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South Florida Water Management District, Loxahatchee River District and Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 2012. Addendum to the Restoration Plan for the Northwest Fork of the Loxahatchee River.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29063
Type: Report
Author: South Florida Water Management District, Loxahatchee River District and Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Date (year): 2012
Report TitleAddendum to the Restoration Plan for the Northwest Fork of the Loxahatchee River
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Pages: 192 pp.
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Keywords: Fishes, Florida, Loxahatchee River, black acara, Cichlasoma bimaculatum, Mayan cichlid, Cichlasoma urophthalmus, walking catfish, Clarias bactrachus, brown hoplo, HHoplosternum littorale, sailfin catfish, Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus, spotted tilapia, Tilapia mariae
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Astronotus ocellatus

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Leinhart Dam

Cichlasoma bimaculatum

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Flora Avenue stormwater treatment area
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Square Pond
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Cypress Creek

Cichlasoma urophthalmus

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Square Pond
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Hobe Grove ditch

Clarias batrachus

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Square Pond
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Northfork culverts

Hoplosternum littorale

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Flora Avenue stormwater treatment area
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Square Pond

Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Hobe Grove ditch

Tilapia mariae

    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Hobe Grove ditch
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Kitching Creek
    FL - Northwest Fork of Loxahatchee River, Riverbend Park


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