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Gestring, K.B., P.L. Shafland, and M.S. Stanford. 2010. Status of the exotic Orinoco sailfin catfish (Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus) in Florida. Florida Scientist 73(2):122-137.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24037
Type: Journal Article
Author: Gestring, K.B., P.L. Shafland, and M.S. Stanford
Date (year): 2010
Article Title:Status of the exotic Orinoco sailfin catfish (Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus) in Florida.
Journal Name: Florida Scientist
Volume: 73
Issue: 2
Pages: 122-137
URL:
Keywords: exotic species, gonadal-somatic indices, lethal temperatures, species associations, stomach contents
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus

    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Boynton Canal (C-16)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Turnpike Canal (E-2W)
    FL - Cypress Creek Canal (C-14)
    FL - Cypress Creek Canal (C-14)
    FL - Cypress Creek Canal (C-14)
    FL - Cypress Creek Canal (C-14)
    FL - Cypress Creek Canal (C-14)


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