Caiman crocodilus
Caiman crocodilus
(Common Caiman)
Reptiles-Crocodilians
Exotic

8 results for Caiman crocodilus (Common Caiman)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4776 Caiman crocodilus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Stomach content analyses of 19 Caiman crocodilus at least 60 cm total length (TL) in... 12082
4777 Caiman crocodilus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In Caiman crocodilus in Puerto Rico, insects were the most abundant food items in... 37207
4778 Caiman crocodilus Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Field In Puerto Rico, nonindigenous Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass) and Cichla... 13379
4779 Caiman crocodilus Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Field In Puerto Rico, nonindigenous Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass) and Cichla... 16783
4780 Caiman crocodilus Competition Anecdotal Field In Florida, Caiman crocodilus may compete for food and other resources with native... 37209
4781 Caiman crocodilus Human Health Anecdotal Field In Puerto Rico, nonindigenous Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass) and Cichla... 16783
4782 Caiman crocodilus Recreation Anecdotal Field In Puerto Rico, nonindigenous sportfish Micropterus salmoides (Largemouth Bass) and... 16783
4783 Caiman crocodilus Harvest Anecdotal N/A Caiman crocodilus were featured in Florida tourist attractions, and their skins sold as... 659

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