Oreochromis aureus
Oreochromis aureus
(Blue Tilapia)
Fishes
Exotic

6 results for Oreochromis aureus (Blue Tilapia)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3185 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field In Texas there is a recreational fishery for Blue Tilapia, with fishers using cast nets, seines... 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
3209 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Blue Tilapia in Lake Parker, FL, were targeted by fishermen primarily using snag hooks and cast... 993
3215 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Almost fourteen tons of Blue Tilapia were harvested from an Alabama lake (527 pounds/acre), caught... 1170
3222 Oreochromis aureus Recreation Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia and Blue Tilapia were caught and harvested by anglers in a North Carolina power... 1754

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