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War On Lionfish Can Aid In Recovery Of Native Fish
2014-01-23 14:17:58

Oregon State University It may take a legion of scuba divers armed with nets and spears, but a new study confirms for the first time that controlling lionfish populations in the western Atlantic Ocean can pave the way for a recovery of native fish. Even if it’s one speared fish at a time, it finally appears that there’s a way to fight back. Scientists at Oregon State University, Simon Fraser University and other institutions have shown in both computer models and 18 months of...

2013-07-24 23:25:46

The latest blog from PortNoise.com Magazine, a Marble Media LLC online publication, offers a disturbing picture of the rampant spread of the non-native lion fish in the Atlantic Ocean. Fort Lee, NJ (PRWEB) July 24, 2013 An exotic species of fish native to the Pacific and Indian Oceans has been wreaking environmental havoc in the Atlantic Ocean. According to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), although they pose no danger to humans, lion fish are fast...

Lionfish Invasion Human Intervention
2013-07-12 13:54:23

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online With almost daily reports detailing how human activities are decimating other species, researchers from the University of North Carolina are making the unique call for human intervention in controlling the Atlantic Ocean's lionfish population. "Lionfish are here to stay, and it appears that the only way to control them is by fishing them," said John Bruno, a UNC biologist and lead investigator in a new study detailing the lack of...

2013-06-18 16:20:28

OceanGate, Nova Southeastern University and Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Host Three-Day Event to Promote Awareness and Gauge Impact of Lionfish on Florida's Economy and Ocean Habitat SEATTLE, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The latest tool in the battle against Florida's alarming lionfish invasion will be deployed this month at Nova Southeastern University's Oceanographic Center in Port Everglades, Florida. From June 27 to 29, the five-person manned submersible Antipodes will take...

2013-06-18 16:20:25

OceanGate Inc. Hosts Three-Day Event to Promote Awareness and Gauge Impact of Lionfish on Ocean Habitat and Economy SEATTLE, June 18,( )2013 /PRNewswire/ -- OceanGate Inc., a global provider of deep-sea manned submersible solutions, is helping to raise awareness of the widespread invasion of lionfish, a non-native predator known for its venomous spines and increased numbers in the waters of Florida, the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. From June 27 to 29, the five-person manned...

Socialized Stingrays Change Their Ways
2013-03-19 14:40:30

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Interactive ecotourism where people can mingle with traditionally wild animals can be big business, sometimes bringing millions of dollars to a local economy. Yet despite the educational and financial opportunities that ecotourism provides, very little study has gone into the long-term impacts on the animals that inhabit these attractions. A team of American biologists has decided to see how Stingray City, an ecotourism site in the...

2013-03-13 12:28:12

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- INIMICUS There Is Nothing Correct About Political Correctness! Author innovatively contrasts Biblical truths against our current mainstream society. Our nation is in a downward spiral which has virtually put us in a state of spiritual life support. Our vital signs are weak and all indications point to a flat liner on the near horizon. Society has taken the viewpoint that there are no moral absolutes and truth has become relative. If...

2012-09-26 10:21:35

Video: Lionfish sighting Non-native predators may impact Gulf ecosystems; endanger fishermen and divers CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Footage shot by scientists with the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies is the first documented video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8MHwZIBuxE&feature=youtu.be) confirmation that a new non-native marine predator may pose a threat to the ecology of the waters along the Texas coast. Lionfish,...

Crop Circles Underwater Made By Tiny Pufferfish
2012-09-25 11:21:52

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Prepare to be amazed by life. And yes, this story is completely true. Freelance underwater photographer Yoji Ookata had spent nearly 50 years making dives and cataloging the intricacies and mysteries of the deep, but he had never seen anything like the discovery he recently swam by. As he was diving in the Amami Ohima region, around 80 feet below sea level between Japan and Taiwan, Ookata spotted something strange and...

2012-02-20 08:15:00

BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Kentucky National Insurance Company has chosen the Stingray System for the processing of all of their lines of business. The Stingray System, from Maximum Processing, will be utilized for policy, billing, claims, imaging and reinsurance processing. "We were impressed by the Stingray System and all the features and functions that are offered. We were further impressed during our discovery process with the staff and their knowledge and...


Latest Venomous fish Reference Libraries

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2007-04-19 05:56:14

The Bluespotted ribbontail ray, Taeniura lymma, is a stingray of the family Dasyatidae, found around coral reefs in the tropical Indo-West Pacific from the Red Sea and East Africa to the Solomon Islands north to southern Japan and south to northern Australia, between latitudes 32° N and 30° S. The bluespotted ribbontail ray is a colorful stingray with large bright blue spots on an oval, elongated disc and with blue longitudinal stripes on the tail. The snout is rounded and angular,...

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2007-04-19 05:45:51

Bluespotted stingray, (Dasyatis kuhlii) also known as Kuhl's Stingray is a stingray. It is light green with blue spots. Their disk width hovers around 26.38 in (67 cm). Photo by Richard Ling

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2007-04-19 05:16:08

The Short-tail stingray, Dasyatis brevicaudata, also known as the Smooth stingray, is the largest stingray in the world. It is a member of Dasyatidae, the stingray family. It is one of numerous species sometimes called "bull rays". The Short-tail stingray is found on the continental shelf around South Africa (from Cape Town to the Zambezi), Mozambique, Australia (from Shark Bay, around the southern coast and up to Maroochydore, southern Queensland) and New Zealand (mainly North Island and...

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