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Robbins, K.M., K.R. Campbell, and D.J. Durbin. 2007. The prescence of exotic fish species in Horse Creek, Desoto and Hardee Counties, Florida. Florida Scientist 70(Supplement 1):22. http://snhs-jmontague.barry.edu/FAS/FAS%202007/download%20abstracts%203-8-2007.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16077
Type: Journal Article
Author: Robbins, K.M., K.R. Campbell, and D.J. Durbin
Date (year): 2007
Article Title:The prescence of exotic fish species in Horse Creek, Desoto and Hardee Counties, Florida.
Journal Name: Florida Scientist
Volume: 70
Issue: Supplement 1
Pages: 22
URL: http://snhs-jmontague.barry.edu/FAS/FAS%202007/download%20abstracts%203-8-2007.pdf
Keywords: exotic fish, Horse Creek, Desoto County, Hardee County, Misigurnus anguillicaudatus, Hypostomus plecostomus, Pterygoplichthys multiradicans, Clarias batrachus, Hemichromis letourneuxi
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Clarias batrachus

    FL - Horse Creek in Desoto and Hardee Counties, FL

Hoplosternum littorale

    FL - Horse Creek in Desoto and Hardee Counties, FL

Misgurnus anguillicaudatus

    FL - Horse Creek in Desoto and Hardee Counties, FL

Pterygoplichthys disjunctivus

    FL - Horse Creek in Desoto and Hardee Counties, FL

Pterygoplichthys pardalis

    FL - Horse Creek in Desoto and Hardee Counties, FL


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