Special Issue:
Marine Bioinvasions of the Galapagos Islands
in press

Edited by:

Amy E. Fowler, George Mason University, USA

and

James T. Carlton, Williams College-Mystic Seaport, USA



This special issue of Aquatic Invasions is supported by funding provided by the Galápagos Conservancy, Lindblad Expedition/National Geographic Fund, The Leona M. and Harry B. Hemsley Charitable Trust and by the Smithsonian Institution.

 

Contents

Research articles

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James T. Carlton, Inti Keith and Gregory M. Ruiz
Assessing marine bioinvasions in the Galápagos Islands: implications for conservation biology and marine protected areas (pp 1–20)

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Dale R. Calder, James T. Carlton, Kristen Larson, Jenny J. Mallinson, Henry H.C. Choong, Inti Keith and Gregory M. Ruiz
Hydroids (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) from marine fouling assemblages in the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador (pp 21–58)

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Erica Keppel, Inti Keith, Gregory M. Ruiz and James T. Carlton
New records of native and non-indigenous polychaetes (Annelida: Polychaeta) in the Galapagos Islands (pp 59-84)

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Linda D. McCann, Megan I. McCuller, James T. Carlton, Inti Keith, Jonathan B. Geller and Gregory M. Ruiz
Bryozoa (Cheilostomata, Ctenostomata, and Cyclostomata) in Galapagos Island fouling communities (pp 85-131)

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Gretchen Lambert
Fouling ascidians (Chordata: Ascidiacea) of the Galápagos: Santa Cruz and Baltra Islands (pp 132-149)

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Last update: 28 March 2019