Non-indigenous marine species of the Azores

@article{Cardigos2006NonindigenousMS,
  title={Non-indigenous marine species of the Azores},
  author={Frederico Cardigos and Fernando Tempera and Socorro {\'A}vila and Joao Goncalves and Ana Colaço and Ricardo Serr{\~a}o Santos},
  journal={Helgoland Marine Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={60},
  pages={160-169}
}
Marine benthic species introduced to the Azores are collated from scientific publications, internal reports and own data. Twelve algae and 21 invertebrates are classified as non-indigenous species, 18 as cryptogenic. Two species of algae and two ascidians are regarded as particularly invasive along the shores of this oceanic archipelago. 
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