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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.
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Reference Number: 24485
Type: Database
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
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Keywords: blackchin tilapia, Sarotherodon melanotheron, UF
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

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. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/18/2024].

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