Elena Iulia Iorgu
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Key-words: polymorphism, cross-species, spatial-scale, conservation, population genetics The major aim of this study is to describe the first microsatellite loci for the stone-crayfish… Expand
The invasive softshell clam (Mya arenaria Linnaeus, 1758) is native to the northwestern region of the Atlantic Ocean. This species has been introduced in the northeast Pacific and along the European… Expand
In this study, we used data from morphology and three DNA markers to assess the taxonomic status of the putative bivalve species Hypanis colorata and Hypanis angusticostata in a Black Sea lagoon, the… Expand
Abstract Described from the steppe zones north of the Black Sea, Caucasus, and central Asia, Gryllotalpa stepposa Zhantiev was recently recorded from a few localities in Greece, R. Macedonia, and… Expand
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.605.8804.].
Xenodiversity of decapod species (Crustaceea: Decapoda: Reptantia) from the Romanian waters This paper is a synthesis of the faunistic data present in the specialized literature on the alien decapod… Expand
Present Limnocardiidae species are relicts of a spread fauna during the geological past, in the Pontic-Aral-Caspian range. Family Limnocardiidae has a distribution range formed of the Caspian Sea,… Expand
Hypanis colorata (Eichwald, 1829) (Cardiidae: Lymnocardiinae) is a bivalve relict species with a Ponto-Caspian distribution and is under strict protection in Romania, according to national… Expand
Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) is a large Unionid species with a real invasion success. It colonized Europe, Central America, the Indonesian Islands and recently North America. The species life… Expand
Abstract A new, morphologically cryptic species of phaneropterine bush-crickets is described from the grasslands of the Romanian Eastern Carpathians. Despite the morphological and acoustic… Expand