FSUCML's Dr. Dean Grubbs and other scientists voice concern about bow fishers in Chesapeake Bay who target pregnant cownose rays in fishing contests that could threaten cownose persistence.
Grubbs Laboratory in the News
"We're seeing signs that the [sawfish] population may be recovering..." says Dr. Dean Grubbs, FSUCML, an expert on sawfish, comments on the state of affairs for one of the world's most endangered fishes.
Dr. Dean Grubbs, Dr. Chip Cotton, and crew recently returned from a 10-day Deep-C fish ecology cruise in the Gulf of Mexico, where they caught their third specimen (since 2012) of a skate believed to be a new species.
Reports show that shark populations are on the rise, so you can expect to hear a lot about big, bad sharks — but are they really all that bad?
A team of scientists has just returned from an annual research expedition to study the smalltooth sawfish at Andros Island
The tale of a 9-foot-long shark that a filmmaker suspects was consumed by a monstrous "super-predator" is now consuming a share of the Internet's spotlight, 11 years after it happened.