The decision involved three complex issues: 1) the adequacy of the Newhall Ranch EIR's analysis of greenhouse gases (GHGs); 2) application of state law to the three-spined stickleback
, an endangered and fully protected species of fish in the Santa Clara River; and 3) application of CEQA's requirement to exhaust administrative remedies.
Rapid ecological speciadon in three-spined stickleback
from Middleton Island, Alaska: The roles of selection and geographic isolation.
albiflora transcriptome had hits with 26.2% to 44.3% of the unique proteins of fugu, zebrafish, three-spined stickleback
Other commonly occurring prey species included Prickly Sculpin (55.0%), salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.; 34.7%), minnows (Cyprinidae; 26.1%), and Three-spined Stickleback
(Gasterosteus aculeatus; 16.5%).
A three-spined stickleback
(Gasterosteus aculeatus) adult male, just beginning to develop breeding colouration >with faint flush of pink under chin at Wat Tyler Country Park in Essex FLPA/REX
The fish community of the river was dominated numerically by three-spined stickleback
Gasterosteus aculeatus (on average 45% in the seasonal catches), followed by gudgeon (25%).
He claims his three-spined stickleback
is the biggest tiddler ever caught in Britain.
Niko Tinbergen's accidental discovery of the fixed action pattern of the three-spined stickleback
fish is a classic example of how keeping captive organisms can lead to scientific discoveries as well as inquiries.
Melatonin and maturation pace in female three-spined stickleback
, Gasterosteus aculeatus.
Most important, from the point of view of Schluter and other evolutionary biologists, was the appearance of a silver fish, usually no longer than a credit card, called the three-spined stickleback
Studies on the toxicity of cadmium to the three-spined stickleback
, Gasterostens aculeatus L.
The computer-controlled replica fish is a plaster cast model of a three-spined stickleback
with an acetate fin, painted to mimic the coloration and markings of a real fish.