November 2021 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
In this issue..
The second edition of the checklist of alien orthopterans and mantises in Austria is out!
Take a look at the new morphologically based identification key for Canary Island webspinners (three alien species included!)
Hong Kong non-native turtles: species list and distribution.
Invasive lizards meet in Alborán Island.
An alien monkey? Yes, but it’s a goby (Neogobius fluviatilis) in north-eastern Poland.
Bad news for the vulnerable common carps, as their parasite (Khawia japonensis) is spreading in Central European countries.
Parasites problem also for native snakes, as the parasite cestode Ophiotaenia europae adopted the North American brown bullhead catfish as an intermediate host, and for ornamental Cycas infested by the cycad aulacaspis scale.
The large tropical millipede (Chondrodesmus cf. riparius) spreading in Europe travelling into furniture.
Alien among us: the non-indigenous amphipod Incisocalliope aestuarius in Germany.
An alien earwig (Euborellia femoralis) hidden in plain sight in Europe.
Citizens help scientists: the case of the box tree moth (Cydalima perspectalis) invading natural vegetation in Greece.
An overview of the Non-Indigenous Species of algae and invertebrates in the marine and brackish coastal waters of Normandy in France.
Impacts of invasive parrot’s feather (Myriophyllum aquaticum) in China.
The invasive medusa Blackfordia virginica population in Mexico
Escaped from a Botanical Garden, the invasive Adenocaulon adhaerescens is spreading in the Moscow Region.
Following obscure reports, the introduced barnacle (Amphibalanus amphitrite) rediscovered in Chile.
Disappear and reappear, is it magic or is it the narrow-clawed crayfish Pontastacus leptodactylus?
Many and many first records from all over the globe! The aquatic plant Pontederia cordata in Southern Spain, the macroalga Codium fragile in Portugal, the casual non-native plant Heptapleurum arboricola in the Mediterranean Area, the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas in southern Black Sea, the Atlantic pearl-oyster Pinctada imbricata radiata in the Balearic Archipelago, the tubeworm Ficopomatus enigmaticus in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea, blue crabs in Libyan waters, the invasive red-eared slider Trachemys scripta elegans in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
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