Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
(Asian tiger shrimp)

13 results for Penaeus monodon (Asian tiger shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1545218 FLBrevard[Locality description not provided]2013 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1545220 FLBrevard[Locality description not provided]2014 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1545233 FLBrevard[Locality description not provided]2016 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1545235 FLBrevard[Locality description not provided]2016 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
295069 FLBrevardAtlantic Ocean, off Cape Canaveral2013 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
564999 FLBrevardBanana River near Indian Harbour Beach2013 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
283619 FLBrevardIndian River, offshore of the mouth of Goat Creek [Valkaria area]2012 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1545214 FLVolusia[Locality description not provided]2011 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1241513 FLVolusiaAtlantic Ocean off Cat Hammock2015 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1633843 FLVolusiaFishing Pier, Edgewater Landings2019 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
284656 FLVolusiaIndian River North, first bridge north of New Smyrna2012 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
272289 FLVolusiaIntracoastal Waterway south of New Smyrna Beach2010 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
284912 FLVolusiaIntracoastal Waterway, vicinity of boat ramp at E Cory Rd2012 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/23/2024].

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