Deliberate introductions have also been followed by accidental escape and dispersal to other waters, as has been reported by Boeseman (1975) in the Netherlands, where it was introduced from Hungary. Dokuchaeva, S. I., 2011. Genetic structure and phylogeography of European catfish (Silurus glanis) populations. They can be identified by 6 barbels, 2 long ones on each side of the mouth and 4 shorter ones from the lower jaw. (2011) reported that in the Camargue in Southern France, S. glanis consumption was not a threat to eel distribution, as their diet was mainly omnivorous. Effects of the dietary protein and lipid levels on growth and body composition of bagrid catfish, Pseudobagrus fulvidraco. Removal of wels catfish from unlicensed lakes appears to be a priority for the Environment Agency in England and Wales, although how successful these measures are in practice has yet to be ascertained. Incubation lasts about 50 hours at 24°C. The flattened snout with spaced apart nostrils and long barbels on either side of the upper jaw, and 4 shorter barbels on the lower jaw, indicate that S. glanis sense their prey by highly sensitive chemical and olfactory sensors on their barbels and nostrils rather than by vision, as their eyes are small; this can be related to their benthic habitat ecology (Copp et al., 2009). © Copyright 2021 CAB International. Migration to European rivers including the Danube, Dnieper and Volga was via the Caspian, Black and Aral seas. S. glanis is robust enough during transport (even in minimal water and over considerable distances) to be translocated to areas outside its native geographical range (Copp et al., 2009). On compte aujourd'hui 14 espèces identifiées de silures (genre Silurus) dont la plus connue est le silure glane. Technical Proceedings of the Conference on Aquaculture in the Third Millennium, Bangkok, Thailand, February 2000. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Length at first maturity is 39-71 cm. S. glanis is a robust species regarding transference outside its native range, and exhibits tolerance to low oxygen levels in water. Density-dependent and inter-specific interactions affecting European eel settlement in freshwater habitats. Description : Le corps du silure glane est long et puissant ressemblant à celui du poisson chat. (Ucinkovitost dodatka polizyma na rast somovskog mlada (Silurus glanis) u kaveznom uzgoju). They can also use holes or burrows of clay and muddy bottom substrate of lakes and ponds and are often hidden among dense macrophyte cover. However, many aspects of behaviour are still unknown, and Valadou (2007) suggests that virtually all aspects of the biology of introduced S. glanis require study. Studies on wels catfish (Silurus glanis) development during cold season as an auxiliary species in sturgeon recirculated aquaculture systems. Oxford, UK: Fishing News Books, 46-57, Slavík O, Horký P, Bartoš L, Kolárová J, Randák T, 2007. There is considerable research on growth of S. glanis in aquaculture (Harka, 1984; Hilge, 1984, 1985; Mareš et al. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Copp et al. The wels catfish S. glanis is part of the family Siluridae, a group of freshwater fish native to Europe, Asia and Africa. In: Subasinghe, R. P., Bueno, P. B., Phillips, M. J., Hough, C., McGladdery, S. E., Arthur, J. R., eds. Establishment may be more sporadic in northern countries such as Belgium and the UK where temperatures are less favourable (Elvira, 2001; Britton and Pegg, 2007). The culture of the European catfish S. glanis in the Czech Republic and in France. Growth and diet of European catfish S. glanis in early and late invasion stages. ©Dieter Florian/via wikipedia - CC BY-SA 3.0 DE. The diet of small juveniles is sometimes almost entirely invertebrates, but can also be composed of benthic or mid-water column organisms such as Chironomidae, and during their first year S. glanis take an increasing proportion of young-of-the-year (YoY) fish. [ISBN 90-71625-03-6], Hilge, V, 1984. Ulikowski, D., Szczepkowski, M., Szczepkowska, B., 2003. Status Review Report of 5 Species of Foreign Sturgeon. 2009Bevacqua et al. Eaux Libres, 38:19-21. > 10°C, Cold average temp. Control management options for S. glanis vary according to assessment of severity of risk. Son nom scientifique est Amiurus nebulosus Le silure est un poisson parfois nommé à tort poisson-chat. C'est un super prédateur des rivières, opportuniste, adaptable et capable d'apprentissage. 2012). Reproductive success in male sunbleak, a recent invasive fish species in the UK. of coldest month > 0°C and < 18°C, mean warmest month > 10°C, Cf - Warm temperate climate, wet all year, Warm average temp. The influence of temperature on the growth of the European catfish (Silurus glanis). > 10°C, Cold average temp. On the sheat fish of the Netherlands, Silurus glanis Linnaeus. Dediu, L., Docan, A., Cristea, V., Grecu, I., 2010. Filet de Silure. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. It is also established in Italy, Syria, Portugal, Croatia, Turkey, the UK, France, the Netherlands and China, although ecological impact here is unknown. C’est un poisson carnassier opportuniste qui se nourrit de poissons, d’écrevisses, de mollusques, d’insectes et plus rarement d’oiseaux aquatiques, de grenouilles ou encore de rongeurs. 1998; Zaykov and Hubenova-Siderova, 1998; Prokés et al., 1999; Grozev et al., 2000; Bogut et al., 2002; Paschos et al., 2004; Kim et al., 2005; Dediu et al., 2010; Alp et al., 2011; Jamróz et al., 2008; Muscalu et al., 2010), and on food conversion of cultured S. glanis (particularly using meal pellets), e.g. Preferred habitats are slow flowing lowland rivers, backwaters, shallow channels in floodplains and weed covered lakes. L’introduction récente et sans aucune autorisation, faut-il le rappeler, du silure glane dans l’ensemble du réseau hydrographique pour satisfaire une poignée de pêcheurs, amateurs du « catch and release », n’a donné lieu à aucune sanction, alors que ce grand prédateur n’est pas inactif dans les cours d’eau. Studies on the growth of sheatfish (Silurus glanis L.) in river Tisza. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus., Agrarian Science Series: 2:75-86. Fonds des eaux profondes et calmes des fleuves et rivières d'Europe jusqu'au centre de l'Asie. Une partie de la mythologie et de la littérature sur le silure glane lui donne des proportions stupéfiantes, ce qui reste à établir scientifiquement, quand Aristote décrivait un poisson beaucoup plus petit, sans qu'il soit possible d'affirmer qu'il s'agissait bien de cette espèce. Aquaculture development trends in Europe. Silure glane — Wikipédi . Wels catfish are also hosts of specialist parasites such as Trichodina siluri, Myxobolus miyarii, Leptorhynchoides plagicephalus and Pseudotracheliastes stellifer which may be detrimental to native fish survival (Copp et al. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 16(3), 398-405., Hamackova J, Szlaminska M, Kouril M, Vachta J, Stibranyiova I, 1997. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 18(1), 1-6. doi: 10.1046/j.1439-0426.2002.00304.x. Fish stock assessment of Lake Schulen, Flanders: a comparison between 1988 and 1999. 2012). The predicted increase of water temperatures of 2-3ºC by 2050 as a result of climate change is likely to amplify the risk of establishment and breeding success in the UK and other northern countries (Rahel and Olden, 2008; Britton et al., 2010). Présentation de Silurus glanis (Silure glane) : noms scientifiques et vernaculaires, statut de protection (listes rouges, réglementations), statut biologique en France Métropolitaine, données historiques et … [English title not available]. The mitochondrial genome of the European catfish Silurus glanis (Siluriformes, Siluridae). Gozlan et al. A “do nothing” approach is advocated in low risk situations, whereas removal or containment are considered options in higher risk situations. Public Domain - Released by Yuriy75/via wikipedia - CC0. pond cultivation. Néanmoins, un courant plus soutenu ne le Ecological Applications, 16(6):2313-2324., Copp GH, Britton JR, Cucherousset J, García-Berthou E, Kirk R, Peeler E, Stakenas S, 2009. [Unpublished report], Ricciardi A, Steiner WWM, Mack RN, Simberloff D, 2000. Firstly they may increase competition for habitats of native fish, including the critically endangered eel (Anguilla anguilla). Cornol, Switzerland: Publications Kottelat, 646 pp, Krieg F, Estoup A, Triantafyllidis A, Guyomard R, 1999. Introduction of S. glanis for aquaculture and enhancement of sport angling is common. The addition of wels catfish in recreational catch and release fisheries is likely to have a beneficial revenue effect. 3 paires de barbillons aux coins de la bouche dont une très longue. Aquaculture Research, 35(1), 97-99. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2109.2004.00983.x, Penil C, 2004. Males have running milt 30-40 days before spawning and produce sperm for relatively long periods, with a gradual, extended duration of spermatozoa discharge (Shikhshabekov, 1978). Larval and juvenile stages of introduced fish are most susceptible to predation due to small size (Gozlan et al. It appears to establish relatively easily after introduction, especially in warmer climates such as around the Mediterranean (Crivelli, 1995). Although the genetic structure and phylogeography have been studied in its native range, there is little information known about the genetic characteristics of S. glanis in its introduced range (Copp et al., 2009). (2009) say that it is most common in the River Ebro, Spain, in the 130 km between its point of introduction in 1974 and the Ebro delta, and suggest that natural dispersal is likely to be slow and density dependent. Within these habitats the fish prefer benthic woody tree root habitats and stony crevices for refuge and cover. 2013,, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. 2001). There is intensive daytime use of littoral habitat, resting within dense vegetation (Copp et al., 2009). Aquaculture: a biotechnology in progress: volume 1. International Conference: Aquaculture Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2-5 Jun 1987. Species and size selectivity of European cat-fish (Silurus glanis) to natural food when reared in aquarium to one month of age. There is potential for dispersal during hydrological events (Slavik et al., 2007). Le silure glane aime les eaux chaudes, la température de son habitat doit faire au moins 20° C en été. Status and development tendencies of freshwater aquaculture production in Bulgaria. Fisheries for non-native species in England: angling or the environment? They are a demersal species, find refuge in crevices and woody root habitats, and prefer slow flowing rivers and weedy covered, vegetated lakes. Le silure glane est un poisson d'eau douce originaire des pays de l'Est et notamment du Danube. français: Silure glane hrvatski: Som magyar: Európai harcsa Ido: Siluro íslenska: Fengrani italiano: Siluro d'Europa 日本語: ヨーロッパオオナマズ ქართული: ლოქო қазақша: Жайын Lëtzebuergesch: Europäesche Wels lingála: Ngɔlɔ lietuvių: Paprastasis šamas latviešu: Sams According to Linhart et al. De forme allongée, le silure glane possède une peau brun-olive à noir avec le dessous du ventre plus jaune et de longs barbillons aux nombres de 6. Espèces ressemblantes . Son habitat naturel est l'Amérique du Nord. S. glanis is in the lower range of the high risk score of FISK, although these scores are variable and likely to change in relation to the context of environmental factors affecting risk (Copp et al., 2005)., Naylor RL, Williams SL, Strong DR, 2001. Homogenization dynamics and introduction routes of invasive freshwater fish in the Iberian Peninsula. Aquatic Living Resources, 15:139-144, Marcel J, 1980. 2003; Carol et al. There is a risk that wels catfish may impact on native fauna for a number of reasons. Activity peaks during the night, with nocturnal foraging motivated by hunger stimuli. SOIGNEUR D'UN JOUR / RENCONTRES AVEC LES SOIGNEURS, SPECTACLE D'OISEAUX EN VOL ET/OU FAUCONNERIE, Présence d’un hébergement sur le lieu. Fish and Fisheries, 10(3):252-282., Copp GH, Garthwaite R, Gozlan RE, 2005. Conservation Biology, 22(3):521-533., Rees EMA, 2010. (2002) investigated the genetic structure of S. glanis across most of its natural distribution using 10 microsatellite loci. 2003), and also overwintering mortality as S. glanis larvae are unable to survive low temperatures <13ºC (David, 2006; Copp et al. Another reason for introductions is as a biocontrol agent for controlling cyprinid fish. Natural predators of S. glanis include otters (Lutra lutra), cormorants and waders, and other predatory fish such as pike (Esox lucius) and zander (Sander lucioperca). The sexual cycles of the catfish S. glanis, pike E. lucius, perch P. fluviatilis and pike-perch L. lucioperca. Wels catfish are carriers of viral pathogens, namely spring viraemia of carp (SVC) and European sheatfish virus (ESV), which may adversely impact native fish including salmonids and amphibians. In April 2012, accidental flooding from licensed lakes containing wels catfish into flood valleys of the River Colne and Chelmer in East Anglia were being investigated. Secondly, catfish are opportunistic foragers, able to switch their feeding to the most suitable resource available. Silure glane Poissons / Ostariophysien . The wels catfish S. glanis is part of the family Siluridae, a group of freshwater fish native to Europe, Asia and Africa. Preliminary telemetry data on the patterns and habitat use of European catfish (Silurus glanis) in a reservoir of the River Ebro, Spain. S. glanis has a broad omnivorous diet, including invertebrates and vertebrates such as small rodents. Following introduction outside its native range, the wels catfish has become established in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Spain, Denmark and Tunisia with some ecological effects., FAO, 2012. Zaikov, A., Iliev, I., Hubenova, T., 2008. Freshwater Biology, 55(5):1130-1141., Britton JR, Pegg J, 2007. Aquaculture - a gateway for exotic species. Introductions to rivers in Spain have resulted in abundant populations in four river basins, where catfish can reach large sizes > 1 m (Carol et al., 2009). Use of frozen zooplankton in the intense rearing of European catfish (Silurus glanis L.) larvae. Routes of introduction of S. glanis include recreational angling, aquaculture and also use as a biological control agent for cyprinid fish, with certain pathways being more frequent in some countries; for example, the species is predominantly farmed in aquaculture in Italy, Romania, Poland and the Netherlands, but used mainly to enhance recreational angling in the UK. S. glanis is a popular fish among anglers because of its large size and relatively frequent capture. Pairing up of males and females commences during migration as they proceed to compete for best spawning grounds in the reach of the river and in heavily vegetated lakes. Consumer popularity of cultured S. glanis has remained low (Varadi et al. 2009). Ce comportement peut cependant évoluer exceptionnellement, comme mis en évidence par une étude sur des silures du Tarn chassant en pleine journée des pigeons venus s'abreuver sur les rives de la rivière [5], [6] en se projetant hors de l'eau. The different routes of introduction are pertinent regarding release of non-native fish, as some routes such as angling have a greater risk of unregulated transfer activities from fishermen in unsupervised lakes. Other examples of depressed foraging activity and growth were reported at water temperatures <15ºC as fish were unable to metabolise food at temperatures <10ºC and were sedentary to minimise energy expenditure (Boujard, 1995). Consent is usually not granted for open waters, although enclosed waters are permitted (Britton and Pegg, 2007; Copp et al., 2009). > 10°C, Cold average temp. Diel rhythms of feeding activity in the European catfish, Silurus glanis. According to Linhart et al. Le silure glane. Some angling introductions are unregulated and illegal, with S. glanis transferred to unlicensed lakes in the UK that do not meet the ILFA (Import of Live Fish Act) criteria set by the Environment Agency because of risks concerning flooding and the likelihood of entry to nearby rivers. A review of the environmental biology of European catfish Silurus glanis in its native and introduced ranges. A model of isolation by distance seems more probable and a hypothesis of recent dispersion from only one glacial refugium around the Ponto-Caspian region is proposed. Il est originaire d'Europe centrale (Danube, Dniepr et Volga). Tête aplatie, 6 barbillons très sensibles. Native to eastern Europe and western Asia it is now established in several countries to the west and south of its native range. Science (Washington), 290(5491), 516-518. doi: 10.1126/science.290.5491.516, Hickley P, Chare S, 2004. The species was later introduced to Spain in the twentieth century and reintroduced to Belgium, Netherlands and France. Penil (2004) suggests that it may expand its range by movement in man-made canal networks. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0050840, Czarnecki, M., Andrzejewski, W., Mastynski, J., 2012. Females deposit eggs at 30,000 per kg of body weight. In the UK, the government has developed an environmental risk strategy including risk identification, risk assessment, risk management and risk review and reporting. 2010). 1996; Ulikowski et al. size, growth rate, survival rate, and reproductive success. Habitat et comportement., Gozlan RE, Flower CJ, Pinder AC, 2003. Since 1975, it has been farmed for its meat in pond cultures in Italy and former Yugoslavia, and also in its native range in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Lithuania (and also Belarus -- Dokuchayeva, 2011) where it is considered an expensive meat delicacy. Current Frontiers in Cryopreservation, 13:254-267, Boujard T, 1995. Assessing the effects of climate change on aquatic invasive species. A potential beneficial ecological effect is that S. glanis can predate on signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus), which is an invasive species in Europe that is adversely effecting native crayfish populations (Carol et al., 2009; Copp et al., 2009). The revealed that levels of genetic diversity were much higher than previous allozyme and restriction fragment length polymorphism mitochondrial DNA analyses had shown. Polish Journal of Natural Sciences, 23(4), 850-857. doi: 10.2478/v10020-008-0008-0, Kim LeeOh, Lee SangMin, 2005. There are 100 species from 12 genera in the family. Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvancilik Dergisi, 28:613-622, Alp, A., Kara, C., Üçkardes, F., Carol, J., García-Berthou, E., 2011. Voiture de batman prix. FishBase. Silurus glanis (wels catfish); line caught adult. Testicles in males are a pair of glands in the dorsal main cavity, white when mature, but pink when developing (Shikhshabekov, 1978). Copp G H, Britton J R, Cucherousset J, García-Berthou E, Kirk R, Peeler E, Stakėnas S, 2009. Source : Zapping Sauvage. Native populations extend from Germany to Eastern Europe including Poland and southern Sweden, and also from northern Iran and southern Turkey to the Baltic states and Russia, and to the Aral sea of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan (Copp et al., 2009). (Hamáčková et al., 1993; Bogut et al., 1995; Filipiak et al., 1997; Mareš et al., 2003), but there is little data available about growth using forage fish as food in natural ponds (Zaikov et al., 2008; Cirkovic, 2012). Impact potentiels. Previous studies of cultured S. glanis in central and eastern Europe indicated that this species is capable of rapid growth in warm waters >20ºC (Linhart et al. The mitochondrial genome has 16,526 base pairs containing 37 genes, of which 13 genes are for protein synthesis, 22 tRNAs and 2rRNAs, and a control region which functions in the same way as other vertebrate mtDNAs. by Cowx, I. G.]. Growth is an integrating variable of fish physiology and behaviour, and reduced growth can result from a variety of factors: food abundance, fish age, social hierarchy, change in water temperature, habitat and increased energy expenditures (Zaikov et al. The routes used to introduce non-native fish species are closely related to the nature and extent of different anthropogenic activities such as aquaculture, research, pest control and also recreational fishing. The tiny dorsal fin on its upper body, rounded caudal fin and strong upper body assist the swimming motion. Since 1975, it has been farmed for its meat in pond cultures in Italy and former Yugoslavia, and also in its native range in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Lithuania (and also Belarus -- Dokuchayeva, 2011), where the species is considered an expensive meat delicacy. Overall, the tipping point temperature indicator for growth among cultured S. glanis appeared to be >20ºC and at these temperatures fish can gain ~ 4kg within 2yrs, in contrast to depressed growth at lower temperatures (Gullu et al. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 23:654-660, Carol J, Zamora L, García-Berthou E, 2007. The sheer size of this fish has also attracted scuba-divers to some lakes where it has been introduced in the Netherlands (and probably elsewhere), which also generates local revenue. Molecular Ecology, 11:1039-1055. Eggs are protected by mucous and stickiness. Erik Truffaz Quarte ; Gites de groupe de 16 à 24 couchages en Franc ; Eco-habitat : petites annonces courtes et gratuites - page 1 ; Actualités Commune de Saint-Priva ; Accueil - Produits de la me ; populaire: Cathédrale strasbourg horloge. Colossal aggregations of giant alien freshwater fish as a potential biogeochemical hotspot. Filipiak, J., Sadowski, J., Trzebiatowski, R., 1997. Aquatic Biology, 8(2), 137-144., Syväranta, J., Cucherousset, J., Kopp, D., Martino, A., Céréghino, R., Santoul, F., 2009. Fast growth is advantageous for non-natives in minimising predation by quickly exceeding gape size of native predators, and in increasing foraging opportunities (Hendry et al. Comparison of morphology, growth and survival between Silurus glanis, S. aristotelis and their hybrid during larval and juvenile stages. 1 à 2 m de long, parfois plus, pour un poids de plus de 120 kg. Water quality and accelerated winter growth of European catfish using an enclosed recirculating system. temperature and day length. The young grow quickly, reaching 30 cm in length within the first year (Shikhshabekov, 1978; Copp et al., 2009). Development of technological regimes of European catfish (Silurus glanis L.) growing in the ponds of Belarus. The introduction of S. glanis in angling clubs is likely to increase revenue to local communities and generate business. Martino A, Syväranta J, Crivelli A, Cereghino R, Santoul F, 2011. Le silure grossit beaucoup – jusqu’à 2,7 m de long et plus de 130 kilos – et il peut manger des lamproies marines qui font plus de 80 cm de long. Silure glane. The aim of control management plans in fisheries in reference to non-natives is to develop a framework to assess the risk in relation to priority and action. Average temp. Body colour is variable but normally dark greenish-black with creamy yellow sides creating a mottled effect.They are solitary, predatory, opportunistic scavengers that hunt for stragglers (Boujard, 1995; Copp et al., 2009; Britton et al., 2010). Considerations regarding the rearing of European catfish, Silurus glanis L. in a flow-through production aquaculture system. Évolution de son aire de répartition et prédiction de son extension ([English title not available]). Aquaculture, 243(1/4), 323-329., Kinzelbach R, 1992. FishBase. Data source for updated system data added to species habitat list. Each gram of ova has about 195 eggs prior to spawning. Zhivotnov'dni Nauki, 37(5/6), 14-18. UK: Environment Agency, 30 pp. (2009) present a table of at least 55 fish species found in the natural diet of S. glanis. Fonds des eaux profondes et calmes des fleuves et rivières d'Europe … Several studies have indicated that the temperature threshold for optimum growth may vary between 22 and 26ºC (Mazurkiewicz et al., 2008), or 23-30ºC (Ulikowski et al., 2003) whereas Copp et al. Alimentation . Totalement. Habitat Peu exigeante sur la qualité des eaux, elle fréquente les eaux chaudes et calmes.