Bruce Ellender
Bruce Ellender
Ecologic Conservation
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A review of current knowledge, risk and ecological impacts associated with non-native freshwater fish introductions in South Africa.
BR Ellender, OLF Weyl
Aquatic Invasions 9 (2), 2014
Invader Relative Impact Potential: a new metric to understand and predict the ecological impacts of existing, emerging and future invasive alien species
JTA Dick, C Laverty, JJ Lennon, D Barrios‐O'Neill, PJ Mensink, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1259-1267, 2017
Managing conflicts arising from fisheries enhancements based on non‐native fishes in southern Africa
BR Ellender, DJ Woodford, OLF Weyl, IG Cowx
Journal of Fish Biology 85 (6), 1890-1906, 2014
Using functional responses to quantify interaction effects among predators
RJ Wasserman, ME Alexander, T Dalu, BR Ellender, H Kaiser, OLF Weyl
Functional Ecology 30 (12), 1988-1998, 2016
The use of water resources for inland fisheries in South Africa
JR McCafferty, BR Ellender, OLF Weyl, PJ Britz
Water sa 38 (2), 327-344, 2012
A review of Clarias gariepinus invasions in Brazil and South Africa
OLF Weyl, VS Daga, BR Ellender, JRS Vitule
Journal of fish biology 89 (1), 386-402, 2016
Invasion of a headwater stream by non-native fishes in the Swartkops River system, South Africa
BR Ellender, OLF Weyl, ER Swartz
African Zoology 46 (1), 39-46, 2011
Underwater video analysis as a non‐destructive alternative to electrofishing for sampling imperilled headwater stream fishes
BR Ellender, A Becker, OLF Weyl, ER Swartz
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22 (1), 58-65, 2012
Fish distributions in the Rondegat River, Cape Floristic Region, South Africa, and the immediate impact of rotenone treatment in an invaded reach
OLF Weyl, BR Ellender, DJ Woodford, MS Jordaan
African Journal of Aquatic Science 38 (2), 201-209, 2013
Life history and population dynamics of invasive common carp, Cyprinus carpio, within a large turbid African impoundment
H Winker, OLF Weyl, AJ Booth, BR Ellender
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (11), 1270-1280, 2011
Alien freshwater fauna in South Africa
OLF Weyl, BR Ellender, RJ Wassermann, M Truter, T Dalu, TA Zengeya, ...
Biological Invasions in South Africa, 153-183, 2020
A review of the biology and status of Cape Fold Ecoregion freshwater fishes
BR Ellender, RJ Wasserman, A Chakona, PH Skelton, OLF Weyl
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 27 (4), 867-879, 2017
Evaluating invasion risk for freshwater fishes in South Africa
BR Ellender, SM Marr, OLF Weyl, T Zengeya, RJ Wasserman, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (2), 1-10, 2017
Validating and corroborating the deposition of two annual growth zones in asteriscus otoliths of common carp Cyprinus carpio from South Africa's largest …
H Winker, OLF Weyl, AJ Booth, BR Ellender
Journal of Fish Biology 77 (10), 2210-2228, 2010
Who uses the fishery resources in South Africa's largest impoundment? Characterising subsistence and recreational fishing sectors on Lake Gariep
BR Ellender, OLF Weyl, H Winker
Water SA 35 (5), 679-684, 2009
Ethical considerations for field research on fishes
OLF Weyl, P Pattrick, BR Ellender, T Miya, DJ Woodford, RH Bennett, ...
Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science 58 (1), 1-15, 2016
Trophic overlap between fish and riparian spiders: potential impacts of an invasive fish on terrestrial consumers
MC Jackson, DJ Woodford, TA Bellingan, OLF Weyl, MJ Potgieter, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (6), 1745-1752, 2016
Quantifying the annual fish harvest from South Africa’s largest freshwater reservoir
BR Ellender, OLF Weyl, H Winker, AJ Booth
Water sa 36 (1), 2010
Age and growth and maturity of southern Africa's largest cyprinid fish, the largemouth yellowfish Labeobarbus kimberleyensis
BR Ellender, OLF Weyl, H Winker
Journal of Fish Biology 81 (4), 1271-1284, 2012
The invasibility of small headwater streams by an emerging invader, Clarias gariepinus
BR Ellender, DJ Woodford, OLF Weyl
Biological Invasions 17, 57-61, 2015
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