Effective Management of Lionfish on Select Habitats in the Middle Florida Keys - Benjamin Binder, Michelle Dancy, Jeff Renchen and Alejandro Acosta
Fishing Down an Invasive Species: Determining the Effort to Reduce Local Lionfish Populations and Mitigate Their Effects - Christopher D. Stallings, Mark A. Albins and Kara R. Wall
Lionfish in the Eastern Pacific and Mediterranean - Assessing the Invasion Risk with a Cellular Automaton Model - Matthew Johnston and Sam Purkis
Measuring the Socio-Economic Characteristics of a Lionfish Derby Event - Adam Nardelli, Stephanie Green, Lad Akins and David Kerstetter
Novel predator, novel habitat: A diet analysis and experimental test of the ecological effects of invasive lionfish in Florida Bay - Meaghan Faletti and Robert Ellis
Preliminary Analyses of Population Structure and Growth of the Invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) in Northeast Florida - MaryKate Swenarton and Eric Johnson
Using Surveys of Recreational Lobster Fishers to Obtain Information About Lionfish - William C. Sharp
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