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Biometric analysis of Syngnathus abastev populations
The Danube populations showed significantly greater values for antedorsal and anteanal distances, but considerably smaller values for postdorsal distance and head length than other populations analysed (Tukey-Kramer's test). Expand
Pan‐continental invasion of Pseudorasbora parva: towards a better understanding of freshwater fish invasions
The Pseudorasbora parva invasion has provided quantitative data for the development of 1) early warning systems across different spatial scales; 2) rapid eradication programmes prior to natural spread in open systems and 3) sound risk assessments with emphasis on plasticity of life history traits. Expand
Distribution of Anodonta (Sinanodonta) woodiana (Rea, 1834) in inland waters of Serbia
Heavily modified and artificial aquatic habitats, with high silting rates, were found to be especially suitable for population by A. woodiana, and a mass occurrence of Chinese mussel was observed among these habitats, particularly where bottom substrata were characterised by the domination of silt-clay. Expand
Distribution of Non-Indigenous Tubificid Worm Branchiura Sowerbyi (Beddard, 1892) in Serbia
The aim of the study was to contribute to the cognition of the current distribution of this invasive species and to point up the risk of devastation of aquatic ecosystems caused by distribution of alien species. Expand
Seasonal changes in condition, hepatosomatic index and parasitism in sterlet (Acipenser ruthenus L.)
This study pointed out that biomarker sampling on different locations has to be performed within the short time frame in order to avoid differences generated by confounding factors and better understanding of the life cycle of S. semiarmatus and sensitivity of different phases to pollution is needed. Expand
Distribution of Asian clams Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) and C. fluminalis (Müller, 1774) in Serbia
The distribution of Corbicula, as well as some other alien aquatic invertebrate taxa (Branchiura sowerbyi, Anodonta woodiana, Orconectes limosus), indicate that heavily modified waterways are suitable recipient areas for species introduction and adaptation. Expand
Macroinvertebrates along the Serbian section of the Danube River (stream km 1429–925)
Results of the investigation of the aquatic macroinvertebrate fauna along a 504 km stretch of the Danube River in Serbia are presented. A total of 74 macroinvertebrate taxa were observed during aExpand
A report of Eriocheir sinensis (H. Milne Edwards, 1854) [Crustacea: Brachyura: Grapsidae] from the Serbian part of the Danube River
These are first records of this invasive crab in Serbian part of the Danube River, description, biology, origin and distribution, as well as potential impact to the aquatic ecosystems are discussed. Expand
Sinergasilus polycolpus, a new copepod species in the ichthyoparasitofauna of Serbia and Montenegro.
The identification of S. polycolpus signals the possible spread of the infectious disease sinergasilosis in natural freshwaters and in fishponds, similar to bothriocephalosis, caused by Bothriocephalus opsariichthydis, which was introduced with the fry of various herbivorous species from the Amour River basin (USSR) into almost all countries throughout the world. Expand