Accepted articles (2022)

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Research articles in press

 
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Juliana de Araújo Saturnino de Oliveira, Renato Crespo Pereira, Nathália Nocchi and Angélica Ribeiro Soares
Spatio-temporal variability of secondary metabolites in the invasive coral Tubastraea coccinea (in press)

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Diego Feitosa Bezerra, Wilson Franklin Junior, Paula Spotorno and Cristina de Almeida Rocha Barreira
Molluscan assemblages on artificial structures: a bioinvasion perspective from Northeast Brazilian ports (in press)

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Mercédesz Ludányi, Edwin T.H.M. Peeters, Béla Kiss, Ákos Gáspár, Ivo Roessink, Tibor Magura and Zoltán Müller
The current status of Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana, 1852) and their effect on aquatic macroinvertebrate communities in Hungarian watercourses (in press)

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Reinaldo Rivera, Javier Pinochet and Antonio Brante
Ecological niche dynamics of three invasive marine species under the conservatism and shift niche hypotheses (in press)

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Agnieszka Kolada, Agnieszka Pasztaleniec, Aleksandra Bielczyńska and Sebastian Kutyła
Taking over the dominance of the macrophyte community by Elodea nuttallii (Planch.) H. St. John is poorly reflected in ecological status assessment results (in press)

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Leo G. Nico, Matthew E. Neilson, Robert H. Robins, John M. Pfeiffer, Matthew Kail, Zachary S. Randall and Eric Johnson
Occurrence of a reproducing wild population of Channa aurolineata (Pisces: Channidae) in the Manatee River drainage, Florida (in press)

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Meike Koester, Carolin Frenzel, Georg Becker and René Sahm
Food spectrum of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis): insights from the Lower River Rhine comparing stable isotope mixing models and genetic gut content analyses (in press)

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Last update: 29 September 2022