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Current knowledge on non‐native freshwater fish introductions
This review provides a contemporary account of knowledge on aspects of introductions of non-native fish species and includes issues associated with introduction pathways, ecological and economicExpand
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Voracious invader or benign feline? A review of the environmental biology of European catfish Silurus glanis in its native and introduced ranges
This investigation was supported in part through research grants from the Environment Agency (Sussex Area) and the UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Spanish Ministry ofExpand
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Managing non‐native fish in the environment
Non-native fishes are frequently used to enhance aquaculture and fisheries; if introduced into the wider environment, then the majority will have negligible effects on native biodiversity. However, aExpand
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Pan‐continental invasion of Pseudorasbora parva: towards a better understanding of freshwater fish invasions
In recent years, policy-makers have sought the development of appropriate tools to prevent and manage introductions of invasive species. However, these tools are not well suited for introductions ofExpand
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Non-native fishes and climate change: predicting species responses to warming temperatures in a temperate region
Summary 1. Temperate regions with fish communities dominated by cold-water species (physiological optima 28 °C) that are able to establish and invade as the thermal constraints on the expressionExpand
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Fitness consequences of individual specialisation in resource use and trophic morphology in European eels
Individual specialisation can lead to the exploitation of different trophic and habitat resources and the production of morphological variability within a population. Although the ecological causesExpand
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Quantifying imperfect detection in an invasive pest fish and the implications for conservation management
Abstract In managing non-native species, surveillance programmes aim to minimise the opportunity for invasions to develop from initial introductions through early detection. However, this isExpand
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Fish, climate and the Gulf Stream: the influence of abiotic factors on the recruitment success of cyprinid fishes in lowland rivers
SUMMARY 1. Climatic effects are increasingly being recognised as an important factor causing interannual variability in organism abundances in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. This studyExpand
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Non-native fish in aquaculture and sport fishing in Brazil: economic benefits versus risks to fish diversity in the upper River Paraná Basin
Brazil has a highly diverse freshwater fish fauna and their freshwaters provide valuable provisioning ecosystem services in aquaculture and sport angling, especially in the developed regions in theExpand
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