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References Arts M. T., Evans M. S., Robarts R. D. 1992 - Seasonal patterns of total and energy reserve lipids of dominant zooplanktonic crustaceans from a hyper-eutrophic lake - Oecologia 90: 560-571. Bottrell H. H., Duncan A., Gliwicz Z. M., Grygierek E., Herzig A., Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Kurosawa H., Larsson P., Węgleńska T. 1976 - A review of some problems in zooplankton production studies - Norw. J. Zool. 24: 419-456. Ciepielewski W. 2000 - Herbivorous fish in two of the most intensely heated lakes of the Konin complex - Komun. Ryb. 5: 11-17 (in Polish

The Significance of Stone Moroko, Pseudorasbora Parva (Temminck and Schlegel), in the Small-Sized Fish Assemblages in the Littoral Zone of the Heated Lake Licheńskie

The aim of the study was to determine changes in the seasonal abundance of stone moroko, Pseudorasbora parva (Temminck and Schlegel), and to identify the role this alien species plays in the littoral zone of a heated lake. This study also aimed at defining the habitat preferences of this species and describing the relations between the relative abundance of stone moroko and the occurrence of submerged vegetation. A significant dependence was determined of the degree to which the lake bottom is covered with macrophytes and the occurrence of stone moroko. The fish caught belonged to 14 species and 2 families. Stone moroko preferred habitats that were abundantly overgrown with submerged vegetation and avoided areas devoid of macrophytes. Thus, as the bottom cover increased, so did the relative number of this fish. In light of habitat availability and its food preferences, the abundant occurrence of this species poses a serious threat to the endemic ichthyofauna.

-native fish species in heated lakes: Origins and present status – Arch. Pol. Fish. 23: 121-129. Koblickaya A.F. 1966 – A key for determination of young fishes of the Volga estuary – Publishing house Nauka, Moskva: 1-166 (in Russian). Krabbenhoft T.J., Platania S.P., Turner T.F. 2014 – Interannual variation in reproductive phenology in a riverine fish assemblage: implications for predicting the effects of climate change and altered flow regimes – Freshw. Biol. 59: 1744-1754. Lyons J., Rypel A.L., Rasmussen P.W., Burzynski T.E., Eggold B.T., Myers J.T., Paoli T.J., McIntyre P

References Brylinska M. 2000 - Freshwater fishes of Poland - Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa: 338-339 (in Polish). Ciepielewski W. 2000 - Commercial catches. Biomass of several fish species in two heated Konin lakes stocked with grass and silver carp - Komun. Ryb. 5: 11-17 (in Polish). Ciepielewski W. 2001 - Herbivorous fish in two of the most intensely heated lakes in the Konin complex - Komun. Ryb. 5: 11-17 (in Polish). Cucherousset J., Olden J.D. 2011 - Ecological impacts of non-native freshwater fishes - Fisheries 36: 215-230. Dudgeon D., Arthington A

, productivity and trophic efficiency in the zooplankton community of heated lakes near Konin (Poland) - Ekol. pol. 36: 5-21. Kraszewski A., Zdanowski B. 2001 - The distribution and abundance of the Chinese mussel Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) in the heated Konin lakes - Arch. Pol. Fish. 9: 253-265. Margalef R. 1958 - Temporal succession and spatial heterogeneity in phytoplankton - In: Perspectives in Marine Biology (Ed.) A. Buzzati-Traverso, University of California Press, Berkeley: 323-349. Morduchaj-Boltovskoj F. D. 1975a - Probljemy vlijanija tjeplovych i atomnych

-222. Protasov A. A., Starodub K. D., Afanasjev S. A. 1982 - Vodolaznyj metod issledowanija presnovodnogo perifitona - Gidrobiol Ż . 18: 91-93 (in Russian). Protasov A. A., Zdanowski B., Sinicyna O. O., Afanasjev S. A. 1994 - Composition and functioning of benthic communites - Arch. Pol. Fish . 2: 257-284. Protasov A. A., Zdanowski B., Sinicyna O. O, Afanasjev S. A., Tunowski J. 1997 - Structure and functioning of zooperiphyton and benthos communities of the channels of heated lakes of konińskie district - Arch. Pol. Fish . 5: 77-99. Prus T. 1998 - Characteristics of

studies of the heated lakes near Konin, UAM Poznań, Ser. Biol. 6: 51-58 (in Polish). Gąbka M. 2002 - Vallisneria spiralis (Hydrocharitaceae) a new species among Polish flora - Fragm. Flor. Geobot. Polonica 9: 67-73 (in Polish). Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Simm A. T. 1988 - Spatial pattern of temperature, oxygen and nutrient concentration in two lakes of different heated-water discharge systems - Ekol. pol. 36: 165-182. Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Zdanowski B. 1988 - Main changes in the Konin lake system (Poland) under the effect of heated-water discharge pollution and

References Bogacka-K apusta E. & Kapusta A. 2013. Spatial and diurnal distribution of Cladocera in beds of invasive Vallisneria spiralis and open water in heated lake. Acta Zool. Bulg. 65(2): 225-231. Briand J. F., Leboulanger C., Humbert J. F., Bernard C. & Dufour P. 2004. Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Cyanobacteria) invasion at midlatitudes: selection, wide physiological tolerance, or global warming? J. Phycol. 40:231-238. Burchardt L. 1977. Changes in the phytoplankton composition of Lake Pątnowskie - a receiving basin for heated waters and sugar processing

Ciliates on the Macrophytes in Industrially Heated Lakes (Kujawy Lakeland, Poland)

The ciliate assemblage on the macrophytes was examined in 2005 during the vegetation period in the Konińskie Lakes which are heating by post-cooling waters from thermal electric plants. As a result of changed temperature regimen the alien thermophilic macrophyte Vallisneria spiralis is becoming increasingly common in the littoral zone. A total of 150 ciliate taxa belonging to 27 orders were found. Greater ciliate species diversity was found on architecturally complex, submerged forms such as Ceratophyllum demersum and Myriophyllum spicatum. By contrast the ciliate compositions on emergent macrophytes with simple architecture in their submerged parts, such as Typha, Sparganium, or Acorus, were less species rich. Despite the simple architecture of Vallisneria leaves, the ciliate diversity on them was high. The results show that replacement of native macrophytes by the alien form V. spiralis in heated lakes did not impoverish the ciliate diversity.

changes in the Konin lakes system (Poland) under the effect of heated-water discharge pollution and fishery - Ekol. Pol. 36: 23-45. Hutorowicz A., Hutorowicz J., Brzozowska R. 2007 - Chemical composition of the top-layer bottom deposits from underneath assemblages of the subtropical species Vallisneria spiralis L. in the phytolittoral zone of two heated lakes - Arch. Pol. Fish. 15: 457-464. Jeppesen E., Kronvang B., Meerhoff M., S_ndergaard M., Hansen K.M., Andersen H.E., Lauridsen T.L., Liboriussen L., Beklio_lu M., Ozen A., Olesen J. E. 2009 - Climate change effects