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The Benefits of Culling, Consuming, and Banning Live Imports as Methods of Controlling Lionfish Populations
The invasive species Pterois miles and Pterois volitans, better known as lionfish, have created the need for vast efforts to control their populations in Florida. Many solutions have been discussed, including: training reef sharks to prey on lionfish, expanding the culinary market, banning imports, and culling (Culling is targeting a specific species with a goal of reducing its population). This paper argues that culling is the most effective because it is the most the most widely researcheddoi:10.48497/8bbp-nn40 fatcat:4pdzahgbybbaleg7koblhxxgay