April 12, 2019

Espèces Manquantes/Missing Species

Grâce à l'observation récente d'un Dard de Sable par @sarahchabot , il nous manque que 16 espèces de poissons d'eau douce retrouvés au Québec (selon la liste de MDDEP/MFFP). Je vais ajouter la liste ci-dessous. SVP rajoutez vos observations si vous en avez retrouvés dans la province! (English below)
-Gaspareau (A. pseudoharengus)
-Alose à gésier (D. cepedianum)
-Alose d'été (A. aestivalis)
-Méné d'herbe (N. bifrenatus)
-Méné paille (N. stramineus)
-Carpe de roseau (C. idella)
-Chevalier Cuivré (M. hubbsi)
-Chat-fou liséré (N. insignis)
-Ménomini rond (P. cylindraceum)
-Saumon coho (O. kisutch)
-Saumon chinook (O. tshawytscha)
-Truite fardée (O. clarkii)
-Saumon rouge (O. nerka)
-Bar blanc (M. chrysops)
-Chabot a tête plate (C. ricei)
-Chabot de profondeur (M. thompsonii)
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Thanks to the recent Eastern Sand Darter observation by @sarahchabot , we are now only missing 16 of the freshwater fish species found in Quebec (according to the list from MDDEP/MFFP). I'll post the list below, please upload if you have seen any of these within our province!
-Alewife (A. pseudoharengus)
-American Gizzard Shad (D. cepedianum)
-Blueback Herring (A. aestivalis)
-Bridle Shiner (N. bifrenatus)
-Sand Shiner (N. stramineus)
-Grass Carp (C. idella)
-Copper Redhorse (M. hubbsi)
-Margined Madtom (N. insignis)
-Round Whitefish (P. cylindraceum)
-Coho Salmon (O. kisutch)
-Chinook Salmon (O. tshawytscha)
-Cutthroat Trout (O. clarkii)
-Sockeye Salmon (O. nerka)
-White Bass (M. chrysops)
-Spoonhead Sculpin (C. ricei)
-Deepwater Sculpin (M. thompsonii)

Posted on April 12, 2019 07:14 by bradleyfishes bradleyfishes | 1 comments | Leave a comment

March 03, 2019

Documents des Poissons d'Eau Salée/Quebec Marine Fish Resources

The following is a message from our member @clauden containing many different resources about the fish species of the St-Lawrence gulf and estuary.
Le suivant est un message de notre membre @clauden avec beaucoup de documents concernant les espèces de poissons trouvées dans le golfe et estuaire du fleuve:

Hello group / Salut au monde!

I study marine organismes in the St. Lawrence, and we produce many reports, though not all are easy to find. Here are few resources you may find of interest.
Je travaille avec les organismes du St. Laurent, et on produit des nombreux rapports, malgré que ce n'est pas toujours si évident des trouver. Ici des ressources utiles.

https://ogsl.ca/
Des poissons, incluant eaux douces

https://obis.org/
Des poissons marins, partout au monde, incluant les spécimens du MPO.

Marine fishes of the St. Lawrence: a photoguide
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/324531245_Marine_fishes_of_the_St_Lawrence_a_photoguide

Preliminary results from the groundfish and shrimp multidisciplinary survey in August 2017 in the Estuary and northern Gulf of St. Lawrence (aussi en français)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327799294_Preliminary_results_from_the_groundfish_and_shrimp_multidisciplinary_survey_in_August_2017_in_the_Estuary_and_northern_Gulf_of_St_Lawrence

Preliminary checklist of marine animal species of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, based on 4 sources
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319422884_Preliminary_checklist_of_marine_animal_species_of_the_Gulf_of_St_Lawrence_Canada_based_on_4_sources (pour donner une idée des espèces)

Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat (CSAS) Assessment of Lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence (3Pn, 4RS) in 2015
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319287800_Canadian_Science_Advisory_Secretariat_CSAS_Assessment_of_Lumpfish_Cyclopterus_lumpus_in_the_Gulf_of_St_Lawrence_3Pn_4RS_in_2015 (aussi en français)

La collection d’organismes marins de l’Institut Maurice-Lamontagne (Ministère des Pêches et des Océans)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285747822_La_collection_d'organismes_marins_de_l'Institut_Maurice-Lamontagne_Ministere_des_Peches_et_des_Oceans (not available in English)

Poissons connus et méconnus des fonds marins du Saint-Laurent
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285748902_Poissons_connus_et_meconnus_des_fonds_marins_du_Saint-Laurent (not available in English)

Suivi de la végétation et des poissons dans six
zosteraies au Québec (2005-2010) (also available in English)
http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/Library/347066.pdf

I also suggest the recent two Arctic books for all Quebec fishermen in marine waters: Mecklenburg et al. 2018, CAFF (free PDF, 2 detailed volumes), and Coad and Reist 2017, CMN/U of T Press (general biology, print book).

Posted on March 03, 2019 18:40 by bradleyfishes bradleyfishes | 0 comments | Leave a comment

February 27, 2019

Espèces Manquantes/Missing Species

Grâce aux observations récente d'épinoches par @clauden, il nous manque que 20 espèces de poissons d'eau douce retrouvés au Québec (selon la liste de MDDEP/MFFP). Je vais ajouter la liste ci-dessous. SVP rajoutez vos observations si vous en avez retrouvés dans la province! (English below)
-Gaspareau (A. pseudoharengus)
-Alose à gésier (D. cepedianum)
-Alose d'été (A. aestivalis)
-Mulet de lac (C. plumbeus)
-Méné d'herbe (N. bifrenatus)
-Méné paille (N. stramineus)
-Carpe de roseau (C. idella)
-Chat-fou liséré (N. insignis)
-Ménomini rond (P. cylindraceum)
-Saumon coho (O. kisutch)
-Saumon chinook (O. tshawytscha)
-Truite fardée (O. clarkii)
-Saumon rouge (O. nerka)
-Bar blanc (M. chrysops)
-Chabot tacheté (C. bairdii)
-Chabot a tête plate (C. ricei)
-Chabot de profondeur (M. thompsonii)
-Crapet du nord (L. peltastes)
-Crapet vert (L. cyanellus)
-Dard de sable (A. pellucida)
-Bonus: Dard arc-en-ciel (E. caeruleum) (Récemment enlevées de la liste, pouvons-nous le réfuter?)
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Thanks to the recent Stickleback observations from @clauden , we are now only missing 20 of the freshwater fish species found in Quebec (according to the list from MDDEP/MFFP). I'll post the list below, please upload if you have seen any of these within our province!
-Alewife (A. pseudoharengus)
-American Gizzard Shad (D. cepedianum)
-Blueback Herring (A. aestivalis)
-Lake Chub (C. plumbeus)
-Bridle Shiner (N. bifrenatus)
-Sand Shiner (N. stramineus)
-Grass Carp (C. idella)
-Margined Madtom (N. insignis)
-Round Whitefish (P. cylindraceum)
-Coho Salmon (O. kisutch)
-Chinook Salmon (O. tshawytscha)
-Cutthroat Trout (O. clarkii)
-Sockeye Salmon (O. nerka)
-White Bass (M. chrysops)
-Mottled Sculpin (C. bairdii)
-Spoonhead Sculpin (C. ricei)
-Deepwater Sculpin (M. thompsonii)
-Northern Sunfish (L. peltastes)
-Green Sunfsh (L. cyanellus)
-Eastern Sand Darter (A. pellucida)
-Bonus: Rainbow Darter (E. caeruleum) (Recently removed from the list, can we disprove this?)

Posted on February 27, 2019 21:28 by bradleyfishes bradleyfishes | 4 comments | Leave a comment

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