Oreochromis aureus
Oreochromis aureus
(Blue Tilapia)
Fishes
Exotic

38 results for Oreochromis aureus (Blue Tilapia)

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Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3177 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Nonindigenous Mayan Cichlids, Blue Tilapia, Spotted Tilapia compete for substrate spawning... 1939
3178 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field About 3% of Channel Catfish and Blue Catfish stomachs in Texas reservoirs contained Blue Tilapia.... 5
3179 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia in Texas reservoirs compete for spawning... 6
3182 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Young Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia in Texas compete for food with young... 6
3185 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field In Texas there is a recreational fishery for Blue Tilapia, with fishers using cast nets, seines... 6
3188 Oreochromis aureus Harvest Anecdotal N/A Demand and price indicate that Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia could be... 6
3189 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Fishers on Lake Parker, Florida, target Blue Tilapia, primarily using snag hooks and cast nets. 179
3190 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Fishers on Lake Parker, Florida, target Blue Tilapia, primarily using snag hooks and cast nets. 179
3198 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Near a power plant in the Susquehanna River, PA, filamentous algae grew in the absence of Blue... 457
3206 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field After the Blue Tilapia population of Trinidad Lake, TX, was wiped out by low temperatures, spawning... 986
3207 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Largemouth Bass spawning success decreased in Florida pond experiments when Blue Tilapia were also... 992
3208 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, compete for spawning areas with Bluegill and Redear Sunfish. 993
3209 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, were targeted by fishermen primarily using snag hooks and cast... 993
3210 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Juvenile Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, compete for invertebrate food items with young native... 993
3211 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, consumed primarily colonial (Pediastrum, Microcystis, and... 994
3212 Oreochromis aureus Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, were infected with the parasitic nematode Goezia. 994
3213 Oreochromis aureus Competition Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, have similar diets to, and displaced Gizzard Shad. 994
3214 Oreochromis aureus Competition Experimental Field High densities of Blue Tilapia in ponds were associated with failed reproduction of Florida... 994
3215 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Almost fourteen tons of Blue Tilapia were harvested from an Alabama lake (527 pounds/acre), caught... 1170
3216 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Almost fourteen tons of Blue Tilapia were harvested from an Alabama lake (527 pounds/acre), caught... 1170
3217 Oreochromis aureus Habitat Alteration Observational Field Blue Tilapia feeding and nest building was associated with reduced reproduction of Tampico... 1349
3222 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia and Blue Tilapia were caught and harvested by anglers in a North Carolina power... 1754
3223 Oreochromis aureus Other Observational Field Oreochromis aureus (as O. aurea) were associated with reduced numbers of native species such as... 1843
3226 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Stomachs of Blue Tilapia in Nevada contained primarily plant material, but also Mosquitofish... 18549
3228 Oreochromis aureus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Julian, NC, are opportunistic feeders. During a phytoplankton bloom, stomachs... 18959
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