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Invasive alien Crustacea: dispersal, establishment, impact and control (2011)
Journal Article
Hänfling, B., Edwards, F., & Gherardi, F. (2011). Invasive alien Crustacea: dispersal, establishment, impact and control. BioControl, 56(4), 573-595. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10526-011-9380-8

The subphylum Crustacea includes the most successful species among aquatic alien invaders. The impacts of invasive alien crustaceans (IAC) are often substantial, due to the complex trophic role of most of these species leading to cascading effects th... Read More about Invasive alien Crustacea: dispersal, establishment, impact and control.

Invasive cyprinid fish in Europe originate from the single introduction of an admixed source population followed by a complex pattern of spread (2011)
Journal Article
Simon, A., Britton, R., Gozlan, R., van Oosterhout, C., Volckaert, F. A. M., & Hänfling, B. (2011). Invasive cyprinid fish in Europe originate from the single introduction of an admixed source population followed by a complex pattern of spread. PloS one, 6(6), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0018560

The Asian cyprinid fish, the topmouth gudgeon (Pseudorasbora parva), was introduced into Europe in the 1960s. A highly invasive freshwater fish, it is currently found in at least 32 countries outside its native range. Here we analyse a 700 base pair... Read More about Invasive cyprinid fish in Europe originate from the single introduction of an admixed source population followed by a complex pattern of spread.