Channa marulius
Channa marulius
(Bullseye Snakehead)
Fishes
Exotic

10 results for Channa marulius (Bullseye Snakehead)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2210 Channa marulius Human Health Observational Laboratory High levels of heavy metals accumulated in the fish could pose a threat to human health if eaten. 33614
2211 Channa marulius Human Health Observational Laboratory Channa marulius has been reported to contain high arsenic concentrations in its tissues... 33615
4320 Channa marulius Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal Field Channa marulius have been shown to eat small fish, crayfish, cane toads Rhinella... 36255
4321 Channa marulius Competition Anecdotal Field Channa marulius may outcompete native species for food and habitat. 36255
4322 Channa marulius Recreation Anecdotal Field Channa marulius is a popular sport fish in its introduced range in south Florida. Anglers... 36256
4323 Channa marulius Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal Field Channa marulius typically preys on small fish and crayfish but will occasionally eat... 36257
4892 Channa marulius Other Observational N/A Channa marulius is eaten in its introduced range in Florida. 36255
4893 Channa marulius Other Anecdotal N/A Channa marulius is a food fish around the world. 13490
4895 Channa marulius Other Experimental Laboratory Channa marulius is an important food fish around the world. 37344
4898 Channa marulius Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Laboratory Channa marulius, is known to host the invasive Aphanomyces invadans, a disease... 29374

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