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Geographical patterns in range extension of Ponto-Caspian macroinvertebrate species in Europe
Range extensions of aquatic Ponto-Caspian macroinvertebrate species in Europe have mainly been facilitated by the interconnection of river basins through man-made canals and intentionalExpand
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The river Rhine: a global highway for dispersal of aquatic invasive species
The river Rhine is heavily influenced by human activities and suffers from a series of environmental constraints which hamper a complete recovery of biodiversity. These constraints comprise intensiveExpand
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Trophic Relationships in the Rhine Food Web during Invasion and after Establishment of the Ponto-Caspian Invader Dikerogammarus villosus
The Rhine ecosystem is highly influenced by anthropogenic stresses from pollution, intensive shipping and increased connectivity with other large European rivers. Canalization of the Rhine resultedExpand
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Trophic Relationships in the Rhine Food Web during Invasion and after Establishment of the Ponto-Caspian Invader Dikerogammarus villosus
The Rhine ecosystem is highly influenced by anthropogenic stresses from pollution, intensive shipping and increased connectivity with other large European rivers. Canalization of the Rhine resultedExpand
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Native and exotic Amphipoda and other Peracarida in the River Meuse: new assemblages emerge from a fast changing fauna
Samples issued from intensive sampling in the Netherlands (1992–2001) and from extensive sampling carried out in the context of international campaigns (1998, 2000 and 2001) were revisited.Expand
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The fitration rate of Dreissena polymorpha (Bivalvia) in three Dutch lakes with reference to biological water quality management
SUMMARY. 1. The filtration rate of Dreissena polymorpha Pallas measured in the field in three shallow Dutch lakes shows an inverse exponential relationship with the dry matter content of the water.Expand
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Oxygen consumption, temperature and salinity tolerance of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus: Indicators of further dispersal via ballast water transport
The Ponto-Caspian amphipod, Dikerogammarus villosus is a recent and successful invader of the River Rhine. It has dispersed over large distances in a short time. As it has an extensive invasionExpand
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Reproductive biology of the Asiatic clams Corbicula fluminalis and Corbicula fluminea in the river Rhine
MORTON (1986) revised the genus Corbicula and distinguished two species, viz., Corbicula fluminalis and Corbicula fluminea, each with a contrasting reproductive strategy. In the river Rhine, where C.Expand
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The zebra mussel in Europe
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