Pterois volitans/miles
Pterois volitans/miles
(lionfish)
Fishes
Exotic

6 Results for Pterois volitans/miles (lionfish)
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Specimen IDCountryStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
277589 United States of AmericaFLEscambiaGulf of Mexico, Florida, Escambia County, about 1/2 mile West of Pensacola beach pier, 50 ft from shore2011 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
285732 United States of AmericaFLEscambiaGulf of Mexico, Florida, Gulf Island National Seashore, near pier structure, 25 m from shore2012 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
285731 United States of AmericaFLEscambiaGulf of Mexico, Florida, Gulf Island National Seashore, old wreckage off the west of rock jetty, approx 20 m from shore2012 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
558070 United States of AmericaFLEscambiaGulf of Mexico, Florida, north side of Escambia Bay, mouth of the Bayou2013 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
547361 United States of AmericaFLOkaloosaGulf of Mexico, Florida, Fort Walton Beach, off Waterscape Beach2013 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
1339789 United States of AmericaFLSanta RosaGulf of Mexico, Florida, Navarre Beach Caribbean Resort2017 3140105 Pensacola Bayestablished

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