Astronotus ocellatus
Astronotus ocellatus

9 results for Astronotus ocellatus (Oscar)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1547878 HIHonolulu[No locality description provided]2015 20060000 Oahuestablished
32662 HIHonoluluisland of Oahu1952 20060000 Oahuestablished
32663 HIHonoluluisland of Oahu1984 20060000 Oahuestablished
165615 HIHonoluluisland of Oahu2005 20060000 Oahuestablished
32739 HIHonoluluOahu1952 20060000 Oahuestablished
160078 HIHonoluluWahiawa Reservoir (=Lake Wilson), Oahu2002 20060000 Oahufailed
32665 HIKauaiisland of Kauai1952 20070000 Kauaiestablished
32666 HIKauaiisland of Kauai1984 20070000 Kauaiestablished
165616 HIKauaiisland of Kauai2000 20070000 Kauaiextirpated

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/15/2020].

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