Specimen Information

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

Specimen ID291582
GroupCrustaceans-Shrimp
GenusPenaeus
Speciesmonodon
Common NameAsian tiger shrimp
StateFL
CountyMiami-Dade
LocalityLittle Card Sound at the West end of Card Sound Bridge on the South side
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameFlorida Southeast Coast
HUC8 Number03090206
HUC10 NameNorth Biscayne Bay
HUC10 Number0309020614
HUC12 NameMiami River
HUC12 Number030902061405
Map
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Collection Day29
Collection Month10
Collection Year2012
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayunknown
Statusestablished
Reference 2
Ref. Number:32208
Author:Zink, I.C., T.L. Jackson, and J.A. Browder
Date:2018
Title:A note on the occurrence of non-native tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798) in Biscayne Bay, FL, USA and review of south Florida sighting and species identification
Journal:BioInvasions Records
Volume:7
Issue:3
Pages:297-302
CommentsFWC ObservationID = 40289. "Ben Hood caught on approximately 4 in red-stripe morph tiger prawn on bottom with a dip net while wading. Another possibly seen swimming. Shrimp was not retained for genetic sampling." red-strip morph.
Record TypePersonal communication
Freshwater/MarineMarine
Number Collected1
Photo
Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon
Penaeus monodon


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