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López-Gómez, M.J., A. Aguilar-Perera, L. Perera-Chan. 2014. Mayan diver-fishers as citizen scientists: detection and monitoring of the invasive red lionfish in the Parque Nacional Arrecife Alacranes, southern Gulf of Mexico. Biological Invasions 16 (7): 1351–1357 Edit this citation
Lopez-Gomez, M.J., A. Tuz-Sulub, L. Perera-Chan, A. Aguilar-Perera. 2011. Diver-Fishermen Volunteering Provided Reliable Data on the Lionfish Invasion in the Alacranes Reef National Park, Mexico. Proceedings Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 64 34-38 Edit this citation
Luiz OJ, SR Floeter, LA Rocha and CEL Ferreira. 2013. Perspectives for the lionfish invasion in the South Atlantic: Are Brazilian reefs protected by the currents?. Marine Ecology Progress Series 485 1–7 Edit this citation
Maljković, A., T.E.Van Leeuwen, S.N. Cove. 2008. Predation on the invasive red lionfish, Pterois volitans (Pisces: Scorpanidae), by native groupers in the Bahamas. Coral Reefs. 27 501. Edit this citation
McCleery, C. 2011. A comparative study of the feeding ecology of invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) in the Caribbean. Journal of Marine Science. 38. Edit this citation
Meister, H. S., D.M. Wyanski, J.K. Loefer, S.W. Ross, A.M. Quattrini, K.J. Sulak. 2005. Further evidence for the invasion and establishment of the Pterois volitans (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae) along the Atlantic coast of the United States.. Southeastern Naturalist. 4 193–206. Edit this citation
Morris J. Jr., K. Shertzer, J. Rice. 2011.. A stage-based matrix population model of invasive lionfish with implications of control. Biological Invasions. Biological Invasions. 13 (1): 7-12. Edit this citation
Morris Jr, J.A., A. Thomas, A.L. Rhyne, N. Breen, L. Akins, B. Nash. 2011.. Nutritional properties of the invasive lionfish: A delicious and nutritious approach for controlling the invasion. Aquaculture, Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation-International Journal of the Bioflux Society (AACL Bioflux). 4 (1): Edit this citation
Morris Jr., J.A., J.L. Akins, A. Barse, D. Cerino, D.W. Freshwater, et al. 2009.. Biology and ecology of the invasive lionfishes, Pterois miles and Pterois volitans. Proceedings of the 61st Gulf Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 29 409–414. Edit this citation
Morris Jr., J.A., K.W. Shertzer, J.A. Rice. 2011. A stage-based matrix population model of invasive lionfish with implications for control. Biological Invasions. 13 7–12. Edit this citation
Morris, J. Jr. (Ed). 2012. Invasive Lionfish: A Guide to Control and Management. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Special Publication Series. 1 133p. Edit this citation
Morris, J. Jr., C. Sullivan, J. Govoni. 2011. Oogenesis and spawn formation in the invasive lionfish, Pterois miles and Pterois volitans. Scientia Marina. 75 (1): 147-154. Edit this citation
Morris, J. Jr., J. Akins. 2009. Feeding ecology of invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) in the Bahamian archipelago. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 86 389-398. Edit this citation
Morris, J. Jr., P. Whitfield. 2009.. Biology, Ecology, Control and Management of the Invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish: An Updated Integrated Assessment. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS. 99 57. Edit this citation
Morris, J.A. 2009. The Biology and Ecology of the Invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish. North Carolina State University. Edit this citation
Morris, J.A., D.W. Freshwater. 2007. Phenotypic variation of lionfish supraocular tentacles. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 82 (2): 237-241. Edit this citation
Mumby P.J., A.R. Harborne, and D.R. Brumbaugh. 2011. Grouper as a Natural Biocontrol of Invasive Lionfish. PLoS ONE 6 (6): 2-5.
Mumby, P.J., A. R. Harborne, D.R. Brumbaugh. 2011. Grouper as a Natural Biocontrol of Invasive Lionfish. PLoS ONE. 6 (6): 2-5. Edit this citation
Muñoz, M. 2010. Reproduction and Sexuality in Marine Fishes: Patterns and Processes. University of California Press. 65-87 pp. Edit this citation
Munoz, R., C. Currin, P. Whitfield. 2011.. Diet of the invasive lionfish on hard bottom reefs of the Southeast USA: insights from stomach contents and stable isotopes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 432 181-193. Edit this citation

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