Fisheries.Benefit in IRL: National Marine Fisheries Service data reported the statewide commercial catch for white shrimp in Florida between 1987 - 2001 to be 52.3 million pounds with a dollar value of $139.2 million. BIBLIOGRAPHYAldrich, D.V., C.E. Wood, and K.N. Baxter. 1968. An ecological interpretation of low temperature responses in Penaeus aztecus and P. setiferus postlarvae. Bull. Mar. Sci. 18(1):61-71.Anderson, W.W. 1966. The shrimp and the shrimp fishery of the southern United States. U.S. Fish and Wildl. Serv. Bur. Commer. Fish. Fish. Leafl. 589. 8 pp.Brown, A., Jr. and D. Patlan. 1974. Color changes in the ovaries of penaeid shrimp as a determinant of their maturity. Mar. Fish. Rev., 36(7):23-26, colored figures 1-12.Etzold, D.J. and J.Y. Christmas. 1977. A comprehensive summary of the shrimp fishery of the Gulf of Mexico United States: a regional management plan. Gulf Coast Res. Lab. Tech. Rept. Ser. No. 2, part 2. 20 pps.Gunter, G. 1950. Seasonal population changes and distributions as related to salinity, of certain invertebrates if the Texas coast, including the commercial shrimp. Publications of the Inst. of Mar. Sci., Texas, 1(2):7-51.Joyce, E.A. 1965. The commercial shrimps of the northeast coast of Florida. Fl. Board Conserv. Mar. Lab. Prof. Pap. Ser. 6. 224 pp.King, J.E. 1948. A study of the reproductive organs of the common marine shrimp, Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus). Biol. Bull. 94(3):244-262Klima, E.F., K.N. Baxter, and F.J. Patella, Jr. 1982. A review of the offshore shrimp fishery and the 1981 Texas closure. Mar., Fish. Rev. 44:16-30.Linder, M.J. and H.L. Cook. 1970. Synopsis of biological data on the white shrimp Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus) 1767. FAO Fisheries Synopsis 101. FAO Fish. Rep. 4:1439-1469.Muncy, R.J. 1984. Species profiles: life histories and environmental requirements of coastal fishes and invertebrates (south Atlantic): white shrimp. U.S. Fish and Wildl. Serv. FWS/OBS-82/11.27. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, TREL-82-4. 19 pp.Perez-Farfante, I. 1969. Western Atlantic shrimps of the genus Penaeus. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Fish. Bull. 67(3):461-591.Rulifson, R.A. 1981. Substrate preference of juvenile penaeid shrimp in estuarine habitats. Contrib. Mar. Sci. 24:35-52.Whitaker, J.D. 1981. Biology of the species and habitat descriptions. In M.D. McKenzie, ed. Profile of the penaeid shrimp fishery in the south Atlantic. South Atlantic Manag. Council, Charleston, SC.Whitaker, J.D. 1983a. Effects of severe winters on white shrimp stocks in the Atlantic Ocean off the southeastern United States. Presented at Natl. Shellfish Assoc. Hiltonhead, SC. June 1983. 6 pp.Whitaker, J.D. 1983b. Roe shrimp tagging 1983. Proj. Rep. S.C. Wildl. Mar. Res. Dep., Charleston, SC. 4 pp.Williams, A.B. 1955. A contribution to the life histories of commercial shrimps (Penaeidae) in North Carolina. Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean 5(2):116-146.Williams, A.B. 1958. Substrates as a factor in shrimp distribution. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 3(3):283-290.Williams, A.B. 1965. Marine decapod crustaceans of the Carolinas. Fish. Bull., 65(1):I-xi + 298 pages.Williams, A.B. 1984. Shrimps, lobsters and crabs of the Atlantic coast of the eastern United States, Maine to Florida. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C. 550 pp.Zein-Eldin, Z.P. 1964. Growth and metabolism. U.S. Bur. Commer. Fish. Circ. 183:65-67.
No one has provided updates yet.