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Aguilar-Perera, A., and A. Tuz-Sulub. 2010. Non-native, invasive Red lionfish (Pterois volitans [Linnaeus, 1758]: Scorpaenidae), is first recorded in the southern Gulf of Mexico, off the northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Aquatic Invasions 5(Supplement 1):S9-S12. http://www.aquaticinvasions.net/2010/AI_2010_5_2_Aguilar-Perera_Tuz-Sulub_correctedproof.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18977
Type: Journal Article
Author: Aguilar-Perera, A., and A. Tuz-Sulub
Date (year): 2010
Article Title:Non-native, invasive Red lionfish (Pterois volitans [Linnaeus, 1758]: Scorpaenidae), is first recorded in the southern Gulf of Mexico, off the northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
Journal Name: Aquatic Invasions
Volume: 5
Issue: Supplement 1
Pages: S9-S12
URL: http://www.aquaticinvasions.net/2010/AI_2010_5_2_Aguilar-Perera_Tuz-Sulub_correctedproof.pdf
Keywords: lionfish, Pterois volitans, Mexico
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pterois volitans/miles

    MX - Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, north of Yucatan Peninsula, Pacharela Reef


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