Hoplosternum littorale
Hoplosternum littorale
(Brown Hoplo)
Fishes
Exotic

18 results for Hoplosternum littorale (Brown Hoplo)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1810 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Experimental Field Hoplosternum littorale reduced both abundance and diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates... 19658
1811 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale was found in the stomachs of predatory fish, such as Largemouth... 18474
1812 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale was shown to become one of the most abundant fishes in the Peace... 18976
1916 Hoplosternum littorale Habitat Alteration Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale was shown to become one of the most abundant fishes in the Peace... 18976
2958 Hoplosternum littorale Competition Anecdotal N/A Hoplosternum littorale reduced both abundance and diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates... 19658
2959 Hoplosternum littorale Food Web Experimental Field Hoplosternum littorale reduced both abundance and diversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates... 19658
2960 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale was found in the diets of Butterfly Peacock Bass ( Cichla... 18474
2961 Hoplosternum littorale Recreation Observational Field A small commercial and recreational castnet fishery for Hoplosternum littorale has... 18474
2962 Hoplosternum littorale Harvest Observational Field A small commercial and recreational castnet fishery for Hoplosternum littorale has... 18474
2963 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale are a benthic scavenger in Florida, primarily consuming benthic... 18474
2964 Hoplosternum littorale Competition Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale in Florida may compete with native benthivores such as Florida... 18474
2965 Hoplosternum littorale Other Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale in Florida construct bubble nests using the invasive plant... 14164
2967 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A Hoplosternum littorale in Florida may prey on eggs of native fishes. 14164
2968 Hoplosternum littorale Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Chrionomidae larvae were the most important dietary items for Hoplosternum littorale in... 1496
2969 Hoplosternum littorale Food Web Observational Field In southeastern Brazil, where Hoplosternum littorale are not native, their success may be... 32103
2970 Hoplosternum littorale Other Observational Field In southeastern Brazil, where Hoplosternum littorale are not native, their success may be... 32103
5224 Hoplosternum littorale Recreation Observational Field Hoplosternum littorale are targeted heavily by Floridian fisherpeople (~46%) in the St.... 18650
5225 Hoplosternum littorale Commerce Observational Field Grocers in Broward County, Florida complained that the price of imported Hoplosternum... 18650

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