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Meister, H.S., D.M. Wyanski, J.K. Loefer, S.W. Ross, A.M. Quattrini, and K.J. Sulak. 2005. Further evidence for the invasion and establishment of Pterois volitans (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae) along the Atlantic Coast of the United States. Southeastern Naturalist 4(2):193-206.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15617
Type: Journal Article
Author: Meister, H.S., D.M. Wyanski, J.K. Loefer, S.W. Ross, A.M. Quattrini, and K.J. Sulak
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:Further evidence for the invasion and establishment of Pterois volitans (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae) along the Atlantic Coast of the United States.
Journal Name: Southeastern Naturalist
Volume: 4
Issue: 2
Pages: 193-206
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Keywords: Pterois volitans, lionfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pterois volitans/miles

    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, E of Brunswick
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Charleston
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Charleston
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, offshore of Charleston
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Charleston
    NY - Atlantic Ocean, south shore of Long Island (#1)
    NY - Atlantic Ocean, south shore of Long Island (#3)
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    NY - Atlantic Ocean, south shore of Long Island (#2)
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E of Charleston
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Wilmington
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Wilmington
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Georgetown
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E of Georgetown
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Charleston
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Savannah
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, E/SE of Savannah
    FL - Atlantic Ocean, approx. 60 miles offshore of St. Augustine
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Charleston
    NC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Wilmington
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, SE of Charleston


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