Works Cited – FL Stone Crab

Florida Stone Crab

1. 50 CFR 654.24

2. Federal Register. Repeal of stone crab FMP.

3. Carlson, P.R., and Madley, K. 2006. Statewide Summary of Florida. In Seagrass Status and
Trends in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 1940-2002.

4. Florida Administrative Code(F.A.C.) 68B-31

5. F.A.C. 68B-38.001

6. Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) – 2011 Stone Crab Stock Assessment Summary

7. FWC – Commercial Saltwater Fishing Regulations Guide

8. FWC Commercial Saltwater Products License and Endorsement Information

9. FWC Stone Crab Recreational Regulations

10. FWC – Stone Crab FAQ

11. Florida Sea Grant. Stone Crab Ecology Sheet.

12. Guillory, V. Perry, H. VanderKooy, S. 2001. The Blue Crab Fishery of the Gulf of Mexico, United
States: A Regional Management Plan. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. Ocean
Springs, MS.

13. Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (GMFMC) Essential Fish Habitat Generic Amendment 1

14. GMFMC. 1981. Shrimp FMP 

15. GMFMC. 1981. Stone crab Fishery Management Plan.

16. Lindberg, W.J., T.M. Bert, and G.P. Genoni. 1989. Alternative hypotheses for low landings in the Cedar Key stone crab fishery (Genus Menippe) fishery, 1984-85, p. 50 to 57. In T.M. Bert [ed.] Proceedings of a symposium on stone crab (Genus Menippe) biology and fisheries. State of Florida, Department of Natural Resources, Florida Marine Research Institute. Florida Marine Research Publication Number 50.

17. Muller, R.G., Chagaris, D., Bert, T.M., Crawford, C., Gandy, R. 2011. The 2011 Stock Assessment Update for the Stone Crab Menippe spp., Fishery in Florida.

18. NOAA. 2009 Biological Opinion.

19. NOAA Office of Protected Resources (OPR) – Elkhorn Coral

20. NOAA OPR – Staghorn Coral

21. NOAA Office of Science and Technology (OST) – Commercial Landings

22. Restrepo, V. 2004. Growth estimates for male stone crabs along the southwest coast of Florida: A synthesis of available data and methods. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 118(1): 20-29.


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