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Anonymous. 2012. Collection records of Tilapia mariae from U.S. museums. Downloaded from FishNET on 28 November 2012. Anonymous.
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Reference Number: 25111
Type: Database
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 2012
Title:Collection records of Tilapia mariae from U.S. museums. Downloaded from FishNET on 28 November 2012.
Publisher:Anonymous
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Keywords: spotted tilapia, Tilapia mariae, UF, TCWC, NCSM, UMMZ, FBSC, TNHC
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Tilapia mariae

    FL - Fellsmere canal above 1st spillway (spillway S-157; Sebastian Creek)
    NV - Blue Point Spring outlet, Lake Mead National Recreation area at S.R. 41
    NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead)
    FL - Loxahatchee River in J Dickinson State Park, between Kitching Creek and 'Trapper Nelson's Interpretive Site'.
    FL - Borrow pit at Wayside Park on E side of US Hwy 1, just S of SW 164th St, Perrine.
    FL - Canal L-67, 1 km S of Tamiami Trail
    FL - Drainage ditch tributary to Snapper Creek on Florida's Turnpike ca. 0.4 mi S of 40th Street, Miami
    FL - Canal SE of Homestead, east of Card Sound Road.
    FL - South Miami, Snapper Creek at salinity structure (SW 57th Ave near SW 102nd street)
    FL - Loxahatchee River, downstream from Trappers [=Trapper Nelson's Interpretive Site].
    FL - Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park
    FL - Snapper Creek along Red Road, ca 0.1 mi N of jnct with Killian Drive
    FL - Ditch 1 block E of Allapattah Rd., just S of C-102 canal, 4.2 air-miles S of junction of US 1 and St. Rte. 821.
    FL - Black Creek at 97th Street bridge, 0.8 road-miles N of junction with 97th Street and Coconut Palm Drive
    FL - Snapper Creek Canal at SW 97th Ave.
    FL - L-30 canal at intersection of L-29 canal.
    FL - C-102 canal about 1/3 kilometers east of salinity structure


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