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Dispersal of the non-native invasive species Crassula helmsii (Crassulaceae) may involve seeds and endozoochorous transport by birds
Reproductive abilities are essential to assess pathways of introduction, modes of dispersal, and possibilities for effective on-site remediation of invasive species, as well as to identify areas atExpand
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The invasive Chinese mystery snail Bellamya chinensis (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) expands its European range to Belgium
In this paper we report the first Belgian records of the invasive Chinese mystery snail Bellamya chinensis . A walkover-survey along the Laak, a small lowland river, yielded a total of 20 live B.Expand
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An updated checklist of the water beetles of Montenegro (Coleoptera, Hydradephaga)
During a short collecting trip to Montenegro in 2014, 26 locations were sampled and 692 specimens belonging to 45 species of water beetles were collected. The following species are recorded for theExpand
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Cabomba caroliniana Gray (Cabombaceae) invades major waterways in Belgium
Recently, unattached viable stem fragments of the invasive macrophyte Cabomba caroliniana Gray were found at several locations in two canals in northern Belgium. A subsequent survey of the canalExpand
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