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Reference Number: 19144
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Author: Kline, Jeffrey.
Date (year): 2009
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Title:Everglades National Park - Freshwater Aquatics Monitoring.
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Publisher:2009 Everglades Invasive Species Summit
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Keywords: Everglades National Park
Fact Sheets and Specimens that use this Reference:

Belonesox belizanus

    FL - Anhinga trail in Everglades National Park

Cichla ocellaris

    FL - Everglades National Park

Cichlasoma urophthalmus

    FL - Anhinga trail in Everglades National Park

Hemichromis letourneuxi

    FL - Everglades National Park

Heros severus

    FL - Everglades National Park

Hoplosternum littorale

    FL - Everglades National Park

Macrognathus siamensis

    FL - North of Joe Bay

Monopterus albus

    FL - Everglades National Park south of the C-111 canal

Oreochromis mossambicus

    FL - Everglades National Park

Parachromis managuensis

    FL - Everglades National Park

Pomacea diffusa

    FL - Everglades National Park

Pomacea maculata

    FL - Everglades National Park, in a burrow canal at northern boundry of the park just east of the entrance to Shark Valley

Pterygoplichthys sp.

    FL - Everglades National Park

Tilapia mariae

    FL - Everglades National Park


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2014]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/1/2014].

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