Literature Database

Butterfield, J.S.S., E. Díaz-Ferguson, B.R. Silliman, J.W. Saunders, D. Buddo, A.A. Mignucci-Giannoni, L. Searle, A.C. Allen, M.E. Hunter 2015. Wide-ranging phylogeographic structure of invasive red lionfish in the Western Atlantic and Greater Caribbean. Marine Biology 1-9
Cao, E., Y. Chen, Z. Cui, P.R. Foster 2002. Effect of Freezing and Thawing Rates on Denaturation of Proteins in Aqueous Solutions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 82 (6): 684-690
Carballo-Cardenas, E.C. 2015. Controversies and consensus on the lionfish invasion in the Western Atlantic Ocean.. Ecology and Society (3): (20): 24
Carrijo, L.C., F. Andrich, M.E. de Lima, M.N. Cordeiro, M. Richardson, S.G. Figueiredoa 2005. Biological properties of the venom from the scorpionfish (Scorpaena plumieri) and purification of a gelatinolytic protease. Toxicon 45: 843-850
Cerino, D., A.S. Overton, J.A. Rice, J.A. Morris Jr 2013. Bioenergetics and Trophic Impacts of the Invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142 (6): 1522-1534.
Cerino, D.S. 2010. Bioenergetics and trophic impacts of invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish. Masters Thesis. East Carolina University. 72 pages.
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.
Choromanski, J.M. 1985. Chemical Stabilization and Pharmacological Characterization of the Venom of the Lionfish, Pterois volitans. Doctoral dissertation
Choromanski, J.M., T.F. Murray 1984. Biological properties of the venom from the scorpionfish (Scorpaena plumieri) and purification of a gelatinolytic protease. Proceedings of the Western Pharmacology Society 27: 229-232
Church, J.E., R.X. Moldrich, P.M. Beart, W.C. Hodgson 2003. Modulation of intracellular Ca2+ levels by Scorpaenidae venoms. Toxicon 41: 679-689
Church, J.E., W.C. Hodgson 2002.   Adrenergic and cholinerhic activity contributes to the cardiovascular effects of lionfish (Pterois volitans) venom. Toxicon 40: 787-796
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.
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.
Cook, C. A., P. C. Sikkel, L. P. Renoux, N. J. Smit 2015. Blood parasite biodiversity of reef-associated fishes of the eastern Caribbean.. Marine Ecology Progress Series 533: 1-13
Cortés, E. 1997. A critical review of methods of studying fish feeding based on analysis of stomach contents: application to elasmobranch fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (3): 726-738
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.