One Great Lakes invasive species may have found a niche

Can invasive species be good news – rather than bad – for native fish in the Great Lakes?  That sounds counterintuitive, but a new study shows that the invasive round goby has become an important food source for several native species, especially smallmouth bass, but with benefits also for yellow perch and walleye. The study calls the round goby “one of the most successful aquatic invaders” in the Great Lakes. Read the rest here 18:03

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