NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Anonymous. 2012. Museum collection records of Astronotus ocellatus from locations within the United States. Downloaded from FishNet on 20 November 2012. Anonymous. http://www.fishnet2.net.
Reference Number: 25090
Date (year): 2012
Title:Museum collection records of Astronotus ocellatus from locations within the United States. Downloaded from FishNet on 20 November 2012.
Keywords: oscar, Astronotus ocellatus, UMMZ, MMNS, MCZ, LACM, UF, NCSM
Astronotus ocellatus CA - Kaweah River, ~1 mile upstream from where the river empties into Kaweah Lake, 25 miles east of Visalia in the Sierra Nevada foothills off Highway 198 FL - Stream S of Hume Hall on University of Florida campus. FL - Pond near Newberry. MS - Crossgates Lake on Hwy 80 in Brandon MS - Ross Barnett Reservoir, Main Harbor Marina, W bank above spillway MS - Ross Barnett Reservoir, Main Harbor Marina, W bank above spillway FL - Canal 0.3 km west of St. Andrews boulevard near Glades Road, Boca Raton FL - Biscayne Canal, at the end of NW 16th Ave. near railroad bridge FL - Drainage ditch tributary to Snapper Creek on Florida's Turnpike ca. 0.4 mi S of 40th Street, Miami FL - Canal confluence at Milam Dairy Rd. and W. Flagler, St., airport lakes area FL - Boca Raton Canal FL - Miami Lakes FL - Big Cypress National Preserve, Tamiami Canal at Oasis ranger station
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/20/2019].
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