Literature Database

Cerino, D.S. 2010. Bioenergetics and trophic impacts of invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish. Masters Thesis. East Carolina University. 72 pages. Edit this citation
Chevalier, P.O., E. Gutierrez, D. Ibarzabal, S. Romero, V. Isla, J. Calderin, E. Hernendez. 2008. First record of Pterois volitans (Pisces: Scorpaenidae) for Cuban waters. Solenodon 7: 37-40.
Clark, N.A. 2012. Invasion of Reservation: U.S. policy responses to the invasive lionfish within Marine Protected Areas. Senior Thesis. Trinity College. 66 pages. Edit this citation
Claydon, J.A.B., J. Batchasingh, M.C. Calosso, S.E. Jacob, K. Lockhart. 2010. Invasive red lionfish in shallow habitats of the Turks & Caicos Islands.. Proceedings of the 63rd Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 315-319.
Claydon, J.A.B., M.C. Calosso, S.B. Traiger. 2012. Progression of invasive lionfish in seagrass, mangrove and reef habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 448: 119-129.
Claydon, J.A.B., M.C. Calosso, S.E. Jacob. 2009. The red lionfish invasion of South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands. Proceedings of the 61st Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 61 400-402.
Côté, I., S. Green, J. Morris, J. Akins, D. Steinke. 2013. Diet richness of invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish revealed by DNA barcoding. Marine Ecology Progress Series 472: 249-256.
Côté, I.M. and A. Maljković. 2010. Predation rates of Indo-Pacific lionfish on Bahamian coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Seri 404: 219–225.
Côté, I.M., E.S. Darling, L. Malpica-Cruz, N.S. Smith, S.J. Green, J. Curtis-Quick, C. Layman. 2014. What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Wary? Effect of Repeated Culling on the Behaviour of an Invasive Predator. PloS one. 9 (4): e94248. Edit this citation
Côté, I.M., S.J. Green. 2012. Potential effects of climate change on a marine invasion: The importance of current context. Current Zoology 58 (1):
Courtenay, W.R. 1995. Marine fish introductions in southeastern Florida. American Fisheries Society Introduced Fish Section 14: 2-3.
Cure, K., C.E. Benkwitt, T.L. Kindinger, E.A. Pickering, T.J. Pusack, J.L. McIlwain, M.A. Hixon. 2012. Comparative behavior of red lionfish Pterois volitans on native Pacific versus invaded Atlantic coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 467: 181-192.
Dahl, Kristen A. and William F. Patterson, III Habitat-Specific Density and Diet of Rapidly Expanding Invasive Red Lionfish, Pterois volitans, Populations in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. PLoS ONE 9 (8): e105852 Edit this citation
de León, R., K. Vane, P. Bertuol, V.C. Chamberland, F. Simal, E. Imms, M.J. Vermeij. 2013. Effectiveness of lionfish removal efforts in the southern Caribbean. Endangered Species Research 22: 175–182.
Diller, J.L., T.K Frazer, C.A. Jacoby. 2014. Coping with the lionfish invasion: Evidence that naïve, native predators can learn to help. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 445: 45-49.
Donaldson, T.J., D. Benavente, R. Diaz. 2011. Why Are Lionfishes (Pterois, Scorpaenidae) So Rare In Their Native Ranges?. Proceedings of the 63rd Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute
Elise S., I. Urbina-Barreto, H. Boadas-Gil, M. Galindo-Vivas and M. Kulbicki. 2014. No detectable effect of lionfish (Pterois volitans and P. miles) invasion on a healthy reef fish assemblage in Archipelago Los Roques National Park, Venezuela. Marine Biology 1-12 Edit this citation
Elston, D.M. 2006. Aquatic Antagonists: Lionfish (Pterois volitans). Cutis 77 (4): 215-216.
Ericson, J.A. 2005. The economic roots of aquatic species invasions. Fisheries 30 (5): 30-33.
Fishelson, L. 1997. Experiments and observations on food consumption , growth and starvation in Dendrochirus brachypterus and Pterois volitans (Pteroinae , Scorpaenidae). Atema 1980: 391-403