Cichla ocellaris
Cichla ocellaris
(Butterfly Peacock Bass)

16 results for Cichla ocellaris (Butterfly Peacock Bass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
43889 TX state non-specific1978  collected
160938 TX state non-specific1990  stocked
43892 TX state non-specific1992  extirpated
43728 TXBastropBastrop Reservoir1978 12090301 Lower Colorado-Cumminsfailed
1469546 TXBastropBastrop Reservoir1978 12090301 Lower Colorado-Cumminsestablished
1469582 TXBastropBastrop Reservoir1979 12090301 Lower Colorado-Cumminsestablished
43311 TXBastropLake Bastrop1979 12090301 Lower Colorado-Cumminsfailed
43729 TXGoliadColeto Creek Reservoir1980 12100204 Lower Guadalupefailed
43314 TXGoliadColeto Creek Reservoir1980 12100204 Lower Guadalupefailed
1469570 TXGoliadColeto Creek Reservoir1980 12100204 Lower Guadalupeunknown
43731 TXMarionWilkes Reservoir in northeast TX1981 11140305 Lake O'the Pinesfailed
1469559 TXMcLennanTradinghouse Creek Reservoir1982 12060202 Middle Brazos-Lake Whitneyunknown
43315 TXMcLennanTradinghouse Creek Reservoir [Hallsburg, TX]1982 12060202 Middle Brazos-Lake Whitneycollected
43730 TXMcLennanTradinghouse Creek Reservoir [in Hallsburg]1992 12060202 Middle Brazos-Lake Whitneyfailed
43727 TXMilamAlcoa Lake1992 12070102 Yeguafailed
43309 TXUpshurWilkes Reservoir in northeast TX1981 11140305 Lake O'the Pinesestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/19/2022].

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