Journal Aquatic Invasions - Volume 12, Issue 2 (2017)

Volume 12, Issue 2 (2017)
published June 2017


Contents

Research articles

 
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Peter E. Robins, Andrei Tita, Jonathan W. King and Stuart R. Jenkins
Predicting the dispersal of wild Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) from an existing frontier population – a numerical study (pp 117–131)

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Paula Moura, Lucía L. Garaulet, Paulo Vasconcelos, Paula Chainho, José Lino Costa and Miguel B. Gaspar
Age and growth of a highly successful invasive species: the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum (Adams & Reeve, 1850) in the Tagus Estuary (Portugal) (pp 133–146)

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Ratha Sor, Pieter Boets, Sovan Lek and Peter L.M. Goethals
Spatio-temporal co-occurrence of alien and native molluscs: a modelling approach using physical-chemical predictors (pp 147–158)

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Ian C. Duggan and Richard J. Payne
Revisiting Elton’s copepods: lake construction has altered the distribution and composition of calanoid copepods in the British Isles (pp 159–166)

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Suzanne N. Branford, Ian C. Duggan, Ian D. Hogg and Gerd-Oltmann Brandorff
Mitochondrial DNA indicates different North American east coast origins for New Zealand and German invasions of Skistodiaptomus pallidus (Copepoda: Calanoida) (pp 167–175)

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Rosetta C. Blackman, Drew Constable, Christoph Hahn, Andrew M. Sheard, Jessica Durkota, Bernd Hänfling and Lori Lawson Handley
Detection of a new non-native freshwater species by DNA metabarcoding of environmental samples – first record of Gammarus fossarum in the UK (pp 177–189)

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Katariina Riipinen, Salla Mikkola, Milla K. Ahola, Milla M. Aalto, Alisa Olkinuora and Outi Vesakoski
Habitat selection of the mud crab Rhithropanopeus harrisii in its newly invaded range (pp 191–200)

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M. Anouk Goedknegt, Jarco Havermans, Andreas M. Waser, Pieternella C. Luttikhuizen, Estefania Velilla, Kees (C. J.) Camphuysen, Jaap van der Meer and David W. Thieltges
Cross-species comparison of parasite richness, prevalence, and intensity in a native compared to two invasive brachyuran crabs (pp 201–212)

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Danielle Asson, John W. Chapman and Brett R. Dumbauld
No evidence that the introduced parasite Orthione griffenis Markham, 2004 causes sex change or differential mortality in the native mud shrimp, Upogebia pugettensis (Dana, 1852) (pp 213–224)

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Melissa Gibbs, Patrick Watson, Kelsey Johnson-Sapp and Craig Lind
Reproduction revisited – a decade of changes in the reproductive strategies of an invasive catfish, Pterygoplichthys disjunctivus (Weber, 1991), in Volusia Blue Spring, Florida (pp 225–239)

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Hui Wei, Gordon H. Copp, Lorenzo Vilizzi, Fei Liu, Dangen Gu, Du Luo, Meng Xu, Xidong Mu and Yinchang Hu
The distribution, establishment and life-history traits of non-native sailfin catfishes Pterygoplichthys spp. in the Guangdong Province of China (pp 241–249)

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Annika W. Walters, Elizabeth G. Mandeville, W. Carl Saunders, Paul C. Gerrity, Joseph A. Skorupski, Zack E. Underwood and Eric I. Gardunio
Comparison of burbot populations across adjacent native and introduced ranges (pp 251–262)

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Letter to the Editor

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Irene Adrian-Kalchhauser, Anouk N’Guyen, Philipp E. Hirsch and Patricia Burkhardt-Holm
The invasive round goby may attach its eggs to ships or boats – but there is no evidence (pp 263–267)

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Last update: 7 June 2017