Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii

Qifeng Ye, Steven Brooks, Gavin Butler, Jamin Forbes, George Giatas, Dean Gilligan, Taylor Hunt, Peter Kind, John Koehn, Mark LINTERMANS, Andy Moore, Charles R. Todd, Brenton Zampatti

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    Murray Cod is the largest solely freshwater fish in Australia. It occurs throughout most of the Murray–Darling system, except for the upper reaches of some tributaries in Victoria and southern New South Wales. Investigation of the genetic structure of Murray Cod in the Murray–Darling Basin has demonstrated that,
    where there is connectivity between catchments, one large genetically panmictic biological stock exists throughout most of its distribution. However, genetically distinct populations have been identified in the Lachlan, Macquarie and Gwydir catchments. This separation appears to be the result of restricted gene flow
    due to wetland barriers, but may also be influenced by stocking programs1
    Although genetic studies show evidence for one large biological stock, stock status of Murray Cod is reported at a jurisdictional level because of differences in management arrangements and available information
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationStatus of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014
    EditorsM Flood, I Stobutzki, J Andrews, C Ashby, G Begg, R Fletcher, C Gardner, L Georgeson, S Hansen, K Hartmann, P Hone, P Horvat, L Maloney, B McDonald, A Moore, A Roelofs, K Sainsbury, T Saunders, T Smith, C Stewardson, J Stewart
    Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
    PublisherAustralian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
    Pages379-388
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)9780646932491
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Ye, Q., Brooks, S., Butler, G., Forbes, J., Giatas, G., Gilligan, D., ... Zampatti, B. (2014). Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii. In M. Flood, I. Stobutzki, J. Andrews, C. Ashby, G. Begg, R. Fletcher, C. Gardner, L. Georgeson, S. Hansen, K. Hartmann, P. Hone, P. Horvat, L. Maloney, B. McDonald, A. Moore, A. Roelofs, K. Sainsbury, T. Saunders, T. Smith, C. Stewardson, ... J. Stewart (Eds.), Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014 (pp. 379-388). Canberra, Australia: Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
    Ye, Qifeng ; Brooks, Steven ; Butler, Gavin ; Forbes, Jamin ; Giatas, George ; Gilligan, Dean ; Hunt, Taylor ; Kind, Peter ; Koehn, John ; LINTERMANS, Mark ; Moore, Andy ; Todd, Charles R. ; Zampatti, Brenton. / Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii. Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014. editor / M Flood ; I Stobutzki ; J Andrews ; C Ashby ; G Begg ; R Fletcher ; C Gardner ; L Georgeson ; S Hansen ; K Hartmann ; P Hone ; P Horvat ; L Maloney ; B McDonald ; A Moore ; A Roelofs ; K Sainsbury ; T Saunders ; T Smith ; C Stewardson ; J Stewart. Canberra, Australia : Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2014. pp. 379-388
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    Ye, Q, Brooks, S, Butler, G, Forbes, J, Giatas, G, Gilligan, D, Hunt, T, Kind, P, Koehn, J, LINTERMANS, M, Moore, A, Todd, CR & Zampatti, B 2014, Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii. in M Flood, I Stobutzki, J Andrews, C Ashby, G Begg, R Fletcher, C Gardner, L Georgeson, S Hansen, K Hartmann, P Hone, P Horvat, L Maloney, B McDonald, A Moore, A Roelofs, K Sainsbury, T Saunders, T Smith, C Stewardson & J Stewart (eds), Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014. Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Canberra, Australia, pp. 379-388.

    Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii. / Ye, Qifeng; Brooks, Steven; Butler, Gavin; Forbes, Jamin; Giatas, George; Gilligan, Dean; Hunt, Taylor; Kind, Peter; Koehn, John; LINTERMANS, Mark; Moore, Andy; Todd, Charles R.; Zampatti, Brenton.

    Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014. ed. / M Flood; I Stobutzki; J Andrews; C Ashby; G Begg; R Fletcher; C Gardner; L Georgeson; S Hansen; K Hartmann; P Hone; P Horvat; L Maloney; B McDonald; A Moore; A Roelofs; K Sainsbury; T Saunders; T Smith; C Stewardson; J Stewart. Canberra, Australia : Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2014. p. 379-388.

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    Ye Q, Brooks S, Butler G, Forbes J, Giatas G, Gilligan D et al. Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii. In Flood M, Stobutzki I, Andrews J, Ashby C, Begg G, Fletcher R, Gardner C, Georgeson L, Hansen S, Hartmann K, Hone P, Horvat P, Maloney L, McDonald B, Moore A, Roelofs A, Sainsbury K, Saunders T, Smith T, Stewardson C, Stewart J, editors, Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2014. Canberra, Australia: Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 2014. p. 379-388