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June 2021 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!

In this issue...

Many first records from all over the globe: the rhodophyte Scinaia cf. johnstoniae in Gwaii Haanas (Canada), the sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis in British Colombia (Canada), the northern brown shrimp Penaeus aztecus in Libyan waters, the invasive mussel Mytella strigata in Taiwan, the amphipod Dikerogammarus haemobaphes in the Neman River basin (Belarus), the marbled crayfish Procambarus virginalis in France and Belgium, the Australian redclaw crayfish Cherax quadricarinatus in the East Coast of Malaysia and Hong Kong, the Chinese sleeper Perccottus glenii in the Black Sea, the alien plant Sisymbrium irio in the Republic of Korea, and the Asian seed beetle Megabruchidius dorsalis in Croatia.

Updated species distributions for the Indo-Pacific shrimp Urocaridella pulchella from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, the freshwater bryozoan Pectinatella magnifica in the Upper Danube basin, the Australian redclaw crayfish Cherax quadricarinatus in the island of Puerto Rico, and the invasive pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha in the Faroe Islands

And more:

The second edition of the checklist of alien and cryptogenic bryophytes in Austria in out!

Digging into unpublished records of citizen science data led nine updated records of alien species in the Malta-Sicily Channel and an updated range expansion of recreational non-native fishes in Portugal.

Invasive or not invasive? Evidence on the status of common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, in Lithuania.

Do urban development and environmental stability in new buildings promote the invasion of insects? Hints on the long-tailed silverfish C. longicaudata in Norway.

Pet trade is still an important factor in new introductions, as demonstrated by the case of the Arabian Serin Crithagra rothschildi in the eastern Arabian Peninsula.

The Rapid Assessment Survey on marina floating pontoons helps researchers to records non indigenous species and cryptogenic species in the southern New England and New York, USA.

Implications for the prediction of future dispersal and effective management of the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, in Japan.

An assessment of microbenthic non-indigenous species on artificial substrates in the Taranto Seas (Italy).

The invasive Chinese sleeper Perccottus glenii as a monospecific fish community in the Ilgas Nature Reserve Natura 2000 site (Latvia).

The naturalization of the beach cabbage Scaevola taccada in southeastern Mexico.

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