Belonesox belizanus
Belonesox belizanus
(Pike Killifish)
Fishes
Exotic

8 results for Belonesox belizanus (Pike Killifish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2110 Belonesox belizanus Competition Observational Field B. belizanus is considered to be in trophic competition with native piscivore Micropterus... 33323
2114 Belonesox belizanus Competition Observational Field Belonox belizanus is considered to be in trophic competition with native piscivore Lepomis... 33323
2119 Belonesox belizanus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Belonox belizanus seriously impairs the natural control of mosquitoes in southern Florida by... 33323
2122 Belonesox belizanus Human Health Observational Field Belonox belizanus seriously impairs the natural control of mosquitoes in southern Florida by... 33323
2123 Belonesox belizanus Food Web Observational Field Belonox belizanus seriously impairs the natural control of mosquitoes in southern Florida by... 33323
2124 Belonesox belizanus Competition Observational Field Miley (1978) found an 84% dietary overlap between B. belizanus and the Florida largemouth bass... 33324
2125 Belonesox belizanus Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory Pike killifish will consume shrimp in addition to fish, which suggests that dietary flexibility has... 25225
2126 Belonesox belizanus Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In Tampa Bay, Florida, three resident nonmigratory or potamodromous small-bodied species (Poecilia... 24181

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