Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
(Asian tiger shrimp)

12 results for Penaeus monodon (Asian tiger shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
279850 SC Santee River Inlet1988 03050112 Santeefailed
279854 SCBeaufortAtlantic Ocean, 1/2 mi. off south part of Hilton HEad Island1988 03060110 Calibogue Sound-Wright Riverfailed
279845 SCBeaufortAtlantic Ocean, E of Port Royal Sound1988 03050210 St. Helena Islandfailed
279851 SCBeaufortAtlantic Ocean, E of Port Royal Sound1988 03050210 St. Helena Islandfailed
4508 SCBeaufortdrainage canal near aquaculture facility in Bluffton1988 03060110 Calibogue Sound-Wright Riverfailed
279848 SCCharlestonAtlantic Ocean, off Folly Beach1988 03050202 South Carolina Coastalfailed
279847 SCCharlestonAtlantic Ocean, off Kiawah Island1988 03050202 South Carolina Coastalfailed
279849 SCCharlestonCharleston Harbor1988 03050201 Cooperfailed
279846 SCColletonAtlantic Ocean at Edisto Beach1988 03050206 Edisto Riverfailed
279824 SCColletonwater near aquaculture facility in Green Pond1988 03050207 Salkehatchiefailed
4300 SCGeorgetownAtlantic Ocean, off Georgetown1988 03040207 Carolina Coastal-Sampitfailed
279852 SCGeorgetownAtlantic Ocean, off Georgetown1988 03040208 Coastal Carolinafailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/23/2024].

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