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Global Introductions of Crayfishes: Evaluating the Impact of Species Invasions on Ecosystem Services
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Recent research advances such as predicting invasiveness, predicting spread, improved detection and control, and bioeconomic analysis to increase cost-effectiveness of management could be employed to reduce future losses of ecosystem services.
Global diversity of crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) in freshwater
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Estimates of true freshwater crab diversity including likely numbers of undescribed taxa suggest that the field remains largely in a “discovery” phase.
Economic and Environmental Impacts of Harmful Non-Indigenous Species in Southeast Asia
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It is demonstrated that the economic and environmental impacts of NIS in low and middle-income regions can be considerable and that further measures, such as the adoption of regional risk assessment protocols to inform decisions on prevention and control of N IS in Southeast Asia, could be beneficial.
Citing practices in ecology: can we believe our own words?
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Analysed how misprinted citations are propagated through the scientific literature and concluded that as many as 80% of all cited papers are not read by the authors citing them, however this result is most probably an overestima-tion.
The alpheid shrimp genus Potamalpheops Powell, 1979, (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae) from Southeast Asia, with descriptions of three new species
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One of these, P. amnicus, is a true freshwater species while the other two are mangrove-dwellers, which represents the first record of Potamalpheops from Southeast Asia.
Tropical cyanobacterial blooms: a review of prevalence, problem taxa, toxins and influencing environmental factors
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It is illustrated that some cyanobacteria and toxins are more prevalent in tropical areas, while some tropical countries have considerable information regarding toxic blooms, others have few or no reported studies.
THE GECARCINUCID FRESHWATER CRABS OF SOUTHERN INDIA (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA: BRACHYURA)
The freshwater crab fauna of the two southernmost Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu are reviewed based on the findings of a recent field survey and re-examination of relevant type material. Nine
A REVISION OF THE GENUS OZIOTELPHUSA MÜLLER, 1887 (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA: PARATHELPHUSIDAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF EIGHT NEW SPECIES
The taxonomy of Oziotelphusa Muller, 1887, a genus of rice-field crabs restricted to the lowlands of Sri Lanka and southern peninsular India, is revised. Fifteen species are now recognized, including
Molluscs for Sale: Assessment of Freshwater Gastropods and Bivalves in the Ornamental Pet Trade
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The first assessment of the biodiversity of freshwater molluscs in the ornamental pet trade in Singapore is presented, and it is concluded that potential overharvesting is difficult to assess because only half of the trade species have been treated by IUCN.
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