RipRap article on Southern Purple-Spotted Gudgeon
An article on some of the work that Michael and I have done over the past few years on the conservation of Southern Purple-Spotted Gudgeon in the Lower Murray appeared in the 34th edition of RipRap, which focused on ‘bringing back native fish’. RipRap is a magazine that collates and synthesises river science and practice in ways that make it relevant and applicable for policy-makers and practitioners alike. It’s a good avenue to highlight native fish conservation work being conducted by Aquasave.
A copy of the paper is attached here.