Recurrent camouflaged invasions and dispersal of an Asian freshwater gastropod in tropical Africa

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Non-indigenous taxa currently represent a large fraction of the species and biomass of freshwater ecosystems. The accumulation of invasive taxa in combination with other stressors in these ecosystems may alter the habitats to which native taxa are adapted, which could elicit evolutionary changes in native populations and their ecological interactions… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12862-015-0296-2

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@inproceedings{Bocxlaer2015RecurrentCI, title={Recurrent camouflaged invasions and dispersal of an Asian freshwater gastropod in tropical Africa}, author={Bert Van Bocxlaer and Catharina Clewing and Jean-Papy Mongindo Etimosundja and Alidor Kankonda and Oscar Wembo Ndeo and Christian Albrecht}, booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology}, year={2015} }