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Gibbons, B. 2020. Snails, Tilapia, Scooters Pulled From Drained San Antonio River. The Rivard Report. San Antonio, TX. https://therivardreport.com/snails-tilapia-scooters-pulled-from-drained-san-antonio-river/?fbclid=IwAR3DDWGnLSt1rrDstP8B1UfFUFU4L5yld1mI1QRA5MZDmXLa_lpqCpqCgP0. Created on 01/08/2020. Accessed on 01/10/2020.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 34015
Type: News
Author: Gibbons, B.
Date (year): 2020
Title:Snails, Tilapia, Scooters Pulled From Drained San Antonio River
Publisher:The Rivard Report
Publisher Location:San Antonio, TX
URL: https://therivardreport.com/snails-tilapia-scooters-pulled-from-drained-san-antonio-river/?fbclid=IwAR3DDWGnLSt1rrDstP8B1UfFUFU4L5yld1mI1QRA5MZDmXLa_lpqCpqCgP0
Accessed on: 01/10/2020
Created on: 01/08/2020
Keywords: Tilapia, Oreochromis, applesnails, Pomacea, grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    TX - San Antonio River from E. Josephine St. to South Alamo St.

Oreochromis sp.

    TX - San Antonio River from E. Josephine St. to South Alamo St.

Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata

    TX - San Antonio River from E. Josephine St. to South Alamo St.

Pterygoplichthys sp.

    TX - San Antonio River from E. Josephine St. to South Alamo St.
    TX - San Antonio River from E. Josephine St. to South Alamo St.


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