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Lionfish: ‘A plague that can be managed’

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By Mark Scohier, Staff writer

Venomous invaders from the South Pacific and Indian oceans are in the Cedar Keys area to stay, according to a scientist from the University of Florida.

But that doesn't mean they can't be managed.

Dr. Tom Frazer, an aquatic ecologist and director of the University of Florida's School of Natural Resources and Environment, spoke to a full house gathered at the Cedar Key Public Library Saturday morning about the spread of tropical lionfish in the area and around the world.


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