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Aruba LionFish Initiative Foundation
The LionFish Invasion Problem
Fight the invasion
Become a LionFish Hunter
LionFish Sight Report
LionFish Deep Water Trap
Capturing the LionFish first you need to know where is most probably to find it.
LionFish exhibit high site fidelity, i.e. they do not move much, and they are commonly seen in a nearly motionless posture with the head tilted slightly down.
LionFish have been sighted in a wide variety of habitat types including; artificial sites, canals, harbors, estuaries, mangroves and shallow and deep reefs. From observations they appear to be at home and fully adapted to all these differing habitats.
LionFish have been observed in water as cold as 13°C/56°F off the southern coast of Long Island, New York and as warm as 27°C/81°F in areas such as Turks and Caicos Islands, showing a tolerance to a wide range of temperatures.
It has been revealed that LionFish stop feeding at temperatures of 16°C/61°F and below and that the average lethal low temperature is 10°C/50°F.
LionFish are now being found in a large depth range from 0.6 metres/2 feet to 304 metres/1000 feet , well beyond recreational dive depth limits 40 meters / 130 feet.
Bonaire Deep Reef Exploration | Bonaire Expedition 2017
LionFish at 1000ft
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