NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Hogg, R.G. 1976. Established exotic cichlid fishes in Dade County, Florida. Florida Scientist 39(2):97-103.
Reference Number: 528
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hogg, R.G.
Date (year): 1976
Article Title:Established exotic cichlid fishes in Dade County, Florida.
Journal Name: Florida Scientist
Keywords: cichlids, Florida
Astronotus ocellatus FL - Snapper Creek-Black Creek canal system FL - Snake Creek Canal FL - Miami Canal FL - Coral Gables waterway FL - Tamiami canal
Hemichromis letourneuxi FL - Miami Canal FL - Comfort Canal
Oreochromis mossambicus FL - Comfort Canal (channelized south fork of the Miami River) FL - Miami River within several km of its mouth at Biscayne Bay FL - Airport Lakes FL - Opa Locka Canal FL - small canal connecting with Snapper Creek Canal
Rocio octofasciata FL - Snapper Creek (C-2) Canal
Thorichthys meeki FL - Comfort Canal (channelized south fork of the Miami River)
Tilapia mariae FL - small quarry lake near Perrine FL - Snapper Creek (C-2) Canal
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/26/2020].
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