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Ruiz-Carus, R., R.E. Matheson, Jr., D.E. Roberts, Jr., and P.E. Whitfield. 2006. The western Pacific red lionfish, Pterois volitans (Scorpaenidae), in Florida: Evidence for reproduction and parasitism in the first exotic marine fish established in state waters. Biological Conservation 128:384-390.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14935
Type: Journal Article
Author: Ruiz-Carus, R., R.E. Matheson, Jr., D.E. Roberts, Jr., and P.E. Whitfield
Date (year): 2006
Article Title:The western Pacific red lionfish, Pterois volitans (Scorpaenidae), in Florida: Evidence for reproduction and parasitism in the first exotic marine fish established in state waters.
Journal Name: Biological Conservation
Volume: 128
Issue:
Pages: 384-390
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Keywords: vertebrates, fishes, lionfish, Pterois volitans, scorpaenidae, marine, aquarium
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Pterois volitans/miles

    FL - Atlantic Ocean, offshore of St. Augustine
    FL - Atlantic Ocean, offshore of Jacksonville
    FL - Atlantic Ocean, south end of Amelia Island


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