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

10 results for Pterois volitans/miles (lionfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2003 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Anecdotal Field Lionfish feed on commercially important food fish species, which can impact fisheries. 17946
2004 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Anecdotal Field Lionfish feed on commercially important food fish species, which can impact fisheries. 18899
2005 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational Field The aquarium trade can also suffer, as many of the most popular Caribbean fish collected for the... 18899
2006 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational Field The aquarium trade can also suffer, as many of the most popular Caribbean fish collected for the... 33276
2007 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A Derbys and removals for lionfish result in a market for the fish; many restaurants and stores sell... 33282
2008 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A The State of Florida has created a lionfish removal program to encourage recreation and commercial... 33283
2009 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A The lionfish has venomous spines, capable of envenomating humans. 14095
2010 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A This species is a popular aquarium fish and is collected for the fish trade. 14095
2011 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A Restaurants offer lionfish as a dish in the Unites States, and many find the fish taste very good. 29906
2012 Pterois volitans/miles Harvest Observational N/A Lionfish densities are high near some inshore fishery stocks, making some fisheries very vuneralble... 29162

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