FWC scientists discover new bass species
May 07, 2013
Male panther rescued with sister as kittens in 2011 is released
April 03, 2013
FWC looking for cause of pelican deaths in Brevard
March 19, 2013
Red tide bloom affecting manatees along southwest Florida coast
March 11, 2013
Headed to the beach? Help biologists monitor spawning horseshoe crabs
Red Tide Current StatusThis summary report of current red tide conditions around Florida includes a map of sampling results and regional status reports.
Selected Sawfish ReferencesA list of publications on sawfish research.
Getting to the Bottom of Stone Crab Population TrendsResearchers are conducting a long-term fishery-independent monitoring program to better understand stone crab population dynamics in Florida.
Researcher Spotlight: Charles CrawfordCrawford's work sheds light on the health of Florida's stone crab populations while satisfying his curiosity.
New PublicationsNew to the publications list are these published reports.
Scientists Recognize New Bass Species in Florida WatersThe Choctaw bass, which was long mistaken for spotted bass, is found in coastal rivers along the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama.
About the ImageBiologists measure a stone crab's carapace (shell) width while out on a sampling trip.Learn more about this project
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FWC Facts:Red tides are not always red. They can appear greenish, brownish or even purple in color. The water can even remain its normal color during a bloom.
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