Accepted articles (2019)

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Research articles

 
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Henry M. Page, Rachel D. Simons, Susan F. Zaleski, Robert J. Miller, Jenifer E. Dugan, Donna M. Schroeder, Brandon Doheny and Jeffrey H. R. Goddard
Distribution and potential larval connectivity of the non-native Watersipora (Bryozoa) among harbors, offshore oil platforms, and natural reefs (in press)

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Gustavo M. Martins, Eva Cacabelos, João Faria, Nuno Álvaro, Afonso C.L. Prestes and Ana I. Neto
Patterns of distribution of the invasive alga Asparagopsis armata Harvey: a multi-scaled approach (in press)

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Qian-Qian Yang, Su-Wen Liu, Jia-Nan Li, Dao Wang and Xiao-Ping Yu
Microsatellite evidence for multiple paternity in non-native populations of Pomacea canaliculata (Caenogastropoda: Ampullariidae) in China (in press)

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Yintao Jia, Yuhan Liu, Kang Chen, Heying Sun and Yifeng Chen
Climate, habitat and human disturbance driving the variation of life-history traits of the invasive goldfish Carassius auratus (Linnaeus, 1758) in a Tibetan Plateau river (in press)

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Danielle Denley, Anna Metaxas and Nathalie Simard
Ocean temperature does not limit the establishment and rate of secondary spread of an ecologically significant invasive bryozoan in the northwest Atlantic (in press)

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Michal Janáč, Zdenka Jurajdová, Kevin Roche, Luděk Šlapanský and Pavel Jurajda
An isolated round goby population in the upper Elbe: population characteristics and short-term impacts on the native fish assemblage (in press)

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Kinga Zatoń, Elżbieta Bogusławska-Wąs and Przemysław Czerniejewski
The communities of microorganisms in the setae of invasive Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis) in the southern Baltic catchment basin (in press)

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Last update: 24 July 2019