Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
42993 Report 2021Gulf & south Atlantic regional panel on aquatic invasive species minutes
39508 DatabaseAnonymous2022Miami Fish Slam Data
41440 DatabaseAnonymous2023Ruskin Fish Slam Data
42848 DatabaseAnonymous2023Ft. Myers Fish Slam data
1549 NewsBragg, R.1996Unwelcome Asian eels make themselves at home in Georgia.
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
27211 Journal ArticleCole, R.A., A. Choudhury, L.G. Nico, and K.M. Griffin2014Gnathostoma spp. in live Asian Swamp Eels (Monopterus spp.) from food markets and wild populations, United States.
15669 Journal ArticleCollins, T.M., J.C. Trexler, L.G. Nico, and T.A. Rawlings2002Genetic diversity in a morphologically conservative invasive taxon: Multiple introductions of swamp eels to the southeastern United States.
690 Conference ProceedingsDevick, W.S.1991Pattern of introductions of aquatic organisms to Hawaii freshwater habitats.
29166 DatabaseFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.2016FL FWC Long-term monitoring database
18857 DatabaseFlorida Museum of Natural History2009Ichthyology Collection database.
29497 Conference ProceedingsJohnson, J. and J.M. Long2016Hydrologic Factors Associated with Detection and Occupancy of Riparian Areas By Asian Swamp Eel in the Chattahoochee River System, Georgia
25745 Journal ArticleKline, J.L., W.F. Loftus, K. Kotun, J.C. Trexler, J.S. Rehage, J.J. Lorenz, and M. Robinson2014Recent fish introductions into Everglades National Park: an unforeseen consequence of water-management?
19144 OtherKline, Jeffrey.2009Everglades National Park - Freshwater Aquatics Monitoring.
25024 Journal ArticleLong, J.M., and C. LaFleur2011Estimation of daily age and timing of hatching of exotic Asian swamp eels Monopterus albus (Zuiew, 1793) in a backwater marsh of the Chattahoochee River, Georgia, USA.
672 Book ChapterMaciolek, J.A.1984Exotic fishes in Hawaii and other islands of Oceania
14969 BookMundy, B.C.2005Checklist of the fishes of the Hawaiian Archipelago. Bishop Museum Bulletin in Zoology 6
18143 NewsMurray, B.T.2008Slippery predator invades a lake.
18144 NewsMurray, B.T.2008Asian swamp eel threatens native N.J. wildlife.
39288 Journal ArticleProk, J.2000Asian swamp eel invasion increases in southeast
27192 DatabaseSchofield, P.J.2014Fish slam collection data from 2014 south Florida (sampling in canals in south Miami-Dade county)
32414 DatabaseSchofield, P.J.2016Fish slam data Spring 2016 in south Florida
31023 DatabaseSchofield, P.J.2017Fish Slam Fall 2017 collection data in south Florida
35671 DatabaseSchofield, P.J.2021Virtual Statewide Fish Slam, March 15-19, 2021
15920 Journal ArticleShafland, P.L., K.B. Gestring, and M.S. Stanford2008Florida's exotic freshwater fishes - 2007.
18951 Journal ArticleShafland, P.L., K.B. Gestring, and M.S. Stanford2010An assessment of the Asian swamp eel (Monopterus albus) in Florida.
39900 Web PageStarnes, W.C., R.T. Bryant, and G.C. Greer1998Perilous experiment: the Asian rice eel in Georgia
32393 Journal ArticleTaylor, A.T., H. von Schmeling, J.M. Long2018Photographs of wading bird depredation update invasion extent of Monopterus albus (Asian Swamp Eel)
35674 Journal ArticleTaylor, A.T., M.R. Bangs, and J.M. Long2021Sibship reconstruction with SNPs illuminates the scope of a cryptic invasion of Asian Swamp Eels (Monopterus albus) in Georgia, USA
13672 Journal ArticleTilmant, J.T.1999Management of nonindigenous aquatic fish in the U.S. National Park System.
19533 NewsTurkewitz, J.2006Alien eels slither close to Hooch: Researchers fear creatures could disrupt ecosystem.
25944 DatabaseUeda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S.


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