NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. 2012. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ichthyology collection database. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. http://www.fishnet2.net.
Reference Number: 25080
Author: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Date (year): 2012
Title:Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ichthyology collection database.
Publisher:Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Astatotilapia calliptera FL - Parkland - city pond on Trails End Rd east of Coral Ridge Drive [=Nob Hill Rd.]
Cichla ocellaris FL - C-111 canal
Geophagus sp. FL - Snapper Creek [near intersection of Snapper Creek Dr. and SW 100th Ave.] FL - Snapper Creek, just south of Hwy 836 FL - C-4 (Tamiami) Canal, Hidden Lake
Hoplosternum littorale FL - Peace River, NW shore of Charlotte Park FL - Trail-side ditch in Bicentennial Youth Park, near DeLand FL - Trail-side ditch in Bicentennial Youth Park, near DeLand FL - Fish Trap Bay, near Bonita Springs FL - Spill coming out of Lake Seminole at foot of Park Boulevard FL - South Fork of St. Lucie River, just off of SW Overlook Dr, Stuart, FL FL - Indian River, just off of N El Mar Dr, Jensen Beach, FL FL - Alafia River, ca. 150 m upstream of Alafia Cove Dr, Riverview FL - St. Johns River, just south of Rt 50 crossing (transect site #7)
Hypostomus sp. FL - Harney canal at Hwy 301 bridge
Macrognathus siamensis FL - C-111 canal
Metynnis sp. FL - Marco Island, freshwater lake behind Marco Lake Motel [=Marco Island Lakeside Inn]
Pterygoplichthys pardalis FL - [Myakka River, ca. 1.85 km downstream of Rt 75] FL - [Alafia River, ca. 157 m upstream of Alafia Cove Dr, Riverview, FL] FL - [Caloosahatchee River. Ca. 1.7 km dounstream of Broadway St crossing, northern shore]
Tilapia mariae FL - Canal SE of Homestead, east of Card Sound Road.
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/16/2022].
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