Parachromis managuensis
Parachromis managuensis
(Jaguar Guapote)

Impact ID3019
Impact TypePredation/Herbivory
Study TypeObservational
Study LocationField
Impact DescriptionThe most common identifiable fish found in Jaguar Guapote stomachs from the Little River Canal system, Miami, were Spotted Tilapia, Eastern Mosquitofish, Oscars, Jaguar Guapote, and Black Acara. Other identified prey items included insects, a turtle, a lizard, and an annelid worm. The relative dominance of non-native fishes in the diet was attributed to the paucity of native species in the system.
Great Lakes RegionNo

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/30/2022].

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