Reference List

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

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14338 Web Page Anonymous. 2003. Taura Syndrome Virus (TSV).
14336 Book Chapter Davis A., I.P. Saoud, W.J. McGraw, and D.B. Rouse. 2002. Considerations for Litopenaeus vannamei reared in inland low salinity waters in Cruz-Suárez, L.E., D. Ricque-Marie, M. Tapia-Salazar, M.G. Gaxiola-Cortés, and N. Simoes, eds. Avances en Nutrición Acuícola VI. Memorias del VI Simposium Interancional de Nutrición Acuícola. Cancún, Quintana Roo, México.
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.
360 Report Howells, R.G. 1992. Annotated list of non-native fishes, mollusks, crustaceans, and aquatic plants, in Texas waters. Management Data Series No. 78. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TX.
13010 Report Howells, R.G. 2001. Introduced non-native fishes and shellfishes in Texas waters: An updated list and discussion. TPWD.
33779 Journal Article Lightner, D.V. 1996. The penaeid shrimp viruses IHHNV and TSV: epizootiology, production impacts and role of international trade in their distribution in the Americas. Revues Scientifique Et Technique Office Interantional Des Epizooties 15(2):579-601.
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.
33794 Book Chapter Panutrakul, S., W. Senanan, S. Chavanich, N. Tangkrock-Olan, and V. Viyakarn. 2010. Ecologial risk assessment of an alien aquatic species: a case study of Litopenaues vannamei (Pacific Whiteleg Shrimp) aquacultue in the Bangpakong River, Thailand. Pages 64-79 in Hoanh, C.T., B.W> Szuster, Kam Suan-Pheng, A.M. Ismail, and A.D. Noble, eds. Ability of Litopenaeus vannamei to survive and compete with local marine shrimp species in the Bangpakong River, Thailand. Tropical Deltas and Coastal Zones.
33789 Journal Article Senanan, W., S. Panutrakul, P. Barnette, S. Chavanich, V. Mantachitr, N. Tangkrock-Olan, and V. Viyakarn. 2009. Preliminary risk assessment of Pacific whiteleg shrimp (P. vannamei) introduced to Thailand for aquaculture. Aquaculture Asia 14(4):28-32. oct-dec-2009/8-preliminary-risk-assessment-of-pacific-whiteleg -shrimp.pdf.
24023 Journal Article Wakida-Kusunoki, A.T., L.E.A. Angel, P.C. Alejandro, and C.Q. Brahms. 2011. Presence of Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone, 1931) in the Southern Gulf of Mexico. Aquatic Invasions 6(3(1)):S139-S142.
1860 Journal Article Wall Street Journal. 1997. Texas shrimp escape. American Fisheries Society Introduced Fish Section Newsletter 1997(May):3.


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