Posts Tagged ‘invasive species’

Economics of Lionfish Sushi

Let’s talk dollars and common sense. If a sushi restaurant or two will start selling lionfish, and customers order it, all bets are off. Any steady demand that can be created will tempt local fishing operators to tap into this small but growing niche market. They’re abundant, and there’s little in the way of competition […]

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Lionfish – roaring good sushi!

Lionfish are a threat to sushi lovers, and to our seafood-loving way of life. But as sushi lovers, we have the unique ability to enjoy some great sushi while helping the situation! Lionfish are actually any one of several species of fish with elongated, venomous spines, and are usually striped. They all originated in the […]

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