Specimen Information

Cynoscion xanthulus
Cynoscion xanthulus
(Orangemouth Corvina)
Marine Fishes
Exotic

Specimen ID43891
GroupMarine Fishes
GenusCynoscion
Speciesxanthulus
Common NameOrangemouth Corvina
StateTX
CountyBexar
LocalityVictor Braunig Reservoir [SE San Antonio]
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameUpper San Antonio
HUC8 Number12100301
HUC10 NameCalaveras Creek-San Antonio River
HUC10 Number1210030103
HUC12 NameBraunig Lake-San Antonio River
HUC12 Number121003010301
Map
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Collection Year1992
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwaystocked for sport
Statusfailed
Reference 1
Ref. Number:360
Author:Howells, R.G.
Date:1992
Title:Annotated list of non-native fishes, mollusks, crustaceans, and aquatic plants, in Texas waters. Management Data Series No. 78.
Publisher:Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Pages:19 p.
Reference 2
Ref. Number:13
Author:Howells, R.G.
Date:1991
Title:Identification of orangemouth corvina, spotted seatrout and their hybrids. Management Data Series No. 57.
Publisher:Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Fisheries Division, Austin, TX.
Pages:14 pp
CommentsAlthough fish are still being taken by anglers, neither reproduction nor escape is likely, and fishing and natural mortalities are expected to eliminate the remaining individuals in the next few years.
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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