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Research articles in press

 

Lightone T. Marufu, Tatenda Dalu, Maxwell Barson, Rutendo Simango, Beaven Utete and Tamuka Nhiwatiwa
The diet of an invasive crayfish, Cherax quadricarinatus (Von Martens, 1868), in Lake Kariba, inferred using stomach content and stable isotope analyses (in press)

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Kamil Hupało and Michał Grabowski
A first insight into the transatlantic population genetic structure of the beach flea, Platorchestia platensis (Krøyer, 1845) (in press)

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Kevin C.K. Ma, Claire Goodwin and J. Andrew Cooper
Second record of Diplosoma listerianum (Milne Edwards, 1841) five years after and 280 kilometres from the site of the first record in Nova Scotia (in press)

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Lluc Garcia, Samuel Pinya, Victor Colomar, Tomàs París, Miquel Puig, Maties Rebassa and Joan Mayol
The first recorded occurrences of the invasive crab Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1896 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Portunidae) in coastal lagoons of the Balearic Islands (Spain) (in press)

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Benoit Gouillieux
First record of the invasive species Ianiropsis serricaudis Gurjanova, 1936 (Crustacea: Isopoda) in Arcachon Bay, Bay of Biscay (NE Atlantic) (in press)

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Eric R. Larson, Rachel M. Egly and Bronwyn W. Williams
New records of the non-native virile crayfish Faxonius virilis (Hagen, 1870) from the upper Snake River drainage and northern Bonneville Basin of the western United States (in press)

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Ioannis Giovos, Giacomo Bernardi, Georgios Romanidis-Kyriakidis, Dimitra Marmara and Periklis Kleitou
First records of the fish Abudefduf sexfasciatus (Lacepède, 1801) and Acanthurus sohal (Forsskål, 1775) in the Mediterranean Sea (in press)

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Tim Johns, David C. Smith, Stuart Homann and Judy A. England
Time-series analysis of a native and a non-native amphipod shrimp in two English rivers (in press)

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Wen Xiong, Hui Wang, Qiang Wang, Jianfeng Tang, Peter A. Bowler, Dong Xie, Lei Pan and Zhengxiang Wang
Non-native species in the Three Gorges Dam Reservoir: status and risks (in press)

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Sotiris Kiparissis, Panagiota Peristeraki, Kyriakos Tampakakis, Ioannis Kosoglou, Vangelis Doudoumis and Costas Batargias
Range expansion of a restricted lessepsian: westbound expansion breakthrough of Lagocephalus spadiceus (Richardson, 1844) (Actinopterygii: Tetraodontidae) (in press)

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Charles L. Griffiths, Selwyn Roberts, George M. Branch, Korbinian Eckel, Christoph D. Schubart and Rafael Lemaitre
The porcelain crab Porcellana africana Chace, 1956 (Decapoda: Porcellanidae) introduced into Saldanha Bay, South Africa (in press)

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Jiří Patoka, Yusli Wardiatno, Ali Mashar, Yonvitner, Daisy Wowor, Rikho Jerikho, Muhammad Takdir, Lora Purnamasari, Miloslav Petrtýl, Lukáš Kalous, Antonín Kouba, Martin Bláha
Redclaw crayfish, Cherax quadricarinatus (von Martens, 1868), widespread throughout Indonesia (in press)

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Vytautas Rakauskas, Tomas Virbickas, Kęstutis Skrupskelis and Vytautas Kesminas
Delayed expansion of Ponto-Caspian gobies (Pisces, Gobiidae, Benthophilinae) in the Nemunas River drainage basin, the northern branch of the central European invasion corridor (in press)

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