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Reference Number: 23913
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Author: Chin, E.
Date (year): 1988
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Title:Occurrence of the giant tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon) in commercial fishermens catches. Unpublished manuscript
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Pages: 6 pp
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Keywords: Asian tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon, Georgia, South Carolina
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Penaeus monodon

    FL - Atlantic Ocean, near St. Augustine
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, off Georgetown
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E of Port Royal Sound
    SC - Atlantic Ocean at Edisto Beach
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, off Kiawah Island
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, off Folly Beach
    SC - Charleston Harbor
    SC - Santee River Inlet
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, E of Port Royal Sound
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, off Georgetown
    GA - Savannah River Channel
    SC - Atlantic Ocean, 1/2 mi. off south part of Hilton HEad Island
    GA - St. Catherines Channel
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, Cabretta Island
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Ossabaw Island
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, 1-3 mi. off Wassaw Island
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Savannah River Channel
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Ossabaw Island
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Savannah River
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Sapelo Sound
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Sapelo Sound
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Sapelo Sound
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Sapelo Sound
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Sapelo Sound
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Brunswick Channel
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Brunswick Channel
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, off Brunswick Channel
    GA - St. Andrew Sound, at mouth
    GA - St. Andrew Sound, south end of Jekyll Island
    GA - St. Andrew Sound, at mouth
    GA - Atlantic Ocean, 1 mi. N of the North Fernandina jetty


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