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Reference Number: 164
Type: Other
Author: Williams, J.D., D. Jennings, and D. Haney.
Date (year): 1992
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Title:Exotics in the Indian River Lagoon system.
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Journal Name: manuscript
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Keywords: exotics, fishes, Florida, Indian River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Clarias batrachus

    FL - Vero Beach, canals west and north of
    FL - Brevard County canals
    FL - Brevard County
    FL - Martin County
    FL - Indian River County
    FL - St. Lucie County

Hemichromis letourneuxi

    FL - canals in Dade County
    FL - canals adjacent to a fish farm near Micco

Oreochromis aureus

    FL - managed pits at Pleasant Grove Research Station, near Tampa
    FL - open waters near Pleasant Grove Research Station, near Tampa
    FL - several locations in the Indian River

Oreochromis mossambicus

    FL - state non-specific

Poecilia reticulata

    FL - Boca Raton in a small pool near the Intracoastal Waterway
    FL - Adamsville/Ruskin area in Hillborough County
    FL - canal in Micco adjacent to fish farm

Rocio octofasciata

    FL - canal adjacent to a fish farm near Micco
    FL - Brevard County, several sites

Tilapia mariae

    FL - Dade County
    FL - many freshwater canals
    FL - South New River Canal
    FL - Indian River Lagoon
    FL - Indian River Lagoon

Xiphophorus hellerii

    FL - state non-specific
    FL - Indian River Lagoon

Xiphophorus maculatus

    FL - Indian River Lagoon

Xiphophorus variatus

    FL - state non-specific


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