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We show how a kind of chemical data originally gathered for other objectives—such as obtaining drugs from the sea—might also offer valid alternatives to unrealistic eradication campaigns, becoming the basis for a desirable commercial use of the bioactive compounds obtainable from marine pests, thus paving the way for making the control of invasions profitable. The pests might then be harvested, reducing their impact on marine ecosystems.