NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission - Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. 2006. First-known lionfish caught in Florida's Gulf Coast waters. a Fish and Wildlife Research Institute press release. http://research.myfwc.com/features/view_article.asp?id=27520.
Reference Number: 15859
Author: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission - Fish and Wildlife Research Institute.
Date (year): 2006
Title:First-known lionfish caught in Florida's Gulf Coast waters.
Publisher:a Fish and Wildlife Research Institute press release
Keywords: Pterois volitans; lionfish; Scorpaenidae florida
Pterois volitans/miles FL - Gulf of Mexico, Florida, Treasure Island [just north of the mouth of Tampa Bay]
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