Red tide causes large fish kill in northeast Gulf of Mexico
July 25, 2014
New tactics to monitor harmful algal blooms in Indian River Lagoon
Panther biologists, officer honored by Florida Wildlife Federation
July 15, 2014
East coast anglers encouraged to help FWC collect red snapper data
July 07, 2014
Bay scallop season starts June 28
June 23, 2014
Red Tide Current StatusThis summary report of current red tide conditions around Florida includes a map of sampling results and regional status reports.
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Tagging studies help biologists learn about largemouth bass populations and associated fishing activity throughout Florida.
What do Florida Largemouth Bass Need to Reach Trophy Size?Biologists discuss what factors contribute to the growth of trophy-sized Florida largemouth bass.
About Florida Red TidesFlorida red tides occur almost every year in the Gulf of Mexico and can harm marine animals and humans.
Cyanobacteria in Florida WatersCyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, are commonly found as individual cells, clumps, filaments or large mats in Florida's lakes, rivers and estuaries.
Learn About TrichodesmiumFind out how dust from the Sahara Desert fuels annual Trichodesmium blooms in the Gulf of Mexico.
About the ImageThe spiny lobster program is responsible for monitoring and conducting research on Florida's lobster populations. Learn more about the spiny lobster.
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FWC Facts:Red tides are not always red. They can appear green, brown or even purple in color. The water can even remain its normal color during a bloom.
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