Conservation and Research
Conservation is not an optional extra.
It is what generation rely on.
Many museums are a sad monument to the failure of the human race,
to protect, guard and steward our natural resources.
Through Research we can learn and discover what is truly necessary,
to ensure not only the survival, but the thriving of our species.
Yellowfish are under huge pressure due to many factors,
like pollution. If fish die, due to pollution it is a screaming siren to warn us,
that our life sustaining water is killing us.
Help us to empower researchers and conservationists by giving information.
Small acts like picking up papers by the rivers are making a difference.
The impact of angling on smallmouth and largemouth yellowfish, labeobarbus aeneus and labeobarbus kimberleyensis, in Lake Gariep, South Africa
A large sportfishery that targets both smallmouth (Labeobarbusaeneus) and largemouth (Labeobarbus kimberleyensis ) yellowfish exists in South Africa. Both species have high conservation priority, and no assessments documenting the effect of angling on...read more
From Waterwheel Magazine The Water Wheel is a magazine aimed at improving general public understanding of science and technology. The Water Wheel has been in publication since 2002 with material being sourced from outside the WRC....read more
http://yellowsonfly.blogspot.com/ The Yellowfishes of Southern Africa (Labeobarbus spp.) and the mudfishes will probably spawn when the river rises due to rain or because of artificial flow management that stimulates spawning through increased flow. These species...read more
The yellowfish behavioral study involves the use of biotelemetry methods to monitor the daily and seasonal behavior of yellowfish in the Vaal River Pic: Dirk Le Roux Research Conducted by: Gordon O'Brien The University of Johannesburg (Centre for Aquatic Research –...read more
The 2007 technical report comprises 11 chapters, with an introduction followed by nine species accounts and a final chapter on invasive alien Yellowfishes in South Africa. Ichthyologists and conservation officials who have a sound knowledge The report concludes with...read more