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A NEW ALIEN CRAB IN EUROPE: HEMIGRAPSUS SANGUINEUS (DECAPODA: BRACHYURA: GRAPSIDAE)
Abstract The Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus is recorded for the first time in two European localities, Le Havre in France and the former estuary “Oosterschelde” in the Netherlands. WhileExpand
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A NEW ALIEN CRAB IN EUROPE: HEMIGRAPSUS SANGUINEUS (DECAPODA: BRACHYURA: GRAPSIDAE)
Abstract The Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus is recorded for the first time in two European localities, Le Havre in France and the former estuary “Oosterschelde” in the Netherlands. WhileExpand
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Going global: The introduction of the Asian isopod Ianiropsis serricaudis Gurjanova (Crustacea: Peracarida) to North America and Europe
The Asian isopod Ianiropsis serricaudis is now well established in fouling communities, often associated with introduced ascidians, throughout the Northern Hemisphere but has gone largely unnoticedExpand
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Distribution of the invasive bryozoan Tricellaria inopinata in Scotland and a review of its European expansion.
The invasive bryozoan, Tricellaria inopinata d’Hondt & Occhipinti Ambrogi, 1985 was first recorded in European waters in the early 1980’s and has since been reported from 166 locations from theExpand
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European expansion of the introduced amphipod Caprella mutica Schurin 1935
The amphipod Caprella mutica is one of the most rapidly invading species in Europe and has extended its range throughout North Sea and Celtic Sea coasts and the English Channel in less than fourteenExpand
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New crustacean invaders in the Schelde estuary (Belgium)
This paper reports on the first records of three non-indigenous crustacean species in the Zeeschelde estuary (Bel- gium). All three species are native to the Western Pacific Ocean and are probablyExpand
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The American oyster drill, Urosalpinx cinerea (Say, 1822), introduced to The Netherlands - increased risks after ban on TBT?
A few specimens and egg capsules of the American oyster drill, Urosalpinx cinerea, have been found in the Oosterschelde, an area of shellfish culture in The Netherlands. Probably U. cinerea wasExpand
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Sponge invaders in Dutch coastal waters.
Continuous monitoring by scientists and volunteers of the Biological Working Group of the Dutch SubAqua Union and the 'Anemoon' Foundation over the past four years, yielded a surprising six newExpand
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Boccardia proboscidea and Boccardiella hamata (Polychaeta: Spionidae: Polydorinae), introduced mud worms new for the North Sea and Europe, respectively
There is a worldwide concern about the expansion of non-indigenous species because they may threaten local biodiversity as some of them may successfully outcompete native species. We report on theExpand
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