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

14 results for Penaeus monodon (Asian tiger shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
283561 SC Atlantic Ocean, 0.5 mile off Edisto Island, betwenn Jeremy and Frampton inlets2012 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
279535 SC Atlantic Ocean, from st. Helena Sound to North Edisto Inlet2011 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1613686 SCCharlestonEdisto, back waters of Fishing Creek2018 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1613694 SCCharlestonMeggett, South Carolina2018 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
287016 SCCharlestonShark Creek (=Long Creek), Wadmalaw Island2012 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
288282 SCCharlestonShark Creek (historic name) / Long Creek, Wadmalaw Island2012 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1241506 SCCharlestonStore Creek at Store Creek Bridge, Edisto Island2015 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1695334 SCColletonAshley river, Charleston, South Carolina, Under The North Bridge2021 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
279846 SCColletonAtlantic Ocean at Edisto Beach1988 03050206 Edisto Riverfailed
615351 SCColletonAtlantic Ocean off Edisto Beach2013 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1241508 SCColletonAtlantic Ocean off Edisto Beach Southernmost point2015 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
273030 SCColletonAtlantic Ocean, off the mouth of the South Edisto River2010 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
1613693 SCColletonOff Edisto Beach2018 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
273029 SCColletonSouth Edisto River, at mouth [Atlantic Ocean]2010 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/4/2023].

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