Tilapia zillii
Tilapia zillii
(Redbelly Tilapia)
Fishes
Exotic

5 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
3193 Tilapia zillii Competition Anecdotal N/A Tilapia zillii in California may compete with native species for cover, food resources... 264
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

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