Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
28012 Journal ArticleAlfaro-Montoya, J., A. M. Monge-Ortiz, D. Martínez-Fernández, and E. Herrera-Quesada.2015First record of the nonindigenous Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798 (Penaeidae) in the Caribbean Sea of Costa Rica, Central America, with observations on selected aspects of its reproductive biology.
24753 NewsBrowning, W.2012Scientists still studying giant, foreign shrimp along First Coast.
26037 DatabaseBuckel, C.2013Asian Tiger Shrimp Tissue Repository 2012 (GA Samples).
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
23913 OtherChin, E.1988Occurrence of the giant tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon) in commercial fishermens catches. Unpublished manuscript
1420 ReportEldredge, L.G.1994Perspectives in Aquatic Exotic Species Management in the Pacific Islands. Vol. I. Introductions of commercially significant aquatic organisms to the Pacific Islands.
33016 DatabaseFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission2019Tiger Prawns in FWC nonnative database
21078 DatabaseHillebrandt, R.2011Tiger prawn report 8-22 to 8-31.
29089 ReportLouisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.2016Louisiana - Aquatic Invasive Species report to GSARP, April 2016
1652 BookMcCann, J.A., L.N. Arkin, and J.D. Williams.1996Nonindigenous Aquatic and Selected Terrestrial Species of Florida. Status, Pathways, Dates of Introduction, Range Distributions, and Significant Ecological and Economic Effects.
18245 NewsMitchell, L.2008The ultimate in jumbo shrimp: Half-pound tigers invade local waters.
25666 DatabaseNorth Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries.20132012 North Carolina tiger shrimp collections.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/20/2021].

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