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

9 results for Penaeus monodon (Asian tiger shrimp)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2062 Penaeus monodon Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory Penaeus monodon feeds on a variety of native invertebrates outside of its home range... 29725
2063 Penaeus monodon Harvest Anecdotal Laboratory The heavy predation of Penaeus monodon on the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, may have... 29725
2200 Penaeus monodon Aquaculture/Agriculture Experimental Field Established populations in introduced coastal waters act as bloodstock sources for aquaculture. 23841
2201 Penaeus monodon Harvest Observational Field Established populations in introduced coastal waters are harvest by artisanal fisheries and... 23841
2202 Penaeus monodon Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A Because Penaeus monodon feeds on a variety of invertebrates and grows much larger than... 26769
2203 Penaeus monodon Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Anecdotal Laboratory Penaeus monodon carries many viruses transmittable to other crustaceans as found in... 26769
2208 Penaeus monodon Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Penaeus monodon feeds on native invertebrates in its introduced range. 28012
2212 Penaeus monodon Food Web Anecdotal N/A Based on the physical characteristics and ecological roles of Penaeus monodon, it could... 32208
2213 Penaeus monodon Competition Anecdotal N/A Based on the physical characteristics and ecological roles of Penaeus monodon, it could... 32208

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