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Hubbs, C., T. Luciere, G.P. Garrett, R.J. Edwards, S.M. Dean, and E. Marsh. 1978. Survival and abundance of introduced fishes near San Antonio, Texas. The Texas Journal of Science 30(4):369-376.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 369
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hubbs, C., T. Luciere, G.P. Garrett, R.J. Edwards, S.M. Dean, and E. Marsh
Date (year): 1978
Article Title:Survival and abundance of introduced fishes near San Antonio, Texas.
Journal Name: The Texas Journal of Science
Volume: 30
Issue: 4
Pages: 369-376
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Keywords: introduced fishes, Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Astyanax mexicanus

    CA - San Antonio drainage
    TX - San Antonio River near Brackenridge Park and the San Antonio Zoo

Belonesox belizanus

    TX - San Antonio River at Brackenridge Park in San Antonio
    TX - San Antonio River at Brackenridge Park in San Antonio

Cyprinodon variegatus

    TX - Braunig Reservoir

Herichthys cyanoguttatus

    TX - San Antonio River, near San Antonio, 60 m n of Hildebrand and 30 m S of now abandoned low water crossing connecting River Road and Avenue A.

Hypostomus sp.

    TX - San Antonio Zoo, spring tributaries of the San Antonio River

Menidia beryllina

    TX - Braunig Reservoir

Oreochromis aureus

    TX - Braunig Reservoir
    TX - Canyon Reservoir [Guadalupe River]

Oreochromis mossambicus

    TX - San Antonio Zoo, river and canals around

Poecilia formosa

    TX - Braunig Reservoir

Poecilia latipinna

    TX - San Antonio River near San Antonio, 60 m north of Hildebrand Ave and 30 m south of the now abandoned low water crossing connecting River Road and Avenue A.

Poecilia reticulata

    TX - San Antonio Zoo, spring tributaries of the San Antonio River
    TX - San Antonio River, near San Antonio, 60 m n of Hildebrand and 30 m S of now abandoned low water crossing connecting River Road and Avenue A.


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