volume 10, issue 2, P409-415 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-62252012005000001
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Abstract: Juvenile freshwater dourados (Salminus brasiliensis Cuvier) were stocked in two batches of different size (61 and 133 individuals) with a time lag of 41 days in the headwaters of the Sinos River. A subsample of 25 fish was radio-tagged. Released juveniles displayed a density dependent dispersal pattern. During the first ten days mean covered distance of tagged batch 1 individuals (low density) was approximately 24 m d . O nível alto de movimentos na situação de maior densidade é visto como resultado da compet…

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