Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Penaeus monodon listed in key words.

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REFTypeCut-and-Paste Reference
28012 Journal Article Alfaro-Montoya, J., A. M. Monge-Ortiz, D. Martínez-Fernández, and E. Herrera-Quesada. 2015. First 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. BioInvasions Records 4(3):217-222.
23841 Journal Article Anyanwu, P.E., O.A. Ayinla, B.I. Ebonwu, I.K. Ayaobu-Cookey, M.B. Hamzat, A.F. Ihimekpen, M.A. Matanmi, E.S. Afolabi, M.R. Ajijo, and B.L. Olaluwoye. 2011. Culture possibilities of Penaeus monodon in Nigeria. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 6(5):499-505.
14629 News Associated Press. 1988. Experts keep eye on giant shrimp. Gainesville Sun, Gainesville, FL. 1988 (October 19).
24753 News Browning, W. 2012. Scientists still studying giant, foreign shrimp along First Coast. The Florida Times-Union. 7 (27). Created on 07/27/2012. Accessed on 07/30/2012.
26037 Database Buckel, C. 2013. Asian Tiger Shrimp Tissue Repository 2012 (GA Samples).
24369 Database Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. 2019. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. Accessed on 01/27/2019.
23913 Other Cut-and-paste reference not available due to unhandled reference type. Please contact support to request the addition of the 'Other' type.
30949 Journal Article de Souza Junior, E. M., Júnior, J. G., do Nascimento Araújo, P. V., Alencar, C. E. R. D., and F. A. de Morais Freire. 2015. Second report of the occurrence of giant tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798 (crustacea: decapoda), in Rio Grande Do Norte state, northeast Brazil. Arquivos de Ciências do Mar 48(2):116-120.
1420 Report Eldredge, L.G. 1994. Perspectives in Aquatic Exotic Species Management in the Pacific Islands. Vol. I. Introductions of commercially significant aquatic organisms to the Pacific Islands. South Pacific Commission, Noumea, New Caledonia.
33016 Database Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. 2019. Tiger Prawns in FWC nonnative database. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Accessed on 04/23/2019.
26769 Journal Article Fuller, P.L., D.M. Knott, P.R. Kingsley-Smith, J.A. Morris, C.A. Buckel, M.E. Hunter, and L.D. Hartman. 2014. Invasion of Asian tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798, in the western north Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Aquatic Invasions 9(1):59-70.
27037 Journal Article Gómez-Lemos, L.A., and N.H. Campos. 2008. Presence of Penaeus monodon Fabricius (Crustacea: Decapoda: Penaeidae) in waters off the Colombian Guajira. Boletín de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras 37(2):221-225.
29725 Journal Article Hill, J.M., O.N. Caretti, and K.L. Heck, Jr. 2017. Recently established Asian tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798 consume juvenile blue crabs Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1896 and polychaetes in a laboratory diet-choice experiment. BioInvasions Records 6(3):233-238.
21078 Database Hillebrandt, R. 2011. Tiger prawn report 8-22 to 8-31.
32244 Report Kingsley-Smith, P. 2018. SCDNR Marine Resources Research Institute State Report. Gulf and South Atlantic Regional Panel on Invasive Species, San Antonio, TX.
29089 Report Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. 2016. Louisiana - Aquatic Invasive Species report to GSARP, April 2016. Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Baton Rouge, LA.
28679 Journal Article Lutz, I., M. Nascimento, V. Isaac, M. Raiol, U. Silva, K. Mourão, I. Cintra, and B. Bentes. 2015. First record of Giant-Tiger-Shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798, in an upper Amazon estuary. Biota Amazonia 5(3):115-116.
33603 Journal Article Marte, C.L. 1980. The food and feeding habit of Penaeus monodon Fabricius collected from Makato River, Aklan, Philippines (Decapoda Natantia). Crustaceana 38(3):225-236.
1652 Book McCann, J.A., L.N. Arkin, and J.D. Williams. 1996. Nonindigenous Aquatic and Selected Terrestrial Species of Florida. Status, Pathways, Dates of Introduction, Range Distributions, and Significant Ecological and Economic Effects. Florida Caribbean Science Center, U S Geological Survey, Gainesville, FL.
18245 News Mitchell, L. 2008. The ultimate in jumbo shrimp: Half-pound tigers invade local waters. Beaufort Gazette.
18914 Journal Article Motoh, H. 1979. Larvae of Decapod Crustacea of Philippines-III Larval Development of the Giant Tiger Prawn, Penaeus monodon Reared in the Laboratory. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 45(10):1201-1216.
24463 Report Motoh, H. 1981. Studies on the fisheries biology of the giant tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon in the Philippines. Aquaculture Dept., Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines:.
25666 Database North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. 2013. 2012 North Carolina tiger shrimp collections. North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries.
33621 Journal Article Primavera, J.H. 2006. Overcoming the impacts of aquacultlure on the coastal zone. Ocean and Coastal Management 49:531-545.
31650 Journal Article Sukumaran1, V., S. Jose, J. Chekidhenkuzhiyil, M.D. Lalithabai,S.B. Nair1, D. Christo, V.K. Kizhakedath, B.C. Paran, R. Philip, and B.S.I. Sarojini. 2017. ELISA detection of vitellogenin in the haemolymph of Penaeus monodon (Fabricius, 1798) (Caridea: Penaeidae):indirect indicator of female maturity. Journal of Crustacean Biology 37(4):473-480.
26868 Journal Article Wakida-Kusunoki, A.T., R.I. Rojas-González, A. González-Cruz, L.E.A. Ángel, J.L. Sánchez-Cruz, and N.A.L. Tellez. 2013. Presence of giant tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798 on the Mexican coast of the Gulf of Mexico. BioInvasions Records 2(4):325-328.
32208 Journal Article Zink, I.C., T.L. Jackson, and J.A. Browder. 2018. 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. BioInvasions Records 7(3):297-302.


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