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Role of the invasive Chinese sleeper Perccottus glenii (Actinopterygii: Odontobutidae) in the distribution of fish parasites in Europe: New data and a review
Analysis of the distribution routes of the invasive Chinese sleeper and its parasites supports the ‘enemy release hypothesis’, exemplified by low parasite load, in combination with host-parasite co-invasion. Expand
Trichodinids (Ciliophora, Peritrichia) Of Perccottus Glenii (Actinopterygii, Odontobutidae) In Three Ukrainian Rivers
For the first time for Chinese slipper, T. perforata and T. intermedia were recorded and Morphometric data of all found species were compared with those from previous descriptions. Expand
The non-indigenous fishes in the fauna of Ukraine: a potentia ad actum.
This is a review of the literature on non-indigenous fishes in Ukrainian freshwaters and coastal marine waters. Excluding the cases of unsuccessful introductions and occasional findings, the list ofExpand
New record of monogenean parasites on non-indigenous fishes in the Ukrainian Danube Delta
The data confirm the presence of the monogenean O. similis, a specific parasite of centrarchid fishes, in the Ukrainian part of the Danube. Expand
The parasites of the invasive Chinese sleeper Perccottus glenii (Fam. Odontobutidae), with the first report of Nippotaenia mogurndae in Ukraine
The low similarity among the different localities and the low parasite richness, that suggest that the parasite fauna of the Chinese sleeper in Ukraine is in transition, are noted. Expand
Distribution and morphological and biological traits of alien fish species in the Ros River basin (Tributary to the Dnieper)
  • Y. Kutsokon
  • Biology
  • Russian Journal of Biological Invasions
  • 27 June 2010
In the basin of the Ros River, of 34 fish species found in the period 2001–2006 and 2009 nine species are determined to be alien ones, their morphological characters and biological traits are described. Expand
The occurrence of the Chinese sleeper Perccottus glenii Dybowski, 1877 in the Southern Bug River Basin, Ukraine.
The present study confirms the expansion of this invasive species in Ukraine and also in Europe. Expand