NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Nico, L.G., S.J. Walsh, and R.H. Robins. 1996. An introduced population of the South American callichthyid catfish Hoplosternum littorale in the Indian River Lagoon system, Florida. Florida Scientist 59(3):189-200.
Reference Number: 1496
Type: Journal Article
Author: Nico, L.G., S.J. Walsh, and R.H. Robins
Date (year): 1996
Article Title:An introduced population of the South American callichthyid catfish Hoplosternum littorale in the Indian River Lagoon system, Florida.
Journal Name: Florida Scientist
Keywords: exotic, Hoplosternum littorale , Indian River, Florida
Hoplosternum littorale FL - Indian River Lagoon drainage, near Scottsmoor
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