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Albins, M. 2013. Effects of invasive Pacific red lionfish Pterois volitans versus a native predator on Bahamian coral-reef fish communities. Biological Invasions 15(1): 29-43.

Alemadi, S. & D. Jenkins. 2008. Behavioral constraints for the spread of the eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki (Poeciliidae). Biological Invasions 10(1): 59-66.

Almodóvar, A., & al. 2012. Natural hybridization with invasive bleak Alburnus alburnus threatens the survival of Iberian endemic calandino Squalius alburnoides complex and Southern Iberian chub Squalius pyrenaicusBiological Invasions 14(11): 2237-2242.

Ayres, R., & al. 2010. Low diversity and high levels of population genetic structuring in introduced eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) in the greater Melbourne area, Australia. »Biological Invasions 12(11): 3727-3744.

Azzuro E(1), P. P. F. A. 2004. FIRST record of Fistularia commersonii (Fistularidae) from the central mediterranean. Cybium 28(1): 72-74.

Azzurro, E., & al. 2013. Fistularia commersonii in the Mediterranean Sea: invasion history and distribution modeling based on presence-only records. Biological Invasions 15(5): 977-990.

Bajer, P. & Sorensen, P. 2010. Recruitment and abundance of an invasive fish, the common carp, is driven by its propensity to invade and reproduce in basins that experience winter-time hypoxia in interconnected lakes. Biological Invasions 12(5): 1101-1112.

Bajer, P., & al. 2012. Variation in native micro-predator abundance explains recruitment of a mobile invasive fish, the common carp, in a naturally unstable environment. Biological Invasions 14(9): 1919-1929.

Balart, E.,& al. 2009. On the first record of a potentially harmful fish, Sparus aurata in the Gulf of California. Biological Invasions 11(3): 547-550.

Bauer, C., & al. 2007. Predicting habitat use and trophic interactions of Eurasian ruffe, round gobies, and zebra mussels in nearshore areas of the Great Lakes. Biological Invasions 9(6): 667-678.

Bedarf, A., & al. 2001. Initial Six-year Expansion of an Introduced Piscivorous Fish in a Tropical Central American Lake. Biological Invasions 3(4): 391-404.

Ben Rais Lasram, F. & Mouillot, D. 2009. Increasing southern invasion enhances congruence between endemic and exotic Mediterranean fish fauna. Biological Invasions 11(3): 697-711.

Benejam, L., & al. 2009. Life history and parasites of the invasive mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) along a latitudinal gradient. Biological Invasions 11(10): 2265-2277.

Benjamin, J. R. & Baxter, C. V. 2012. Is a trout a trout? A range-wide comparison shows nonnative brook trout exhibit greater density, biomass, and production than native inland cutthroat trout. Biological Invasions 14(9): 1865-1879.

Beneteau, C., & al. 2012. Range expansion by invasion: genetic characterization of invasion of the greenside darter (Etheostoma blennioides) at the northern edge of its distribution. Biological Invasions 14(1): 191-201.

Benoît, O. 2012. Contrôle des espèces aquatiques envahissantes du Québec : Le cas du Gobie à tâches noires (Neogobius melanostomus) au lac Saint-Pierre. Centre universitaire de formation en environnement, 108 pp.

Björklund, M. & Almqvist, G. 2010. Rapid spatial genetic differentiation in an invasive species, the round goby Neogobius melanostomus in the Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 12(8): 2609-2618.

Blanchet S., Grenouillet G., Beauchard O., Tedesco P.A., Leprieur F., Durr H.H., Busson F, Oberdorff T. & Brosse S. 2010. Non-native species disrupt the worldwide patterns of freshwater fish body size: implications for Bergmann’s rule. Ecology Letters 13: 421-431.

Blanchet S., Leprieur F., Beauchard O., Oberdorff T. & Brosse S. 2009. Broad-scale determinants of non-native fish species richness are context-dependent. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276: 2385-2394.

Blanchet S., Loot G., Grenouillet G. & Brosse S., 2007. Competitive interactions between native and exotic salmonids: a combined field and laboratory demonstration. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16: 133-143.

Blanco-Garrido, F., & al. 2008. Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) diet and prey selection in Mediterranean streams invaded by centrarchid fishes. Biological Invasions 10(5): 641-648.

Blum, M., & al. 2010. Reproductive isolation and the expansion of an invasive hybrid swarm. Biological Invasions 12(8): 2825-2836.

Bodilis, P., & al. 2012. Occurrence of the Atlantic species, Pisodonophis semicinctus (Osteichthyes: Ophichthidae), along the Mediterranean coast. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 28(4): 652-654.

Bomford, M., & al. 2010. Predicting establishment success for introduced freshwater fishes: a role for climate matching. Biological Invasions 12(8): 2559-2571.

Bonebrake, J. 2013. Carpe Lacum: Asian Carp and the Great Lakes. Colo. Nat. Resources, Energy & Envtl. L. Rev. 24: 39.

Brasil, J., Bastos, F., Da Silva Mourão, J. 2013. Local ecological knowledge is not a useful source of information concerning impacts caused by non-native Nile tilapia on fishery stocks . Biological science 35(3): 381-388.

Brito, A., & al. 2011. On the occurrence of the African hind, Cephalopholis taeniops, in the Canary Islands (eastern subtropical Atlantic): introduction of large-sized demersal littoral fishes in ballast water of oil platforms? Biological Invasions 13(10): 2185-2189.

Britton, J. R., & al. 2010. Trophic interactions and consequent impacts of the invasive fish Pseudorasbora parva in a native aquatic foodweb: a field investigation in the UK. Biological Invasions 12(6): 1533-1542.

Britton, J., & al. 2010. Towards the successful control of the invasive Pseudorasbora parva in the UK. Biological Invasions 12(1): 125-131.

Britton, J. R., & al. 2010. The introduced Micropterus salmoides in an equatorial lake: a paradoxical loser in an invasion meltdown scenario? Biological Invasions 12(10): 3439-3448.

Britton, J. R., & al. 2011. A modular assessment tool for managing introduced fishes according to risks of species and their populations, and impacts of management actions. Biological Invasions 13(12): 2847-2860.

Brooks, W. & R. Jordan. 2010. Enhanced interspecific territoriality and the invasion success of the spotted tilapia (Tilapia mariae) in South Florida. Biological Invasions 12(4): 865-874.

Brosse S., Beauchard O., Blanchet S., Dürr H.H., Grenouillet G., Hugueny B., Lauzeral C., Leprieur F., Tedesco P.A., Villeger S. & Oberdorff T. 2013. Fish-SPRICH: a database of freshwater fish species richness throughout the World. Hydrobiologia 700:343-349. telecharger-icone-8131-48

Brufao Curiel, P. 2012. Las especies exoticas invasoras y el derecho, con especial referencia a las especies acuaticas, la pesca recreativa y la acuicultura. Revista Catalana de Dret Ambiental 3(1): 1-54.

Budy, P., & al. 2013. Limitation and facilitation of one of the world’s most invasive fish: an intercontinental comparison. Ecology 94(2): 356-367.

Calkins, H. A., & al. 2011. Linking silver carp habitat selection to flow and phytoplankton in the Mississippi River. Biological Invasions 14(5): 949-958.

Cardona, L. 2006. Trophic Cascades Uncoupled in a Coastal Marsh Ecosystem. Biological Invasions 8(4): 835-842.

Casal, C. M. V. 2006. Global Documentation of Fish Introductions: the Growing Crisis and Recommendations for Action. Biological Invasions 8(1): 3-11.

Castaldelli, G., & al. 2013. Introduction of exotic fish species and decline of native species in the lower Po basin, north-eastern Italy. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23(3): 405-417.

Chen, P., & al. 2006. Ecological niche modeling as a predictive tool: silverand bighead carps in North America. Biological Invasions 9(1): 43-51.

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.

Clapp, DF., Mistak, JL., mith, KM., & Tonello, MA. 2012. Proposed. 2010. Plan for the Prevention, Detection, Assessment, and Management of Asian Carps in Michigan Waters, State of Michigan, Department of natural resources. 60: 68 pp.

Clark, NA. 2012. Invasion of Reservation: U.S. policy responses to the invasive lionfish within Marine Protected Areas. Hartford, Trinity College Digital Repository. Senior Thesis: 1-53.

Collins, R. A., & al. 2012. Something in the water: biosecurity monitoring of ornamental fish imports using environmental DNA. Biological Invasions 15(6): 1209-1215.

Copp, G. H.,& al. 2017. Trophic consequences of non-native pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus for native pond fishes. Biological Invasions 19(1): 25-41.

Corkum, L. D., & al. 2004. The Round Goby, Neogobius melanostomus, a Fish Invader on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Biological Invasions 6(2): 173-181.

Corkum, L. D., & al. 2006. Evidence of a Male Sex Pheromone in the Round Goby (Neogobius melanostomus). Biological Invasions 8(1): 105-112.

Correa, C., & Gross, M. R. 2008. Chinook salmon invade southern South America. Biological Invasions 10: 615-639.

Correa, C., Bravo, A. P., & Hendry, A. P. 2012. Reciprocal trophic niche shifts in native and invasive fish: salmonids and galaxiids in Patagonian lakes. Freshwater biology 57(9): 1769–1781.

Corsini, M. K., G., & Economidis, P. S. 2002. Lessepsian migrant Fistularia commersonii from the Rhodesmarine area. Journal of Fish Biology: 1061–1062.

Costa-Pierce, B. A. 2003. Rapid evolution of an established feral tilapia (Oreochromis spp.): the need to incorporate invasion science into regulatory structures. Biological Invasions 5(1): 71-84.

Cucherousset, J., & al. 2009. Life-history traits and potential invasiveness of introduced pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus populations in northwestern Europe. Biological Invasions 11(9): 2171-2180.

Daga, V. S. & É. A. Gubiani. 2012. Variations in the endemic fish assemblage of a global freshwater ecoregion: Associations with introduced species in cascading reservoirs. Acta Oecologica 41: 95-105.

Dalu, T., Clegg, B., Marufu, L., & Nhwatiwa, T. 2012. The feeding habits of an introduced piscivore, Hydrocynus vittatus (Castelnau 1861) in a small tropical African reservoir. Pan-American Journal of Aquatic Sciences 7(2): 85-92.

Darling, E. S., & al. 2011. Indo-Pacific lionfish are larger and more abundant on invaded reefs: a comparison of Kenyan and Bahamian lionfish populations. Biological Invasions 13(9): 2045-2051.

Di Prinzio, C. Y., & al. 2013. Feeding strategy of the non-native rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, in low-order Patagonian streams. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20(5): 414-425.

Duxbury, C., Holland, J. & Pluchino, M. 2010. Experimental evaluation of the impacts of the invasive catfish Hoplosternum littorale (Hancock, 1828) on aquatic macroinvertebrates. Aquatic Invasions 5(1): 97-102.

Esselman, P. C., & al. 2012. Spatiotemporal dynamics of the spread of African tilapias (Pisces: Oreochromis spp.) into rivers of northeastern Mesoamerica. Biological Invasions 15(7): 1471-1491.

Feiner, Z. S., & al. 2012. Phenotypic shifts in white perch life history strategy across stages of invasion. Biological Invasions 14(11): 2315-2329.

Fernández, D., & al. 2010. Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Walbaum 1792) in the Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego: the onset of an invasion. Biological Invasions 12(9): 2991-2997.

Forsyth, D. M., & al. 2012. Population dynamics of invading freshwater fish: common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Biological Invasions 15(2): 341-354.

Friedrich, T. 2012. Historical distribution, current situation and future potential of sturgeons in Austrians Rivers. Insitute of hydrobiology and Aquatic Ecosystem Management. Vienna, University of Natural Ressources and lifes sciences. Thesis.

Gaither, M. R., & al. 2013. An Invasive Fish and the Time-Lagged Spread of Its Parasite across the Hawaiian Archipelago. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56940.

Gendron, A. D., & al. 2011. Invasive species are less parasitized than native competitors, but for how long? The case of the round goby in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Biological Invasions 14(2): 367-384.

Gherardi, F. G., S., Minchin, D., Olenin, S., & Panov, V. E. 2009. Alien Invertebrates and Fish in European Inland Waters. Handbook of Alien Species in Europe, Springer Science + Business Media B. V. 2009.

Gibson-Reinemer, D. K., & al. 2017. Widespread and enduring demographic collapse of invasive common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the Upper Mississippi River System. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1905-1916.

Godinho, F. N. & Ferreira, M. T. 2000. Composition of Endemic Fish Assemblages in Relation to Exotic Species and River Regulation in a Temperate Stream. Biological Invasions 2(3): 231-244.

Górski, K., & al. 2017. Young-of-the-year Coho Salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch recruit in fresh waters of remote Patagonian fjords in southern Chile (51°S). Biological Invasions 19(4): 1127-1136.

Grabowska, J., & al. 2009. Diet and feeding habits of monkey goby (Neogobius fluviatilis) in a newly invaded area. Biological Invasions 11(9): 2161-2170.

Gu, Q., Xiong, B., Zhu, Y., Yang, X., & Shi, P. 2012. Comparison of benthic macroinvertebrates in three polyculture models of ponds stocking mainly Ctenopharyngodon idellus. Desalination and Water Treatment 45(1-3): 26-39.

Guzzo, M. M., & al. 2013. Fifty years later: trophic ecology and niche overlap of a native and non-indigenous fish species in the western basin of Lake Erie. Biological Invasions 15(8): 1695-1711.

Halfyard, E. A. 2010. A review of options for the containment, control and eradication of illegally introduced smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu): 79.

Hardin, S.& J. E. Hill. 2012. Risk Analysis of Barramundi Perch Lates calcarifer Aquaculture in Florida. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32(3): 577-585.

Harvey, C. J. & Kareiva, P. M. 2005. Community context and the influence of non-indigenous species on juvenile salmon survival in a Columbia River reservoir. Biological Invasions 7(4): 651-663.

Hayden, B., & al. 2013. Interactions between invading benthivorous fish and native whitefish in subarctic lakes. Freshwater biology 58(6): 1234-1250.

Hershberger, P. K., & al. 2010. Amplification and transport of an endemic fish disease by an introduced species. Biological Invasions 12(11): 3665-3675.

Hossain, M. M., & al. 2013. Examination of the effects of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) and bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) on the ecosystem attributes of lake Kawahara-oike, Nagasaki, Japan. Ecological Informatics 18: 149-161.

Houston, B. E., & al. 2014. Overwinter survival, energy storage and reproductive allocation in the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) from a river system. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 23(2): 224-233.

Jackson, M. C. Britton, J. R. Cucherousset, J. Guo, Z. Stakenas, S. Gozlan, R. E. Godard, M. G. Roussel, J.-m. Copp, G. H., 2016. Do non-native pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus affect the growth, diet and trophic niche breadth of native brown trout Salmo trutta? 772, 63–75.

Jacobs, G. R., & al. 2017. Invasive species alter ontogenetic shifts in the trophic ecology of Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in the Niagara River and Lake Ontario. Biological Invasions 19(5): 1533-1546.

Jarić, I., & al. 2011. Assessing the range of newly established invasive species in rivers using probabilistic methods. Hydrobiologia 680(1): 171-178.

Johnston, M. W. & Purkis, S.J. 2013. Modeling the Potential Spread of the Recently Identified Non-Native Panther Grouper Chromileptes altivelis in the Atlantic Using a Cellular Automaton Approach. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73023.

Jones, R. W., & al. 2013. Using a unified invasion framework to characterize Africa’s first loricariid catfish invasion. Biological Invasions 15(10): 2139-2145.

Jordaan, M. S., & al. 2017. Unexpected survival of sharptooth catfish Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) during acute rotenone toxicity trials will complicate management of invasions. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1739-1744.

Jude, A. J. 2012. Fisheries, Aquaculture and Exotic Species of the Laurentian Great Lakes. The North american Great Lakes / St. Lawrence River and Estuary. 18.

Kadye, W. T. & A. J. Booth. 2011. Integrating stomach content and stable isotope analyses to elucidate the feeding habits of non-native sharptooth catfish Clarias gariepinus. Biological Invasions 14(4): 779-795.

Kalogirou, S., & al. 2007. Diet of the invasive piscivorous fish Fistularia commersonii in a recently colonized area of the eastern Mediterranean. Biological Invasions 9(8): 887-896.

Kalogirou, S., & al. 2012. Feeding ecology of indigenous and non-indigenous fish species within the family Sphyraenidae. J Fish Biol 80(7): 2528-2548.

Kawai, H., & al. 2013. The relationship between the snowmelt flood and the establishment of non-native brown trout (Salmo trutta) in streams of the Chitose River, Hokkaido, northern Japan. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22(4): 645-653.

Kindinger, T. L. & M. A. Albins. 2017. Consumptive and non-consumptive effects of an invasive marine predator on native coral-reef herbivores. Biological Invasions 19(1): 131-146.

Kocovsky, P. M., & al. 2011. Expansion of tubenose gobies Proterorhinus semilunaris into western Lake Erie and potential effects on native species. Biological Invasions 13(12): 2775-2784.

Kovačević, S.,  & al. 2012. Invasive Species of Macroinvertebrates and Fish in Reservoirs of Central Serbia. BALWOIS: 5 pp.

Kreiser, B. R., & al. 2000. Single Versus Multiple Sources of Introduced Populations Identified With Molecular Markers: A Case Study of a Freshwater Fish. Biological Invasions 2(4): 295-304.

Kreutzenberger K., Leprieur F. & Brosse S. 2008. The influence of the invasive black bullhead Ameiurus melas on the predatory efficiency of pike Esox lucius L. Journal of Fish Biology 73: 196-205.

Andradi-Brown, D. A.,& al. 2017. Large-scale invasion of western Atlantic mesophotic reefs by lionfish potentially undermines culling-based management. Biological Invasions 19(3): 939-954.

Lauzeral C., Grenouillet G. & Brosse S. 2012. Dealing with noisy absences to optimize species distribution models: an iterative ensemble modelling approach. Plos One 7(11): e49508.

Lauzeral C., Leprieur F., Beauchard O., Duron Q., Obredorff T. & Brosse S. 2011. Identifying climatic niche shifts using coarse-grained occurrence data: a test with non-native freshwater fish. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 407-414.

Lepori, F., & al. 2012. Are invasive and native trout functionally equivalent predators? Results and lessons from a field experiment. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22(6): 787-798.

Leprieur F., Beauchard O., Blanchet S., Oberdorff T. & Brosse S. 2008. Fish invasions in the world’s river systems: when natural processes are blurred by human activities. Public Library of Science, Biology 6(2): e28.

Leprieur F., Brosse S., Garcıa-Berthou E., Oberdorff T., Olden J.D. & Townsend C.R., 2009. Scientific uncertainty and the assessment of risks posed by non-native freshwater fishes. Fish and Fisheries 10: 88-97.

Leprieur F., Hickey M.A., Arbuckle C.J., Closs G.P., Brosse S. & Townsend C.R., 2006. Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish. Journal of Applied Ecology 43:930-939.

Leprieur F., Olden J.D., Lek S. & Brosse S. 2009. Patterns and mechanisms of the distance decay of similarity in the European freshwater fish fauna: contrasting native and exotic species. Journal of Biogeography 36: 1899-1912.

Lockett, M. M. & Gomon, M. F. 2001 Ship Mediated Fish Invasions in Australia: Two New Introductions and A Consideration of Two Previous Invasions. Biological Invasions 3(2): 187-192.

Macdonald, J. I., & al. 2012. Do invasive eastern gambusia (Gambusia holbrooki) shape wetland fish assemblage structure in south-eastern Australia? Marine and Freshwater Research 63(8): 659-671.

Madenjian, C. P., & al. 2010. Evidence for predatory control of the invasive round goby. Biological Invasions 13(4): 987-1002.

Marchetti, M. P. 1999. An Experimental Study of Competition Between the Native Sacramento Perch (Archoplites interruptus) and Introduced Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus). Biological Invasions 1(1): 55-65.

Marr, S. M., & al. 2012. An assessment of a proposal to eradicate non-native fish from priority rivers in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science 37(2): 131-142.

Mastitsky, S. E., Karatayev, A. Y., Burlakova, L. E. & Adamovich, B. V. 2010. Non-native fishes of Belarus: diversity, distribution, and risk classification using the Fish Invasiveness Screening Kit (FISK). Aquatic Invasions 5(1): 103-114.

Meredith, C. S., & al. 2017. Assessing conditions influencing the longitudinal distribution of exotic brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a mountain stream: a spatially-explicit modeling approach. Biological Invasions 19(2): 503-519.

McHugh, P., & al. 2012. Niche flexibility and trout–galaxiid co-occurrence in a hydrologically diverse riverine landscape. Biological Invasions 14(11): 2393-2406.

Menezes, R. F., & al. 2011. Lower biodiversity of native fish but only marginally altered plankton biomass in tropical lakes hosting introduced piscivorous Cichla cf. ocellaris. Biological Invasions 14(7): 1353-1363.

Morán-López, R. & O. Uceda Tolosa. 2017. Relative leaping abilities of native versus invasive cyprinids as criteria for selective barrier design. Biological Invasions 19(4): 1243-1253.

Morris, J. A., & al. 2010. A stage-based matrix population model of invasive lionfish with implications for control. Biological Invasions 13(1): 7-12.

Olds, A. A. 2012. The Ichthyofauna of the wilderness lakes systems, wester Cape, with particular emphasis on alien fish species and their establishment success.Rhodes university. Master of science: 201 pp.

Parker, I. M., & al. 1999. Impact: Toward a Framework for Understanding the Ecological Effects of Invaders. Biological Invasions 1(1): 3-19.

Pasco-Viel, E., & al. 2010. Evolutionary Trends of the Pharyngeal Dentition in Cypriniformes (Actinopterygii: Ostariophysi). PLoS ONE 5(6): e11293.

Pascual, M., & al. 2002. Evaluating Potential Effects of Exotic Freshwater Fish From Incomplete Species Presence–absence Data. Biological Invasions 4(1): 101-113.

Pérez-Bote, J. L. & R. Roso. 2012. Diet of the introduced pikeperch Sander lucioperca (L.) (Osteichthyes, Percidae) in a recent colonised reservoir in south-western Iberian Peninsula. Italian Journal of Zoology 79(4): 617-626.

Persat, H., Keith, P. 1997. La répartition géographique des poissons d’eau douce en France : Qui est autochtone et qui ne l’est pas ? Bull. Fr. Pêche Piscic. . 344/345: 15-32.

Piazzini, S., & al. 2010. A tropical fish community in thermal waters of southern Tuscany. Biological Invasions 12(9): 2959-2965.

Pilliod, D. S., & al. 2012. Persistence and extirpation in invaded landscapes: patch characteristics and connectivity determine effects of non-native predatory fish on native salamanders. Biological Invasions 15(3): 671-685.

Purcell, K. M., & al. 2012. Evaluation of the introduction history and genetic diversity of a serially introduced fish population in New Zealand. Biological Invasions 14(10): 2057-2065.

Radhakrishnan, K. V., & al. 2012. Status of alien fish species in the Western Ghats (India) as revealed from 2000–2004 surveys and literature analyses. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 28(5): 778-784.

Radke, R. J., & al. 2000. Suitability of pharyngeal bone measures commonly used for reconstruction of prey fish length. J Fish Biol 57(4): 961-967.

Rakauskas, V., Putys, Z., Dainys, J., Ledutiene, J., Lozys, L., & Arbaciauskas, K. 2013. Increasing population of the invader round goby, Neogobius melanostomus (Actinopterygii: Perciformes; Gobiidae), and its trophic role in the Curonian lagoon, SE Baltic sea. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 43(2).

Rashnavadi, M. 2010. The ecological impacts of secondary salinisation on halo-tolerant fishes in south-western Australia, Murdoch University. Doctor of Philosophy: 219 pp.

Rehage, J. S. & Sih A. 2004. Dispersal Behavior, Boldness, and the Link to Invasiveness: A Comparison of Four Gambusia Species. Biological Invasions 6(3): 379-391.

Ricciardi, A. & M. Mottiar. 2006. Does Darwin’s Naturalization Hypothesis Explain Fish Invasions? Biological Invasions 8(6): 1403-1407.

Rogowski, D. L. & Stockwell, C. A. 2006. Assessment of Potential Impacts of Exotic Species on Populations of a Threatened Species, White Sands Pupfish, Cyprinodon tularosa. Biological Invasions 8(1): 79-87.

Roll, U., & al. 2007. Characteristics of the introduced fish fauna of Israel. Biological Invasions 9(7): 813-824.

Ross, R. M., & al. 2001. Landscape Determinants of Nonindigenous Fish Invasions. Biological Invasions 3(4): 347-361.

Rothman, B.-S., Goren, M., & Galil, B. S. 2013. Cheilodipterus novemstriatus (Rüppell, 1838) along the Levantine coast of the Mediterranean Sea: a forthcoming invasion? BioInvasions Records 2: 4 pp.

Rueda, E. C., & al. 2017. Displacement of native Patagonian freshwater silverside populations (Odontesthes hatcheri, Atherinopsidae) by introgressive hybridization with introduced O. bonariensis. Biological Invasions 19(3): 971-988.

Sampson, S. J., & al. 2008. Diet overlap among two Asian carp and three native fishes in backwater lakes on the Illinois and Mississippi rivers. Biological Invasions 11(3): 483-496.

Sass, G. G., & al. 2009. A mark-recapture population estimate for invasive silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) in the La Grange Reach, Illinois River. Biological Invasions 12(3): 433-436.

Schröder, V. & Garcia de Leaniz, C. 2010. Discrimination between farmed and free-living invasive salmonids in Chilean Patagonia using stable isotope analysis. Biological Invasions 13(1): 203-213.

Schlumberger, O., Sagliocco, M., Proteau, J.P. 2001. Biogéographie du Silure (Silurus glanis) : causes hydrographiques, climatiques et anthropiques. Bull. Fr. Pêche Piscic. 357/360 : 533-547.

Senior, A. M., & al. 2013. The practicality of Trojan sex chromosomes as a biological control: an agent based model of two highly invasive Gambusia species. Biological Invasions 15(8): 1765-1782.

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