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The aquatic fauna that arrived at a wish of a king
A study by Miguel Clavero, a researcher at the Doñana Biological Station – CSIC, reconstructs the history of the first introductions of pike, common carp, tench and Italian crayfish into...
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Blue crab shows its invasive potential in the Ebro Delta
The blue crab colonized the Ebro Delta and surrounding waters in only two years of an exponential expansion, which started five years after the first detection. A study led by the Doñana Biological...
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The global economic costs of invasive aquatic crustaceans amounted to at least US$ 271 million
An international scientific team from Czech Republic, Spain, Germany, the UK, the USA, Italy, and France has compilled all existing published costs of invasive aquatic crustaceans and pointed out...
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Apple snail control does not cause many of the declines of waterbird abundance in the Ebro Delta Natural Park
A study led by the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) and the Pyrenean Institute of Ecology (IPE-CSIC) concludes that stopping winter floods of rice field in the Ebro Delta, a management to...
About Apple snail control does not cause many of the declines of waterbird abundance in the Ebro Delta Natural Park
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Gulls and storks contribute to the dispersal of exotic invertebrate species between ricefields and protected areas
Scientists from Doñana Biological Station – EBD-CSIC have studied the role of waterbirds in the dispersion of invertebrates between habitats. The study has taken place in seven sites in...
About Gulls and storks contribute to the dispersal of exotic invertebrate species between ricefields and protected areas
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