Multiple studies have shown that overfished ichthyofauna
can grow in size, abundance, and reproductive output in no-take Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Other than physical changes to lotic habitat, the introduction of nonindigenous species from various stocking practices have also led to negative consequences for native ichthyofauna
in Iowa (Bernstein and Olson, 2001).
The species is common on the Brazilian coast (Menezes & Figueiredo, 1980), and is one of the most numerous species in the Southern coast ichthyofauna
of Parana in Southern Brazil (Chaves, 1998).
A noticeable feature of the ichthyofauna
of the Near East is the relative high degree of conservatism of external morphology in spite of substantial genetic divergence.
This fact probably explains the difference of the surf zone ichthyofauna
observed in the southeast and southern Brazilian coast compared to the northeast, which has tropical characteristics.
In the Northeast Pacific Ocean, numerous studies have investigated the ichthyofauna
of bays and estuaries (Allen and Horn 1975; Horn and Allen 1976; Gotshall and others 1980; Horn 1980; Bayer 1981; Allen 1982; De Ben and others 1990; Allen and Herbinson 1991; Yoklavich and others 1991; Chamberlain and Barnhart 1993; Miller and Shanks 2005).
Recent studies of the ichthyofauna
and other fossils (conodonts, miospores) in the Baltic area and Belarus show some controversy concerning the position of the Emsian/Eifelian boundary.
Although all fish larvae were collected from a single station, Alabama has a relatively short coastline (<85 km), thus the larval fishes collected likely represent the ichthyofauna
of the entire Alabama inner shelf region.
Discovery of three species previously unknown from the Strawberry River system brings its total ichthyofauna
to 110 species, a rich complement of species relative to river systems of comparable size in North America (Robison and Beadles, 1974; Robison, 1978).
Preliminary data on the ichthyofauna
of the Gibraleon Clay Formation, Huelva, SW Spain]
1997), this phenomenon can be observed, mainly, in the ichthyofauna
of a specific region, being reflected directly on the structure and composition of parasites communities.
In this book, Schwarzhans describes a new otolith-based marine ichthyofauna
from a mid-Palaeocene (roughly 60 million years old) site in Greenland.