Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
(Asian tiger shrimp)
Crustaceans-Shrimp
Exotic

12 results for Penaeus monodon (Asian tiger shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
282969 NC coastal waters2011 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
1652428 NCCarteret[Atlantic, North Carolina]2020 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
1652429 NCCarteret[Atlantic, North Carolina]2020 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
1652430 NCCarteret[Atlantic, North Carolina]2020 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
279841 NCCarteretcanal adjacent to Cedar Creek in Sealevel (campground boat ramp)2009 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
285531 NCCarteretNelson Bay, Core Sound off Shell Hill Rd2012 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
295211 NCHydeFar Creek in Pamlico Sound2012 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
241036 NCHydePamlico Sound between mid ground and Brant Island Shoal (close to Gull Rock)2006 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
263811 NCHydePamlico Sound between mid ground and Brant Island Shoal (close to Gull Rock)2009 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
241037 NCHydePamlico Sound near Gull Rocks2007 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
263815 NCHydePamlico Sound, at Middletown Anchorage2009 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished
284478 NCPamlicoPamlico Point toward middle ground, W of Pamlico Sound2009 03020105 Pamlico Soundestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/9/2023].

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