Comparison of traditional and environmental DNA survey methods for detecting rare and abundant freshwater fish
Piggott, Maxine; Banks, Samuel; Broadhurst, Ben; Fulton, Christopher J; Lintermans, Mark
Detecting rare species is often a necessity for conservation and management, yet challenging for many field survey methods. Environmental DNA (eDNA) is a highly promising solution that has been shown to outperform many established survey methods. Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica) is an endangered native species that has declined significantly in range and abundance. Detection of M. australasica was compared with an abundant alien fish species (Oncorhynchus mykiss) using eDNA and three...[Show more]
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