As expected, all three species were found. The most frequently isolated was V. alginolyticus, which was found 47.5% of the time. Next was V. parahaemolyticus found in 1 out of 5 samples. V. cholerae was only seen in 7.3% of the samples. Thankfully, none were found to be the types known to cause pandemics. Even so, the information showed how consumption could potentially lead to a rather nasty outcome.