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López-Fernández, H., and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Status of Dionda diaboli and report of established populations of exotic fish species in lower San Felipe Creek, Val Verde County, Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 50(2):246-251.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18520
Type: Journal Article
Author: López-Fernández, H., and K.O. Winemiller
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:Status of Dionda diaboli and report of established populations of exotic fish species in lower San Felipe Creek, Val Verde County, Texas.
Journal Name: Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 50
Issue: 2
Pages: 246-251
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Keywords: San Felipe Creek, exotic fish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hypostomus sp.

    TX - San Felipe Creek at San Felipe Country Club
    TX - San Felipe Creek spring outflow, approximately 75 m downstream of the eastern spring outflow, several meters above its juncture with San Felipe Creek
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek approx. 50m upstream from the northern boundary of the golf course
    TX - San Felipe Creek approximately 200 m south of United States Highway 277, on the western boundary of Roosevelt Park
    TX - San Felipe Creek, channel ~75 downstream from west spring outflow
    TX - San Felipe Creek spring outflow, approximately 75 m downstream of the eastern spring outflow, several meters above its juncture with San Felipe Creek
    TX - San Felipe Creek spring outflow, approximately 75 m downstream of the eastern spring outflow, several meters above its juncture with San Felipe Creek
    TX - San Felipe Creek approximately 200 m south of United States Highway 277, on the western boundary of Roosevelt Park
    TX - San Felipe Creek approximately 200 m south of United States Highway 277, on the western boundary of Roosevelt Park
    TX - San Felipe Creek approximately 200 m south of United States Highway 277, on the western boundary of Roosevelt Park
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek approx. 50m upstream from the northern boundary of the golf course
    TX - San Felipe Creek approx. 50m upstream from the northern boundary of the golf course
    TX - San Felipe Creek approx. 50m upstream from the northern boundary of the golf course

Oreochromis aureus

    TX - San Felipe Creek in the middle of the golf course, approx. 100m north of US Hwy 90
    TX - San Felipe Creek approx. 50m upstream from the northern boundary of the golf course
    TX - San Felipe Creek approximately 200 m south of United States Highway 277, on the western boundary of Roosevelt Park

Platydoras costatus

    TX - San Felipe Creek in Del Rio


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