Mortality of fish in Lake Erie

Great Lakes Fisherman
Also printed as pp.92-100 in Pennsylvania Board of Fish Commissioners. Biennial Report, 1938Out-of-print


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The food habits of Blue Grouse vary from a simple winter diet that is made up predominantly of coniferous needles to a complex diet during the summer months, characterized by great variety of foods including green leaves, fruits and seeds, flowers, animal matter and coniferous needles. The spring and fall, which represent the transition periods between these two, are characterized by feeding habits that are generally intermediate. The diets of the two species of Blue Grouse, Dendrugapus obscurus and Dendragapus juliginosus, are quite similar as far as major types of food are concerned, but they differ considerably in the species that are taken. Such differences reflect differences in the vegetation within the ecologic and geographic ranges occupied by the two species.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Mortality of fish in Lake Erie
Series title Great Lakes Fisherman
Volume 1
Issue 3; 4
Year Published 1936
Language English
Contributing office(s) Great Lakes Science Center
Description p. 2, 10; 2-3
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Great Lakes Fisherman
First page 2, 10; 2
Last page 3
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