Tilapia zillii
Tilapia zillii
(Redbelly Tilapia)
Fishes
Exotic

18 results for Tilapia zillii (Redbelly Tilapia)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3181 Tilapia zillii Competition Observational Field Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia in Texas reservoirs compete for spawning... 6
3184 Tilapia zillii Competition Observational Field Young Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia in Texas compete for food with young... 6
3187 Tilapia zillii Harvest Observational N/A Demand and price indicate that Blue Tilapia, Mozambique Tilapia, and Redbelly Tilapia could be... 6
3191 Tilapia zillii Habitat Alteration Observational Field Tilapia zillii construct nests in depressions, moving sand and pebbles from the center to... 264
3192 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Tliapia zillii are primarily phytophagus, but also consume diatoms, volvocales, ostracods... 264
3193 Tilapia zillii Competition Anecdotal N/A Tilapia zillii in California may compete with native species for cover, food resources... 264
3194 Tilapia zillii Aquaculture/Agriculture Anecdotal N/A Tilapia zillii in California might impact rice farming by eating rice plants. 264
3218 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia eliminated both native (Eleocharis baldwinii, Najas guadalupensis, Nitella sp.... 1753
3219 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia in a North Carolina power plant cooling reservoir ate macrophytes, but switched to... 1753
3220 Tilapia zillii Other Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia in a North Carolina power plant cooling reservoir were associated with population... 1754
3221 Tilapia zillii Recreation Observational Field Redbelly Tilapia and Blue Tilapia were caught and harvested by anglers in a North Carolina power... 1754
3224 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory Large Tilapia zillii (151 mm) consumed relatively more Hydrilla verticillata than did... 10026
3234 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Tilapia zillii have been used for biological control of aquatic weeds in California, showing a... 27064
3236 Tilapia zillii Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Tilapia zillii and T. mossambicus have been used to control aquatic weeds (filamentous... 27064
3237 Tilapia zillii Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Tilapia zillii and T. mossambicus have been used to control aquatic weeds (filamentous... 27064
3241 Tilapia zillii Competition Observational Field In Lake Julian and Hyco Lake, NC, Blue Tilapia and Redbelly Tilapia diets overlapped with those of... 32179
3242 Tilapia zillii Competition Anecdotal N/A In Guam Blue Tilapia and Redbelly Tilapia appear to be associated with declines of native fishes... 32503
3250 Tilapia zillii Water Quality Observational Field Organic enrichment through fecal decomposition by Redbelly Tilapia is associated with increased... 635

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