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Hicks, D.C., and S.M. Deitche. 2005. Annotated checklist of the fishes of the Brooker Creek Preserve, Pinellas County, Florida. Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24003
Type: Report
Author: Hicks, D.C., and S.M. Deitche.
Date (year): 2005
Report TitleAnnotated checklist of the fishes of the Brooker Creek Preserve, Pinellas County, Florida.
Publisher:Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management
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Pages: 30 pp
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Keywords: Pinellas County, Cichlasoma bimaculatum, black acara, Clarias batrachus, walking catfish
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Cichlasoma bimaculatum

    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC2: restoration site located at Channel L on the west side of the diagonal power line road just southeast of intersection with Lora Lane.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC4: elliptical pond southwest of diagonal power line road and north of power tower HTE 41 near Wilderness Trail crossing
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC5: two small ponds located northwest of the junction of diagonal and main power lines on southwest side of diagonal power line road
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC6: small pond located on main power line road south of towers CLT 273 and 274, just north of junction of main and diagonal power lines.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC7: small pond south of tower CLT 272 on main power line road.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC8: elongate pond, small lobe on east end located north of tower CC270 on main power line road.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC10: hourglass shaped pond located on main power line road just north of tower CLT 268 and adjacent to BC9
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC11: irregularly shaped ponds located south of tower CC268 on main power line road.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC12: two circular ponds situated east of main power line road, north of tower HTE36.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC15: half acre pond located south of preserve and west of Florida Power access road across from large borrow pit.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC16: pond located south of preserve and west of Florida Power access road south of a large borrow pit.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC17: east side of power line road where Channel A crosses road between power towers HTE54 and HTE55
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC20: south pond of three located north of Homestead Trail between power lines and east of power tower CC277.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC22: channel crossing Homestead Trail in a pine flatwood environment.

Clarias batrachus

    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC5: two small ponds located northwest of the junction of diagonal and main power lines on southwest side of diagonal power line road
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC19: middle pond of three located north of Homestead Trail between power lines and east of power tower CC277.
    FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, site BC22: channel crossing Homestead Trail in a pine flatwood environment.


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