grow. There are approximately 1, Algonquin park lakes and rivers listed here out of about 2, that exist within the Algonquin Park boundaries. I will attempt to visit and document at least of these Algonquin Park lakes . You can click on the campsites, portages, and lakes on the map to go to their respective pages. To see the portage on a fully interactive map, click on the "View on Interactive Map" link found below.

It's all on my map. Smallmouth, brook trout, lake trout, and walleye in Cedar brook trout is in the Nip & Pet too. Jeff--Algonquin Backcountry Recreationalists - Caring for Algonquin's Backcountry - My Algonquin Park Map - Accurate, Detailed, Free - Version ! - Now with 50% of Portages and 75% of Campsites Perfectly Located By GPS. Algonquin Provincial Park is home to one of the most unique and cherished fisheries in all of Ontario and Canada. There is a lifetime of lakes offering fishing opportunities in Algonquin for the cherished lake trout and brook trout, but as well as warmer water species such as . The parasitic Protozoa of seven species of freshwater fish (the cyprinids Notropis cornutus, Notropis heterolepis, Notemigonus crysoleucas, and Semotilus atromaculatus; the percid Perca flavescens; the centrarchid Lepomis gibbosus; and the salmonid Salvelinus fontinalis) are described from Lake Sasajewun and Lake Opeongo, Algonquin Park, Ontario.. The parasites include 1 species of . Of a total of 89 fish examined, 60 or percent were found to harbor parasites of some kind. In comparison with other surveys in this same general area, this incidence of infection seems rather low. Bangham () found that percent of the fish from Algonquin Park lakes were parasitized, and .