Variola louti ( Perciformes : Epinephelidae ) in the Mediterranean Sea: Incidental introduction or aquarium release?

@article{Michailidis2020VariolaL,
  title={Variola louti
 (
 Perciformes
 :
 Epinephelidae
 ) in the Mediterranean Sea: Incidental introduction or aquarium release?},
  author={Nikolas Michailidis and Ioannis Manitaras and Giacomo Bernardi and Periklis Kleitou},
  journal={Journal of Applied Ichthyology},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={231-234}
}
Conflicting interests and growing importance of non‐indigenous species in commercial and recreational fisheries of the Mediterranean Sea
Non- indigenous species (NIS) are spreading and reshaping Mediterranean Sea biological communities and fishery resources. The present study used fisheries data and structured interviews to assess the

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