Friedrich Wolfgang Keppeler
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The morphology–diet relationship and its role in the coexistence of two species of annual fishes
FW Keppeler, LEK Lanés, AS Rolon, C Stenert, P Lehmann, M Reichard, ...
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 24 (1), 77-90, 2015
312015
Influence of protected areas on fish assemblages and fisheries in a large tropical river
FW Keppeler, G Hallwass, RAM Silvano
Oryx 51 (2), 268–279, 2017
282017
Land cover, riparian zones, and instream habitat influence stream fish assemblages in the eastern Amazon
LFA Montag, KO Winemiller, FW Keppeler, H Leão, NL Benone, ...
Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 1-13, 2019
252019
Abundance variations and life history traits of two sympatric species of Neotropical annual fish (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) in temporary ponds of southern Brazil
LEK Lanés, FW Keppeler, L Maltchik
Journal of Natural History 48 (31-32), 1971-1988, 2014
222014
Abundance, sex-ratio, length-weight relation, and condition factor of non-annual killifish Atlantirivulus riograndensis (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) in Lagoa …
LEK Lanés, FW Keppeler, L Maltchik
Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 42 (3), 2012
182012
Ecological influences of human population size and distance to urban centres on fish communities in tropical lakes
FW Keppeler, AC de Souza, G Hallwass, A Begossi, MC de Almeida, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 1-14, 2018
122018
The diet of Cynopoecilus fulgens Costa, (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) in Southern Brazil wetlands
FW Keppeler, LEK Lanés, AS Rolon, C Stenert, L Maltchik
Italian Journal of Zoology 80 (2), 291-302, 2013
112013
Seasonal variation in fish trophic networks in two clear-water streams in the Central Llanos region, Venezuela
CC Peterson, FW Keppeler, DE Saenz, LM Bower, KO Winemiller
Neotropical Ichthyology 15 (2), e160125, 2017
92017
The role of deterministic factors and stochasticity on the trophic interactions between birds and fish in temporary floodplain ponds
FW Keppeler, DA Cruz, G Dalponti, RP Mormul
Hydrobiologia 773 (1), 225-240, 2016
92016
Landscape and habitat characteristics associated with fish occurrence and richness in southern Brazil palustrine wetland systems
L Maltchik, LEK Lanés, FW Keppeler, AS Rolon, C Stenert
Environmental biology of fishes 97 (3), 297-308, 2014
92014
Is There a Relationship between Fish Cannibalism and Latitude or Species Richness?
LS Pereira, FW Keppeler, AA Agostinho, KO Winemiller
PLoS ONE 12 (1), 1-14, 2017
72017
The relationship between trophic level and body size in fishes depends on functional traits
FW Keppeler, CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Ecological Monographs 90 (4), e01415, 2020
52020
Functional and trophic diversity of fishes in the Mekong-3S river system: comparison of morphological and isotopic patterns
CG Montaña, C Ou, FW Keppeler, KO Winemiller
Environmental Biology of Fishes 103 (2), 185-200, 2020
52020
Effects of hydrology on fish diversity and assemblage structure in a Texan coastal plains river
LM Bower, FW Keppeler, ER Cunha, Y Quintana, DE Saenz, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2019
42019
Non-lethal effects of a native and a non-native piscivorous fish on the interaction between a mesopredator and benthic and pelagic invertebrates.
BRS Figueiredo, LF Fiori, FW Keppeler, RP Mormul, E Benedito
Aquatic Invasions 13 (4), 2018
32018
What makes a good catch? Effects of variables from individual to regional scales on tropical small-scale fisheries
FW Keppeler, G Hallwass, F Santos, LHT da Silva, RAM Silvano
Fisheries Research 229, 105571, 2020
22020
Incorporating indirect pathways in body size–trophic position relationships
FW Keppeler, KO Winemiller
Oecologia 194 (1), 177-191, 2020
12020
Can ancestry and morphology be used as surrogates for species niche relationships?
FW Keppeler, KO Winemiller
Ecology and evolution 10 (13), 6562-6578, 2020
12020
Seasonal hydrology influences energy channels in food webs of rivers in the lower Okavango Delta
T Bokhutlo, FW Keppeler, KO Winemiller
2021
UNTANGLING FOOD WEBS: IDENTIFICATION OF DRIVERS AND MAJOR PATTERNS IN PREDATOR-PREY INTERACTIONS
FW Keppeler
2020
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