NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Florida Museum of Natural History. 2012. Specimen records of blackchin tilapia (Sarotherodon melanotheron) in the UF collection. Provided by Rob Robins on 22 March 2012. Florida Museum of Natural History.
Reference Number: 24485
Author: Florida Museum of Natural History.
Date (year): 2012
Title:Specimen records of blackchin tilapia (Sarotherodon melanotheron) in the UF collection. Provided by Rob Robins on 22 March 2012.
Publisher:Florida Museum of Natural History
Keywords: blackchin tilapia, Sarotherodon melanotheron, UF
Sarotherodon melanotheron FL - E. Prospect Ave. canal (0.3 mi S on E. Prospect off US 1) FL - Banana River, approx. 400 yards off E shore 1 mile N of power line on east shore, above SR 528 (Bennett Causeway), Cape Canaveral FL - Cockroach Bay launch ramp FL - south Patrick Airforce Base, junction of 9-mile canal (Grand) and Banana River, SE of Pineda Causeway (SR 404) FL - canal on S. Patrick Dr. at entrance to Patrick AFB golf course, Satellite Beach FL - Sebastian Inlet in Indian River Lagoon FL - Banana River, E shore 3 mi. S of the E end of NASA Parkway, Cape Canaveral, 0.5 mi. S of Duck Pond FL - Deerfield Groves County pond on Mullet Creek Rd., Melbourne Beach W 5.5 miles N of Sebastian Inlet on Rt. A1A FL - Hillsborough Bay between Mangrove Point and the Alafia River FL - Palm River (Station 13), ca 400 ft upstream from Maydell Drive bridge, right bank. FL - Hillsborough River (Station 5), ca 120-200 meters upstream of northern fenceline of Lowry Park, right bank.
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/16/2021].
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