Mgr. Luděk Šlapanský


Position: PhD student
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Department: Research facility Brno
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E-mail: 270489mail.muni.cz

Publications

2017

Janáč M., Roche K., Šlapanský L., Polačik M., Jurajda P.: Long-term monitoring of native bullhead and invasive gobiids in the Danubian rip-rap zone, Hydrobiologia (2017) .

Mikl L., Adámek Z., Roche K., Všetičková L., Šlapanský L., Jurajda P.: Invasive Ponto-Caspian gobies in the diet of piscivorous fish in a European lowland river, Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv für Hydrobiologie 190 (2017) 157-171.

Mikl L., Adámek Z., Všetičková L., Janáč M., Roche K., Šlapanský L., Jurajda P.: Response of benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages to round (Neogobius melanostomus, Pallas 1814) and tubenose (Proterorhinus semilunaris, Heckel 1837) goby predation pressure, Hydrobiologia 785 (2017) 219-232.

Šlapanský L., Janáč M., Roche K., Mikl L., Jurajda P.: Expansion of round gobies in a non-navigable river system, Limnologica 67 (2017) 27-36.


2016

Adámek Z., Mrkvová M., Zukal J., Roche K., Mikl L., Šlapanský L., Janáč M., Jurajda P.: Environmental quality and natural food performance at feeding sites in a carp (Cyprinus carpio) pond, Aquaculture International 24 (2016) 1591-1606.

Šlapanský L., Jurajda P., Janáč M.: Early life stages of exotic gobiids as new hosts for unionid glochidia, Freshwater Biology 61 (2016) 979-990.


2015

Roche K., Janáč M., Šlapanský L., Mikl L., Kopeček L., Jurajda P.: A newly established round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) population in the upper stretch of the river Elbe, Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 416 (2015) 33.


2013

Janáč M., Šlapanský L., Valová Z., Jurajda P.: Downstream drift of round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) and tubenose goby (Proterorhinus semilunaris) in their non-native area, Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22 (2013) 430-438.


2011

Borcherding J., Staas S., Krüger S., Ondračková M., Šlapanský L., Jurajda P.: Non-native Gobiid species in the lower River Rhine (Germany): recent range extensions and densities, Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27 (2011) 153-155.