Peer Reviewed Articles 2022

Peer-reviewed publications by SAIAB Scientists, Honorary Research Associates and Postgraduate Students using SAIAB’s address - 2022.

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Amorim, P. F., Katz, A. M., Ottoni, F. P., & de Bragança, P. H. N. (2022). Genetic Structure of the Mangrove Killifish Kryptolebias hermaphroditus Costa, 2011 (Cyprinodontiformes: Aplocheiloidei) Supports A Wide Connection among its Populations. Zoological Studies, 61.
Bailey, L. A., Childs, A. R., James, N. C., Winkler, A., & Potts, W. M. (2022). Links between behaviour and metabolic physiology in fishes in the Anthropocene. In Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
Barkhuizen, L. M., Madzivanzira, T. C., & South, J. (2022). Population ecology of a wild population of red swamp crayfish Procambarus clarkii (Girard, 1852) in the Free State Province, South Africa and implications for eradication efforts. BioInvasions Records, 11(1). 
Cerrilla, C., Afrika, J., Impson, D., Jordaan, M. S., Kotze, N., Paxton, B. R., Reed, C., Schumann, M., van der Walt, J. A., & Shelton, J. M. (2022). Rapid population decline in one of the last recruiting populations of the endangered Clanwilliam sandfish (Labeo seeberi): The roles of climate change and non-native fish. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.
Chakona, A., Jordaan, M. S., Raimondo, D. C., Bills, R. I., Skelton, P. H., & van der Colff, D. (2022). Diversity, distribution and extinction risk of native freshwater fishes of South Africa. Journal of Fish Biology.
Dalu, T., Cuthbert, R. N., Moyo, S., Wasserman, R. J., Chari, L. D., Weyl, O. L. F., & Jackson, M. C. (2022). Invasive carp alter trophic niches of consumers and basal resources in African reservoirs. Science of the Total Environment, 813.
Dalu, T., Cuthbert, R. N., Methi, M. J., Dondofema, F., Chari, L. D., & Wasserman, R. J. (2022). Drivers of aquatic macroinvertebrate communities in a Ramsar declared wetland system. Science of the Total Environment, 818.
Dalu, T., Cuthbert, R. N., Weyl, O. L. F., & Wasserman, R. J. (2022). Community structure and environmental factors affecting diatom abundance and diversity in a Mediterranean climate river system. Science of the Total Environment, 810.
Daly, R., Jordaan, G. L., Parker, D., Cliff, G., Nkabi, N., Kyle, R., Fennessy, S. T., & Mann, B. Q. (2022). Movement patterns and catch trends of the diamond ray Gymnura natalensis (Dasyatidae) in South African waters. African Journal of Marine Science, 44(1).
de Necker, L., Gerber, R., van Vuren, J., Wepener, V., Smit, N. J., & Brendonck, L. (2022). Temporal dynamics of a subtropical floodplain pool after 2 years of supra-seasonal drought: a mesocosm study. Hydrobiologia849(3).
Diedericks, G., Broeckhoven, C., von der Heyden, S., Weyl, O. L. F., & Hui, C. (2022). The Role of Directed Dispersal in Driving Genetic and Morphological Structure in Invasive Smallmouth Bass. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9. 

Dutton, H. R., DuPreez, L. H., Urabe, M., & Bullard, S. A. (2022). Paraharmotrema karinganiense n. gen., n. sp. (Digenea: Liolopidae) infecting the intestine of serrated hinged terrapin (Pelusios sinuatus), east African black mud turtle (Pelusios subniger), and South African helmeted turtle (Pelomedusa galeata) and a phylogenetic hypothesis for liolopid genera. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 17 (43-52). 

Elston, C., Cowley, P. D., von Brandis, R. G., & Lea, J. (2022). Stingray Habitat Use Is Dynamically Influenced by Temperature and Tides. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8. 

Fujiwara, K., Psomadakis, P. N., Swe, T. Y. Y., & Motomura, H. (2022). First records of the two gobies, Cryptocentrus shigensis and Priolepis profunda (Actinopterygii: Gobiiformes: Gobiidae), from the Andaman Sea. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 52(1). 
Harden-Davies, H., Amon, D. J., Chung, T. R., Gobin, J., Hanich, Q., Hassanali, K., Jaspars, M., Pouponneau, A., Soapi, K., Talma, S., & Vierros, M. (2022). How can a new UN ocean treaty change the course of capacity building? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 
Harnoster, F., du Preez, L. H., & Svitin, R. (2022). Three new species of Cosmocerca Diesing, 1861 (Nematoda: Cosmocercidae) parasitising frogs Cacosternum boettgeri Boulenger, 1882, Kassina senegalensis Dumeril and Bibron, 1841 and Phrynomantis bifasciatus Smith, 1847 from South Africa. Parasitology Research, 121(2). 
Heyns-Veale, E. R., Bernard, A. T. F., Midgley, J. M., & Herbert, D. G. (2022). The distribution of offshore benthic molluscs provides new insight into South Africa’s marine biogeography. Ocean and Coastal Management, 217.
Jabado, R. W., Ebert, D. A., & al Dhaheri, S. S. (2022). Resolution of the Aetomylaeus nichofii species complex, with the description of a new eagle ray species from the northwest Indian Ocean and a key to the genus Aetomylaeus (Myliobatiformes: Myliobatidae). Marine Biodiversity, 52(2).
Kakehashi, R., Hemmi, K., Landman, W., Furuno, N., Preez, L. du, Minter, L., & Kurabayashi, A. (2022). Better than mere attraction – adhesive properties of skin secretion in the Common Rain Frog, Breviceps adspersus.
Salamandra, 58(1). 
Leuci, R., Wiles, E., Thackeray, Z., & Vella, G. (2022). Trends in sandy beach variability EThekwini Municipality, South Africa. Journal of Sea Research, 179. 

Klein, J. D., Asbury, T. A., da Silva, C., Hull, K. L., Dicken, M. L., Gennari, E., Maduna, S. N., & Bester-van der Merwe, A. E. (2022). Site fidelity and shallow genetic structure in the common smooth-hound shark Mustelus mustelus confirmed by tag-recapture and genetic data. Journal of Fish Biology, 100(1).
Madzivanzira, T. C., Weyl, O. L. F., & South, J. (2022). Ecological and potential socioeconomic impacts of two globally-invasive crayfish. NeoBiota, 72. 
Makherana, F., Cuthbert, R. N., Dondofema, F., Wasserman, R. J., Chauke, G. M., Munyai, L. F., & Dalu, T. (2022). Distribution, drivers and population structure of the invasive alien snail Tarebia granifera in the Luvuvhu system, South Africa. River Research and Applications. 

Matley, J. K., Klinard, N. v., Barbosa Martins, A. P., Aarestrup, K., Aspillaga, E., Cooke, S. J., Cowley, P. D., Heupel, M. R., Lowe, C. G., Lowerre-Barbieri, S. K., Mitamura, H., Moore, J. S., Simpfendorfer, C. A., Stokesbury, M. J. W., Taylor, M. D., Thorstad, E. B., Vandergoot, C. S., & Fisk, A. T. (2022). Global trends in aquatic animal tracking with acoustic telemetry. In Trends in Ecology and Evolution 37(1), 79-94. 

McInturf, A. G., Muhling, B., Bizzarro, J. J., Fangue, N. A., Ebert, D. A., Caillaud, D., & Dewar, H. (2022). Spatial Distribution, Temporal Changes, and Knowledge Gaps in Basking Shark (Cetorhinus maximus) Sightings in the California Current Ecosystem. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. 
Munyai, L. F., Dalu, T., Wasserman, R. J., Mugwedi, L., Dondofema, F., O’brien, G., & Cuthbert, R. N. (2022). Functional Responses and Additive Multiple Predator Effects of Two Common Wetland Fish. Water (Switzerland), 14(5). 

Pattrick, P., Minguzzi, M., Weidberg, N., & Porri, F. (2022). Ecological value of the earliest human manipulated coastal habitats: Preliminary insights into the nursery function of a pre-colonial stonewalled fish trap in South Africa. Regional Studies in Marine Science, 52.
Phaka, F. M., Vanhove, M. P. M., du Preez, L. H., & Hugé, J. (2022). Reviewing taxonomic bias in a megadiverse country: primary biodiversity data, cultural salience, and scientific interest of South African animals. In Environmental Reviews (Vol. 30, Issue 1). 
Schedel, F. D. B., Chakona, A., Sidlauskas, B. L., Popoola, M. O., Usimesa Wingi, N., Neumann, D., Vreven, E. J. W. M. N., & Schliewen, U. K. (2022). New phylogenetic insights into the African catfish families Mochokidae and Austroglanididae. Journal of Fish Biology. 
Stauffer, J. R., Chirwa, E. R., Jere, W., Konings, A. F., Tweddle, D., & Weyl, O. (2022). Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (Teleostei: Cichlidae): a threat to native fishes of Lake Malawi? In Biological Invasions.
Weiss, S. E., Emami-Khoyi, A., Kaiser, H., Cowley, P. D., James, N. C., Jansen van Vuuren, B., Whitfield, A. K., & Teske, P. R. (2022). The Last Two Remaining Populations of the Critically Endangered Estuarine Pipefish Are Inbred and Not Genetically Distinct. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8. 

Wiles, E., Loureiro, C., & Cawthra, H. (2022). Shoreline variability and coastal vulnerability: Mossel Bay, South Africa. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 268.