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Rifkin, J.F. 1996. Venomous and poisonous marine animals: a medical and biological handbook. Pages 382-384 J.A. Williamson ed., J.W. Burnett ed., P.J. Fenner ed.. UNSW Press
Acuña, R. 2009. Alerta: el pez león (Pterois volitans) arriba al Caribe mexicano.. Cir Gen . 31 ((4)): 78-84.
Aguilar-Perera, A. 2012. Eating Lionfish: An Effective Solution to Control its Invasion? . Proceedings of the 65th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 315-320.
Aguilar-Perera, A., A. Tuz-Sulub, L. Perera-Chan, M.J. López-Gómez, X. González-Triste, E. Carrillo-Flota. 2012.. Lionfish Invasion off the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, Southern Gulf of Mexico: What Do we Know?. Proceedings Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 64: 34-38
Aguilar-Perera, A., A. Tuz-Sulub. 2010.. Non-native, invasive Red lionfish (Pterois volitans [Linnaeus, 1758]: Scorpaenidae), is first recorded in the southern Gulf of Mexico, off the northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Aquatic Invasions.. Aquatic Invasions. (5) (2): S9-S12
Aguilar-Perera, A., E. Carrillo-Flota. 2014.. Revisión sobre la invasión del pez león en el Sureste del Golfo de México. Pages 119-142 in: Especies Invasoras Acuáticas: casos de estudio en ecosistemas de México. SEMARNAT-INECC. México, D.F..
Aguilar-Perera, A., L. Perera-Chan, L. Quijano-Puerto. 2013.. Record body size for the Red lionfish, Pterois volitans (Scorpaeniformes), in the Southern Gulf of Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Research 25: 121-123
Ahrenholz, D., J. Morris. 2010. Larval duration of the lionfish, Pterois volitans along the Bahamian Archipelago. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88 305-309.
Akins, J.L. 2012. Control strategies: tools and techniques for local control. Pages 24-50 in: J.A. Morris, Jr., (ed). Invasive Lionfish: A Guide to Control and Management. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Special Publication Series Number 1 Marathon, Florida.
Akins, J.L., J.A. Morris, S.J. Green 2014. In situ tagging technique for fishes provides insight into growth and movement of invasive lionfish. Ecology and Evolution 4 (19): 3768-3777
Albins, M., and M. Hixon. 2008. Invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish (Pterois volitans) reduce recruitment of Atlantic coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series (367): 233-238.
Albins, M., M. Hixon 2008. Invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish (Pterois volitans) reduce recruitment of Atlantic coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 367: 233-238.
Albins, M., M. Hixon. 2011. Worst case scenario: potential long-term effects of invasive predatory lionfish (Pterois volitans) on Atlantic and Caribbean coral-reef communities. Environmental Biology of Fishes
Albins, M.A. 2011. Effects of the Invasive Pacific Red Lionfish Pterois volitans on Native Atlantic Coral-reef Fish Communities.. Oregon State University
Albins, M.A. 2013. Effects of invasive Pacific red lionfish Pterois volitans versus a native predator on Bahamian coral-reef fish communities. Biological Invasions 15: 29-43.
Albins, M.A. 2015. Invasive Pacific lionfish Pterois volitans reduce abundance and species richness of native Bahamian coral-reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 522: 231-243
Albins, M.A., P.J. Lyons. 2012. Invasive red lionfish Pterois volitans blow directed jets of water at prey fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series . Marine Ecology Progress Series 448: 41-44.
Alemu I, Jahson. 2016. The status and management of the lionfish, Pterois sp. in Trinidad and Tobago. Marine Pollution Bulletin 109 402–408. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.05.042
Alexander, A.K. 2011. Red Lionfish (Pterois volitans) Invade San Salvador, Bahamas: Early Population Characteristics, and Comparisons of the Coral and Fish Communities on Shallow Patch Reefs in 2001 and 2007. Masters Thesis. The College of Brockport. 62 pages.
Alexander, A.K., J.M. Haynes 2011. Red Lionfish (Pterois volitans) Invade San Salvador, Bahamas: No Early Effects on Coral and Fish Communities. International Journal of Bahamian Studies 17 (2):