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Eastward spread of Ergalatax junionae Houart, 2008 (Gastropoda, Mollusca), a recent alien species in the Mediterranean
Zenetos, A.; Ovalis, P.; Houart, R. (2008). Eastward spread of Ergalatax junionae Houart, 2008 (Gastropoda, Mollusca), a recent alien species in the Mediterranean. J. Biol. Res. 10: 221-223
In: Journal of Biological Research. School of Biology. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki: Thessaloniki. ISSN 1790-045X
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Keywords
    Ergalatax junionae Houart, 2008 [WoRMS]; Ergalatax obscura Houart, 1996 [WoRMS]
    Marine/Coastal
Author keywords
    alien mollusca; Mediterranean; Greece; Ergalatax obscura; Ergalataxjunionae

Authors  Top 
  • Zenetos, A.
  • Ovalis, P.
  • Houart, R.

Abstract
    The muricid Ergalatax junionae Houart, 2008 is recorded for the first time in Greece. Natural dispersal of recently introduced populations via shipping is assumed as its mode of introduction. This discovery represents a considerable expansion in the eastern Mediterranean.

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