Data from: Life history change in response to fishing and an introduced predator in the East African cyprinid Rastrineobola argentea

Diana M. T. Sharpe, Silvester B. Wandera & Lauren J. Chapman
Fishing and introduced species are among the most important stressors affecting freshwaters, and can be important selective agents. We examined the combined effects of commercial fishing and an introduced predator (Nile perch, Lates niloticus) on life history traits in an African cyprinid fish (Rastrineobola argentea) native to the Lake Victoria basin in East Africa. To understand whether these two stressors have driven shifts in life history traits of R. argentea, we tested for associations between...
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