Cichla ocellaris
Cichla ocellaris
(Butterfly Peacock Bass)
Fishes
Exotic

19 results for Cichla ocellaris (Butterfly Peacock Bass)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3041 Cichla ocellaris Recreation Observational N/A Butterfly Peacock Bass are caught by recreational anglers in Florida, and are targeted as trophies... 14825
3042 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Butterfly Peacock Bass density was not associated with declines of native fish species in Black... 25763
3043 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In Black Creek Canal, FL, Spotted Tilapia were the most numerous fish found in Butterfly Peacock... 25764
3045 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In Tamiami Canal, FL, Butterfly peacock Bass stomachs contained mostly Spotted Tilapia, Shad... 25764
3046 Cichla ocellaris Competition Observational Field In Tamiami Canal, FL, Butterfly peacock Bass stomachs contained mostly Spotted Tilapia, Shad... 25764
3047 Cichla ocellaris Competition Observational Field Largemouth Bass spawning in South Florida took place mostly from January to March while Butterfly... 25764
3048 Cichla ocellaris Recreation Observational Field The annual economic value of the recreational fishery for Butterfly Peacock Bass in the Miami area... 25766
3049 Cichla ocellaris Other Observational Field The annual economic value of the recreational fishery for Butterfly Peacock Bass in the Miami area... 25766
3050 Cichla ocellaris Recreation Observational Field Butterfly Peacock Bass are the most targeted sportfish by recreational anglers in the Miami area... 25766
3051 Cichla ocellaris Competition Anecdotal N/A Butterfly Peacock Bass are the most targeted sportfish by recreational anglers in the Miami area... 25766
3052 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory Gape sizes of Butterfly Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass were strongly correlated, though many... 15593
3053 Cichla ocellaris Competition Experimental Laboratory Gape sizes of Butterfly Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass were strongly correlated, though many... 15593
3054 Cichla ocellaris Food Web Anecdotal Field The introduction of Butterfly Peacock Bass in South Florida has increased the overall biomass of... 15593
3055 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory In pond trials in Puerto Rico, Butterfly Peacock Bass fingerlings grew more slowly and had lower... 18435
3056 Cichla ocellaris Competition Experimental Laboratory In pond trials in Puerto Rico, Butterfly Peacock Bass fingerlings grew more slowly and had lower... 18435
3057 Cichla ocellaris Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In Guajataca Reservoir, PR, Peacock Bass of all size classes were virtually entirely piscivorous... 18435
3058 Cichla ocellaris Competition Observational Field In Guajataca Reservoir, PR, Peacock Bass of all size classes were virtually entirely piscivorous... 18435
3059 Cichla ocellaris Competition Observational Field In Guajataca Reservoir, PR, peak Peacock Bass spawning is 2-3 months after peak Largemouth Bass... 18435
3060 Cichla ocellaris Human Health Observational Field Cichla spp., including C. ocellaris, in the Brazilian Amazon, bioaccumulate methyl mercury, with... 33828

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