BIR summary – Volume 12, Issue 3 (September 2023)
In the September 2023 issue of BioInvasions Records…
Seven first records around the world: an African grass-feeding wasp in Australia; the northern spruce bark beetle, Ips duplicatus, in Slovenia; the Asian Antithamnion sparsum in Canada; a Didemnum carpet ascidian in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean; the Newfoundland’s razor clam, Ensis terranovensis, in Iceland; the American clawed lobster, Homarus americanus, in the southeastern Mediterranean; Cherax quadricarinatus in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve (Mexico); and a marbled crayfish Procambarus virginalis in Israel.
Distribution and invasion potential of Syzygium australe in South Africa
Rapid spread of Solanum carolinense in Austria
First escape of Gazania × splendens in Algeria
Invasion of the box tree moth in the Balearic Islands
Distribution and abundance of the ivy bee in southern England
New terrestrial slugs in Hungary
Prevention management for non-native amphibians in South China
New data on aquatic alien invertebrates in the Ukrainian Danube Delta
Establishment of an invasive snail Melanoides tuberculata in Burkina Faso
Expansion of the amphipod Chelicorophium curvispinum in the Seine estuary
A study on the diversity of non-native and invasive fish species in Bali, Indonesia
Range expansion of the western tubenose goby (Proterorhinus semilunaris) in Canada
Check out the September 2023 issue of BioInvasions Records here!