Pterois volitans/miles
Pterois volitans/miles
Marine Fishes

5 results for Pterois volitans/miles (lionfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1998 Pterois volitans/miles Recreation Observational N/A Spearfishers, scuba divers, and fisherman gather to attend lionfish derbys and festivals for the... 33282
1999 Pterois volitans/miles Recreation Observational N/A The State of Florida has created a lionfish removal program to encourage recreation and commercial... 33283
2000 Pterois volitans/miles Recreation Observational N/A This species is a popular aquarium fish and is collected for the fish trade. 14095
5381 Pterois volitans/miles Recreation Observational Field Spearfishers recreationally dive for Pterois volitans/miles. 38586
6537 Pterois volitans/miles Recreation Observational Field Recreational lionfish spearfishing is incentivized in Florida with prizes. One price offered by the... 42011

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