NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Courtenay, W.R., Jr. 1978. Additional range expansion in Florida of the introduced walking catfish. Environmental Conservation 5(4):273-275.
Reference Number: 167
Type: Journal Article
Author: Courtenay, W.R., Jr.
Date (year): 1978
Article Title:Additional range expansion in Florida of the introduced walking catfish.
Journal Name: Environmental Conservation
Keywords: walking catfish, Florida
Clarias batrachus FL - Big Cypress Swamp drainage FL - Everglades National Park- road culverts along main road south to Sweet Bay Pond, the rocky gladelands between Taylor and Shark Sloughs FL - Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve FL - lower Peace River in SW De Soto County FL - Manatee County FL - Manatee County FL - Loxahatchee River FL - Riverview and Gibsonton area ditches FL - Florida Power and Light Company generating plant near Fort Myers FL - Big Cypress Swamp, Alligator Bay FL - Lake Istokpoga FL - Kissimmee River
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