Trichopsis vittata
Trichopsis vittata
(Croaking Gourami)

9 results for Trichopsis vittata (Croaking Gourami)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1724604 FLBrowardHillsboro Canal, near junction of Lox Rd and Parkside Dr2023 03090206 Florida Southeast Coast 
290436 FLPalm Beachcanal and ditch at Lusters Aquatic Nurseries at 90th Ave S, just N of Atlantic Ave (County Rt. 806), 0.8 mi W of FL turnpike [Delray Beach]1992 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastunknown
290434 FLPalm BeachCanal L-36 at intersection of Jog Carter Rd. and Linton Blvd. (SW 12th Street).1992 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastunknown
290435 FLPalm BeachCanal parallel to W Atlantic Blvd. off Carter Road, Delray Beach1978 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastunknown
291685 FLPalm Beachcypress swamp adjacent to upper A impoundment in Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge2012 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
292678 FLPalm BeachCypress swamp at Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge2012 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
293368 FLPalm BeachL-23W Canal2012 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
292659 FLPalm BeachLWDD canal, L-23W (Lake Worth, L23W district canal)2012 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastestablished
31698 FLPalm Beachsouth side of Lake Worth Drainage District canal L-36[Borrow River Canal], Delray Beach1978 03090206 Florida Southeast Coastunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/18/2024].

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