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Luiz, O.J., W.C.R. dos Santos, A.P. Marceniuk, L.A. Rocha, S.R. Floeter, C.E. Buck, A.G.C. de M. Klautau and C.E.L. Ferreira. 2021. Multiple lionfish (Pterois spp.) new occurences along the Brazilian coast confirm the invasion pathway into the Southern Atlantic. Biological Invasions 24:https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-021-02575-8(0123456789().,-volV)( 01234567.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 35745
Type: Journal Article
Author: Luiz, O.J., W.C.R. dos Santos, A.P. Marceniuk, L.A. Rocha, S.R. Floeter, C.E. Buck, A.G.C. de M. Klautau and C.E.L. Ferreira
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Multiple lionfish (Pterois spp.) new occurences along the Brazilian coast confirm the invasion pathway into the Southern Atlantic
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Volume: 24
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Pages: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-021-02575-8(0123456789().,-volV)( 01234567
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Keywords: lionfish, Pterois volitans, Brazil, Southern Atlantic
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pterois volitans/miles

    Amapá - Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Amazon mesophotic reef, offshore
    Amapá - Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Amazon mesophotic reef
     - Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Fernando de Noronha oceanic archipleago, 345 km off Northern coast, north side of main island, Laje dos Cabos reef
    Rio de Janeiro - Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Arraial do Cabo, Cabo Frio Island, Saco das Neves


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