NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Springer, V.G., and J.H. Finucane. 1963. The African cichlid, Tilapia heudeloti Dumeril, in the commercial catch of Florida. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 92:317-318.
Reference Number: 582
Type: Journal Article
Author: Springer, V.G., and J.H. Finucane
Date (year): 1963
Article Title:The African cichlid, Tilapia heudeloti Dumeril, in the commercial catch of Florida.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Keywords: cichlid, tilapia, heudeloti, Florida
Sarotherodon melanotheron FL - Hillsborough Bay between Mangrove Point and the Alafia River FL - Hillsborough Bay FL - Hillsborough Bay FL - tributary of Bullfrog Creek about 1/2 mile above its entrace into Hillsborough Bay FL - tributary of Bullfrog Creek about 1/2 mile above its entrace into Hillsborough Bay FL - Ruskin, situated on a tributary of the Little Manatee River just south of Mangrove Point FL - Bullfrog Creek FL - Bullfrog Creek
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