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Ahyong, S. & D. J. Yeo. 2007. Feral populations of the Australian Red-Claw crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus von Martens) in water supply catchments of Singapore. Biological Invasions 9(8): 943-946.

Almeida, D., & al. 2014. Time-series analysis of native and non-native crayfish dynamics in the Thames River Basin (south-eastern England). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(2): 192-202.

Alvsvåg, J., & al. 2009. Evidence for a permanent establishment of the snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) in the Barents Sea. Biological Invasions 11(3): 587-595.

Anonyme. ?. Guide to marine invaders in the Gulf of Maine. Synidotea laevidorsalis. 2p.

Amat, F., & al. 2005. The American brine shrimp as an exotic invasive species in the western Mediterranean. Biological Invasions 7(1): 37-47.

Aquiloni, L., & al. 2010. Biological control of invasive populations of crayfish: the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) as a predator of Procambarus clarkiiBiological Invasions 12(11): 3817-3824.

Aquiloni, L., & al. 2011. The North American crayfish Procambarus clarkii is the carrier of the oomycete Aphanomyces astaci in Italy. Biological Invasions 13(2): 359-367.

Audzijonyte, A., & al. 2017. Human-mediated lineage admixture in an expanding Ponto-Caspian crustacean species Paramysis lacustris created a novel genetic stock that now occupies European waters. Biological Invasions 19(8): 2443-2457.

Bacela, K., & al. 2009. Reproductive biology of Dikerogammarus haemobaphes: an invasive gammarid (Crustacea: Amphipoda) colonizing running waters in Central Europe. Biological Invasions 11(9): 2055-2066.

Bacela-Spychalska, K., & al. 2012. Microsporidian disease of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus and the potential for its transfer to local invertebrate fauna. Biological Invasions 14(9): 1831-1842.

Bacela-Spychalska, K. & Van Der Velde G. 2013. There is more than one ‘killer shrimp’: trophic positions and predatory abilities of invasive amphipods of Ponto-Caspian origin. Freshwater biology 58(4): 730-741.

Bameul, F. 2013. Disparition de Graphoderus bilineatus (Degeer, 1774) (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae) des marais de la Perge causée par l’Ecrevisse américaine à pattes rouges. Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France 118(2): 133-136.

Barbaresi, S. & Gherardi, F. 2000. The Invasion of the Alien Crayfish Procambarus Clarkii in Europe, with Particular Reference to Italy. Biological Invasions 2(3): 259-264.

Barbaresi, S., &al. 2003. Genetic Variability in European Populations of an Invasive American Crayfish: Preliminary Results. Biological Invasions 5(3): 269-274.

Ben Hadj Hamida-Ben Abdallah, O., & al. 2010. First occurrence of the yellow roughneck shrimp, Rimapenaeus similis (Smith, 1885) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Penaeidae) in the Mediterranean Sea (Tunisian waters). Biological Invasions 12(5): 999-1001.

Bertness, M. D. & Tyler, C. 2013. An Invasive Species Facilitates the Recovery of Salt Marsh Ecosystems on Cape Cod. Ecology 94(9): 1937-1943.

Bissattini, A. M. & Vignoli, L. 2017. Let’s eat out, there’s crayfish for dinner: American bullfrog niche shifts inside and outside native ranges and the effect of introduced crayfish. Biological Invasions 19(9): 2633-2646.

Boets, P., & al. 2013. Modelling habitat preference, abundance and species richness of alien macrocrustaceans in surface waters in Flanders (Belgium) using decision trees. Ecological Informatics 17: 73-81.

Boets, P., & al. 2014. Using anf integrated modelling approach for risk assessment of the « killer shrimp » Dikerogammarus villosus. » River Research and Applications 30(4): 403-412.

Boismartel, M., Pommeret, P., Meynard, N. 2011. Guide d’identification des écrevisses en France métropolitaine. Fédération de pêche de Lorraine. 15p

Bollache, L., Devin, S., Wattier, R., M. Chovet, M., J.-N. Beisel, J.-N.,  Moreteau, J.-C. & Rigaud, T. 2004. Rapid range extension of the Ponto-Caspian amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus in France: potential consequences. Arch. Hydrobiol. 160(1): 57-66.

Bortolini, J., & al. 2007. On the presence of the Australian redclaw crayfish, Cherax quadricarinatus, in Mexico. Biological Invasions 9(5): 615-620.

Bourdeau, P., & al. 2011. The invasive predator Bythotrephes induces changes in the vertical distribution of native copepods in Lake Michigan. Biological Invasions 13(11): 2533-2545.

Bourdeau, P. E., & al. 2013. Finely tuned response of native prey to an invasive predator in a freshwater system. Ecology 94(7): 1449-1455.

Borza, P., & al. 2017. Success factors and future prospects of Ponto–Caspian peracarid (Crustacea: Malacostraca) invasions: Is ‘the worst over’? Biological Invasions 19(5): 1517-1532.

Branstrator, D., & al. 2006. Range Expansion of Bythotrephes longimanus in North America: Evaluating Habitat Characteristics in the Spread of an Exotic Zooplankter. Biological Invasions 8(6): 1367-1379.

Brousseau, D. J. & L. McSweeney 2016. A comparison of reproductive patterns and adult dispersal in sympatric introduced and native marine crabs: implications for species characteristics of invaders. Biological Invasions 18(5): 1275-1286.

Brousseau, D. J. & Goldberg, R. 2007. Effect of predation by the invasive crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus on recruiting barnacles Semibalanus balanoides in western Long Island Sound, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 339: 221-228.

Brown, M. & Branstrator, D. 2011. Patterns in the abundance, phenology, and hatching of the resting egg stage of the invasive zooplankter Bythotrephes longimanus: implications for establishment. Biological Invasions 13(11): 2547-2559.

Bundschuh, M., & al. 2013. Do differences in sensitivity between native and invasive amphipods explain their coexistence in Lake Constance? A case study with lambda-cyhalothrin. Chemosphere 92(5): 483-489.

Burns, C. 2013. Predictors of invasion success by Daphnia species: influence of food, temperature and species identity. Biological Invasions 15(4): 859-869.

Bushek, D. & Boyd, S. 2006. Seasonal Abundance and Occurrence of the Asian Isopod Synidotea laevidorsalis in Delaware Bay, USA. Biological Invasions 8(4): 697-702.

Capinha, C., & al. 2012. Predicting the impact of climate change on the invasive decapods of the Iberian inland waters: an assessment of reliability. Biological Invasions 14(8): 1737-1751.

Capinha, C., & al. 2013. Effects of Climate Change, Invasive Species, and Disease on the Distribution of Native European Crayfishes. Conservation Biology 27(4): 731-740.

Çelik, K., & al. 2002. Predator-Mediated Coexistence of Exotic and Native Crustaceans in a Freshwater Lake? Biological Invasions 4(4): 451-454.

Chapman, J., & al. 2012. An introduced Asian parasite threatens northeastern Pacific estuarine ecosystems. Biological Invasions 14(6): 1221-1236.

Chucholl, C. & F. Wendler 2017. Positive selection of beautiful invaders: long-term persistence and bio-invasion risk of freshwater crayfish in the pet trade. Biological Invasions 19(1): 197-208.

Chucholl, C. 2016. The bad and the super-bad: prioritising the threat of six invasive alien to three imperilled native crayfishes. Biological Invasions 18(7): 1967-1988.

Chucholl, C. 2013. Invaders for sale: trade and determinants of introduction of ornamental freshwater crayfish. Biological Invasions 15(1): 125-141.

Church, K., & al. 2017. Aggressive interactions between two invasive species: the round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) and the spinycheek crayfish (Orconectes limosus). Biological Invasions 19(1): 425-441.

Clinton, K. E., & al. 2018. Substrate preferences of coexisting invasive amphipods, Dikerogammarus villosus and Dikerogammarus haemobaphes, under field and laboratory conditions. Biological Invasions 20(8): 2187-2196.

Cochard, P.-O., Vilisics, F., Sechet, E. 2010. Alien terrestrial crustaceans (Isopods and Amphipods). BioRisk 4(1): 81-96.

Coignet A. , Pinet F., Souty-Grosset C . 2012.  Estimating population size of the red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) in fish-ponds (Brenne, Central France). Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems (2012) 406, 02.

Collas, M., Julien, C., & Monnier, D. 2007. La situation des écrevisses en France. Résultats des enquêtes nationales réalisées entre 1977 et 2006 par le conseil supérieur de la pêche. BFPP/Bull. Fr. Pêche Piscic 386: 01-38.

Collas, M., Beinsteiner, D., Fritsch, S., Morelle, S., & L’Hospitallier, M. 2011-2012. Première observation en France de l’Ecrevisse calicot, Orconnectes immunis (Hagen, 1870). Ann. Sci. Rés. Bios. Trans. Vosges du Nord-Pfälzerwald 16: 18-36.

Cordell, J., & al. 2010. Modelling physico-chemical factors affecting occurrences of a non-indigenous planktonic copepod in northeast Pacific estuaries. Biological Invasions 12(5): 1427-1445.

Collas, M., Julien, C., & Monnier, D. 2007. Résultats de l’enquête nationale réalisée en 2006 par le Conseil Supérieur de la Pêche., Conseil Supérieur de la Pêche, Délégation régionale de Metz: 42 pp.

Coverdale, T. C., & al. 2013. New England Salt Marsh Recovery: Opportunistic Colonization of an Invasive Species and Its Non-Consumptive Effects. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73823.

Cruz, J., & al. 2017. Long-term impacts of an introduced ungulate in native grasslands: Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) in New Zealand’s Southern Alps. Biological Invasions 19(1): 339-349. 

Cuesta, J. A. & al. 2016. Role of ships’ hull fouling and tropicalization process on European carcinofauna: new records in Galicia waters (NW Spain). Biological Invasions 18(3): 619-630.

Dalosto, MM., Palaoro, AV., Souty-Grosset, C., Bueno, SLS., Loureiro, TG., Almerão, MP., Araujo, PB., & Santos, S. 2015. One step ahead of the enemy: investigating aggressive interactions between invasive and native crayfish before the contact in nature. Biological Invasions 17 (12):3503-3515. DOI 10.1007/s10530-015-0974-4.

Damien J.-P., G., A. 2009. Faire face à Procambarus clarkii et aux écrevisses invasives, actes de la journée d’étude organisée par le Parc naturel régional de Brière, Saint-André-des-Eaux. 148 pp.

Davidson, T. M., & al. 2008. Distribution, density, and habitat use among native and introduced populations of the Australasian burrowing isopod Sphaeroma quoianum. Biological Invasions 10(4): 399-410.

Davidson, T. M., & al. 2010. The composition and density of fauna utilizing burrow microhabitats created by a non-native burrowing crustacean (Sphaeroma quoianum). Biological Invasions 12(5): 1403-1413.

De Rivera, C. E., &al. 2005. Biotic resitance to invasion: native predator limits abundance and distribution of an introduced crab. Ecology 86(12): 3364-3376.

Devin, S. & J.-N. Beisel. 2006. Biological and ecological characteristics of invasive species: a gammarid study. Biological Invasions 9(1): 13-24.

Dick, J. T. A., & al. 2013. Natural born killers: an invasive amphipod is predatory throughout its life-history. Biological Invasions 15(2): 309-313.

Doherty-Bone, T. M., & al. 2018. Transformation of detritus by a European native and two invasive alien freshwater decapods. Biological Invasions 20(7): 1799-1808.

Drake, J. M., & al. 2006. Demographic Stochasticity, Environmental Variability, and Windows of Invasion Risk for Bythotrephes Longimanus in North America. Biological Invasions 8(4): 843-861.

Dresser, C. & Swanson, B. 2012. Preemptive legislation inhibits the anthropogenic spread of an aquatic invasive species, the rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus). Biological Invasions 15(5): 1049-1056.

Dubé, J.-F., Desroches, F. 2007. Les écrevisses du Québec. Biologie, identification et répartition géographique, Ministère des ressources naturelles et de la faune. Direction de l’aménagement de la faune de l’Estrie, de Montréal et de la Montérégie: 74 pp.

Dunn, J. C., & al. 2008. Competition and parasitism in the native White Clawed Crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes and the invasive Signal Crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus in the UK. Biological Invasions 11(2): 315-324.

Duperray, T., Besnard, A., Dugueperoux, F. 2013. Protocole d’éradication de l’écrevisse de Californie par stérilisation mécanique des males : bilan des expérimentations en milieu naturel. In « 1ères Rencontres Françaises sur les Ecrevisses Exotiques Invasives ». Actes du colloque sciences et gestion, 19 et 20 juin 2013, Saint Lyphard, 111-118 (aestuaria).

Duperray, T. 2013. De nouveaux outils pour prélever et gérer les populations d’écrevisses invasives. In « 1ères Rencontres Françaises sur les Ecrevisses Exotiques Invasives ». Actes du colloque sciences et gestion, 19 et 20 juin 2013, Saint Lyphard, 143-148 (aestuaria).

Duperray, T. 2009. Eradiquer Pacifastacus leniusculus par stérilisation mécanique des mâles. In « Faire face à Procambarus clarkii et aux écrevisses invasives » Actes de la journées d’études organisée par le PNR de Brière le 2 février 2009, Saint André des Eaux, 108-111 (aestuaria).

Dybdahl, M. F. & Drown, D. M. 2012. Response to comments on The absence of genotypic diversity in a successful parthenogenetic invader. [Biological Invasions 13 (2011), 1663–1672]. Biological Invasions 14(8): 1647-1649.

Emmett, R. L., & al. 2002. Introduction of a Siberian Freshwater Shrimp to Western North America. Biological Invasions 4(4): 447-450.

Epifanio, C. E., & al. 2013. Abundance of Invasive and Native Crab Larvae in the Mouth of Delaware Bay: Hemigrapsus sanguineus and Uca Pugnax. Journal of Shellfish Research 32(2): 543-550.

Falasco, E., & al. 2018. Diatoms prefer strangers: non-indigenous crayfish host completely different epizoic algal diatom communities from sympatric native species. Biological Invasions 20(10): 2767-2776.

Filipe, A. F., & al. 2017. Geostatistical distribution modelling of two invasive crayfish across dendritic stream networks. Biological Invasions 19(10): 2899-2912.

Filipová, L., & al. 2009. Cryptic diversity within the invasive virile crayfish Orconectes virilis (Hagen, 1870) species complex: new lineages recorded in both native and introduced ranges. Biological Invasions 12(5): 983-989.

Forsström, T., & al. 2015. An introduced species meets the local fauna: predatory behavior of the crab Rhithropanopeus harrisii in the Northern Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 17(9): 2729-2741.

Freeman, A. S., & al. 2016. Estuarine fouling communities are dominated by nonindigenous species in the presence of an invasive crab. Biological Invasions 18(6): 1653-1665.

Freeman, A. S., & al. 2013. A gastropod’s induced behavioral and morphological responses to invasive Carcinus maenas in Australia indicate a lack of novelty advantage. Biological Invasions 15(8): 1795-1805.

Frisch, D., & al. 2012. The invasion history of the exotic freshwater zooplankter Daphnia lumholtzi (Cladocera, Crustacea) in North America: a genetic analysis. Biological Invasions 15(4): 817-828.

Gabel, F., & al. 2011. Differential effect of wave stress on the physiology and behaviour of native versus non-native benthic invertebrates. Biological Invasions 13(8): 1843-1853.

Gallagher, M. C., & al. 2016. Room for one more? Coexistence of native and non-indigenous barnacle species. Biological Invasions 18(10): 3033-3046.

Gallardo, B., & al. 2016. Trans-national horizon scanning for invasive non-native species: a case study in western Europe. Biological Invasions 18(1): 17-30.

Gallardo, B., & al. 2011. Application of bioclimatic models coupled with network analysis for risk assessment of the killer shrimp, Dikerogammarus villosus, in Great Britain. Biological Invasions 14(6): 1265-1278.

Gallardo, B. & Aldridge, D. C. 2013. Evaluating the combined threat of climate change and biological invasions on endangered species. Biological Conservation 160: 225-233.

Gerard, V. A., & al. 1999. Potential Impacts of a Western Pacific Grapsid Crab on Intertidal Communities of the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Biological Invasions 1(4): 353-361.

Gherardi F., Coignet A., Souty-Grosset C., Spigoli D.,  Aquiloni L. 2013. Global warming and the agonistic behaviour of invasive crayfishes in Europe. Freshwater Biology 58:1958-1967.

Gherardi, F., & al. 2013. Climate warming and the agonistic behaviour of invasive crayfishes in Europe. Freshwater biology 58(9): 1958-1967.

Gergs, R., & al. 2013. Different ammonia tolerances may facilitate spatial coexistence of Gammarus roeselii and the strong invader Dikerogammarus villosus. Biological Invasions 15(8): 1783-1793.

Girdner, S. F., & al. 2018. Replacement of a unique population of newts (Taricha granulosa mazamae) by introduced signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in Crater Lake, Oregon. Biological Invasions 20(3): 721-740.

Goedknegt, M. A., & al. 2017. Spillover but no spillback of two invasive parasitic copepods from invasive Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to native bivalve hosts. Biological Invasions 19(1): 365-379.

Gonçalves, V., Rebelo, R. & Gherardi, F. 2013. Fouling of invasive red swamp crayfish, Procambarus clarkii (Girard, 1852) by the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) in Lake Trasimeno, Italy. Aquatic Invasions 8(1): 117-120.

González-Ortegón, E., & al. 2009. Assessment of the interaction between the white shrimp, Palaemon longirostris, and the exotic oriental shrimp, Palaemon macrodactylus, in a European estuary (SW Spain). Biological Invasions 12(6): 1731-1745.

Gouillieux, B., & al. 2015. Three non-indigenous species of Aoroides (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Aoridae) from the French Atlantic coast. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 96(8): 1651-1659.

Griffen, B. D. & Riley, M. E. 2015. Potential impacts of invasive crabs on one life history strategy of native rock crabs in the Gulf of Maine. Biological Invasions 17(9): 2533-2544.

Gribben, P. E., & al. 2013. Biogeographic comparisons of the traits and abundance of an invasive crab throughout its native and invasive ranges. Biological Invasions 15(8): 1877-1885.

Griffen, B. D., & al. 2012. The role of foraging in the success of invasive Asian shore crabs in New England. Biological Invasions 14(12): 2545-2558.

Griffen, B. D. 2013. Linking individual diet variation and fecundity in an omnivorous marine consumer. Oecologia 174(1): 121-130.

Griffen, B. D. & J. E. Byers. 2008. Community impacts of two invasive crabs: the interactive roles of density, prey recruitment, and indirect effects. Biological Invasions 11(4): 927-940.

Gust, N. & G. J. Inglis. 2006. Adaptive Multi-scale Sampling to Determine an Invasive Crab’s Habitat Usage and Range in New Zealand. Biological Invasions 8(2): 339-353.

Haarr, M. L. & R. Rochette. 2012. The effect of geographic origin on interactions between adult invasive green crabs Carcinus maenas and juvenile American lobsters Homarus americanus in Atlantic Canada. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 422–423: 88-100.

Hazlett, B. A. 2000.Information use by an Invading Species: Do Invaders Respond More to Alarm Odors than Native Species? Biological Invasions 2(4): 289-294.

Harris, A., & al. 2017. Molecular identification of the precise geographic origins of an invasive shrimp species in a globally significant Australian biodiversity hotspot. Biological Invasions 19(2): 463-468.

Hellmann, C., & al. 2017. River-specific effects of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) on benthic communities. Biological Invasions 19(1): 381-398. 

Hesselschwerdt, J., & al. 2009. A local gammarid uses kairomones to avoid predation by the invasive crustaceans Dikerogammarus villosus and Orconectes limosus. Biological Invasions 11(9): 2133-2140.

Hewitt, M. J. Mc Donald., J. I. 2013. The efficacy of crab condos in capturing small crab species and their use in invasive marine species monitoring. Management of Biological Invasions 4(2): 149-153.

Hidalgo, F. J., & al. 2005. A prediction come true: the green crab invades the Patagonian coast. Biological Invasions 7(3): 547-552.

Hobbs, N.-V. S., & al. 2017. Conspecific tolerance and heterospecific competition as mechanisms for overcoming resistance to invasion by an intertidal crab. Biological Invasions 19(3): 765-772.

Hohenadler, M. A. A., & al. 2018. Pomphorhynchus laevis: An invasive species in the river Rhine? Biological Invasions 20(1): 207-217.

Holdich, D. M., & al. 2009. A review of the ever increasing threat to European crayfish from non-indigenous crayfish species. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst.(394-395): 11.

Hollebone, A. L. & Hay, M. E. 2007. An invasive crab alters interaction webs in a marine community. Biological Invasions 10(3): 347-358.

Hudina, S., & al. 2015. Differences in aggressive behaviour along the expanding range of an invasive crayfish: an important component of invasion dynamics. Biological Invasions 17(11): 3101-3112.

Hudina, S., & al. 2011. Competitive interactions between co-occurring invaders: identifying asymmetries between two invasive crayfish species. Biological Invasions 13(8): 1791-1803.

Hunt, C. E. & Yamada, S. B. 2003. Biotic resistance experienced by an invasive crustacean in a temperate estuary. Biological Invasions 5(1): 33-43.

Hupało, K., & al. 2018. Climate change as a possible driver of invasion and differential in HSP70 expression in two genetically distinct populations of the invasive killer shrimp, Dikerogammarus villosus. Biological Invasions 20(8): 2047-2059.

Iltis, C., & al. 2018. Parasitism may alter functional response comparisons: a case study on the killer shrimp Dikerogammarus villosus and two non-invasive gammarids. Biological Invasions 20(3): 619-632.

Jaimie, T. A. D. & D. Platvoet. 2000. Invading Predatory Crustacean Dikerogammarus villosus Eliminates Both Native and Exotic Species. Proceedings: Biological Sciences 267(1447): 977-983.

Jokela, A., & al. 2017. Biotic resistance of impact: a native predator (Chaoborus) influences the impact of an invasive predator (Bythotrephes) in temperate lakes. Biological Invasions 19(5): 1495-1515.

Jormalainen, V., & al. 2016. The invasive mud crab enforces a major shift in a rocky littoral invertebrate community of the Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 18(5): 1409-1419.

Jourdan, J. & al. 2016. Pronounced species turnover, but no functional equivalence in leaf consumption of invasive amphipods in the river Rhine. Biological Invasions 18(3): 763-774.

Jourde, J., Sauriau, P.-G., Guenneteau, S. & Caillot. E. 2013. First record of Grandidierella japonica Stephensen, 1938 (Amphipoda: Aoridae) from mainland Europe. BioInvasions Records 2.

Kaldre, K., & al. 2017. First records of the non-indigenous signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) and its threat to noble crayfish (Astacus astacus) populations in Estonia. Biological Invasions 19(10): 2771-2776.

Kelly, N. E., & al. 2012. Recreational boats as a vector of secondary spread for aquatic invasive species and native crustacean zooplankton. Biological Invasions 15(3): 509-519.

Kerfoot, W. C., & al. 2016. A plague of waterfleas (Bythotrephes): impacts on microcrustacean community structure, seasonal biomass, and secondary production in a large inland-lake complex. Biological Invasions 18(4): 1121-1145.

Kestrup, Å. M. & Ricciardi, A. 2009. Environmental heterogeneity limits the local dominance of an invasive freshwater crustacean. Biological Invasions 11(9): 2095-2105.

Kestrup, A. M.,& al. 2011. Interactions between invasive and native crustaceans: differential functional responses of intraguild predators towards juvenile hetero-specifics. Biological Invasions 13(3): 731-737.

Kestrup, Å. M., & al. 2010. Differential infection of exotic and native freshwater amphipods by a parasitic water mold in the St. Lawrence River. Biological Invasions 13(3): 769-779.

Kobak, J., & al. 2016. Conquerors or exiles? Impact of interference competition among invasive Ponto-Caspian gammarideans on their dispersal rates. Biological Invasions 18(7): 1953-1965.

Klotz, W., Wilhelm Miesen, F., Hüllen, S. & Herder, F. 2013. Two Asian fresh water shrimp species found in a thermally polluted stream system in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Aquatic Invasions 8: 7 pp.

Koenders, A., & al. 2012. Cryptic species of the Eucypris virens species complex (Ostracoda, Crustacea) from Europe have invaded Western Australia. Biological Invasions 14(10): 2187-2201.

Koike, F. & Iwasaki, K. 2010. A simple range expansion model of multiple pathways: the case of nonindigenous green crab Carcinus aestuarii in Japanese waters. Biological Invasions 13(2): 459-470.

Kotta, J., & al. 2014. Relationships between mechanical disturbance and biomass of the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus within a charophyte-dominated macrophyte community. Marine Ecology 35: 11-18.

Kruse, I., & al. 2011. Genetic relationships of the marine invasive crab parasite Loxothylacus panopaei: an analysis of DNA sequence variation, host specificity, and distributional range. Biological Invasions 14(3): 701-715.

Lallias, D., & al. 2015. Invasion genetics of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in the British Isles inferred from microsatellite and mitochondrial markers. Biological Invasions 17(9): 2581-2595.

Larson, E. R. & Magoulick, D. D. 2008. Does juvenile competition explain displacement of a native crayfish by an introduced crayfish? Biological Invasions 11(3): 725-735.

Lehtonen, T. K., & al. 2018. The impact of an invasive mud crab on brood success of nest-building fish in the Northern Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 20(4): 981-993.

Lewis, P. N., & al. 2006. Barging in: A Temperate Marine Community Travels to the Subantarctic. Biological Invasions 8(4): 787-795.

Light, T. 2005. Behavioral effects of invaders: alien crayfish and native sculpin in a California stream. Biological Invasions 7(3): 353-367.

Liu, G., & al. 2013. Population Genetic Structure of the Invasive Red Swamp Crayfish in China Revealed by ITS1 Variation. Biochemical Genetics 51(11): 841-852.

Lord, J. P. 2017. Potential impact of the Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus on native northeast Pacific crabs. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1879-1887.

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