Clarias batrachus
Clarias batrachus
(Walking Catfish)

8 results for Clarias batrachus (Walking Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1712241 FLGladesCanal off Bronson Rd and highway 27, Okeechobee, FL2023 03090205 Caloosahatchee 
550618 FLGladesEast Fork of Pollywog Creek at Route 720 crossing about 5 miles northwest La Belle2004 03090205 Caloosahatcheeestablished
31935 FLLeeCaloosahatchee River1980 03090205 Caloosahatcheeestablished
550638 FLLeeCreek (Owl Creek?) under St.Rte. 31, 0.2 miles N of junction with Co.Rte. 78.1979 03090205 Caloosahatcheeestablished
1457509 FLLeeFlorida Power and Light Company generating plant near Fort Myers1975 03090205 Caloosahatcheeestablished
1712201 FLLeeOsprey Canal off Genoa Ave, FL2023 03090205 Caloosahatchee 
1712146 FLLeeRhodes Canal, Cape Coral2023 03090205 Caloosahatchee 
1712259 FLLeeSouth loop canal, Leigh Acres, FL2023 03090205 Caloosahatchee 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/6/2023].

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