Long-term retention of acoustic telemetry transmitters in temperate predators revealed by predation tags implanted in wild prey fish

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Abstract

Bloater Coregonus hoyi (n = 48) were implanted with V9DT-2x predation transmitters and monitored on 105 acoustic receivers in eastern Lake Ontario for >6 months. Twenty-three predation events were observed, with predator retention of tags ranging from ≤1 to ≥194 days and 30% of retentions lasting >150 days. Long tag retention times raise concerns for acoustic telemetry analysis and the health of piscivorous predators retaining tags.

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Klinard, N. V., Matley, J. K., Fisk, A. T., & Johnson, T. B. (2019). Long-term retention of acoustic telemetry transmitters in temperate predators revealed by predation tags implanted in wild prey fish. Journal of Fish Biology, 95(6), 1512–1516. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.14156

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