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ReferencePaavola M, Olenin S, Leppäkoski E (2005) Are invasive species most successful in habitats of low native species richness across European brackish water seas? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 64(4), 738-750
Year2005
Type of sourceJournal article
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Paavola.2005.Are invasive species most successful in habitats of low native species richness across European brackish water seas.pdf
SpeciesRecipient region 
Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsaLatvia
Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsaEstonia
Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsaGermany / Baltic Sea
Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsaFinland
Agarophyton vermiculophyllumGermany / Baltic Sea
Amphibalanus improvisusSweden / Baltic Sea
Chara connivensLatvia
Chara connivensGermany / Baltic Sea
Cordylophora caspiaPoland
Cordylophora caspiaSweden / Baltic Sea
Cordylophora caspiaRussia / Baltic Sea / Kaliningrad area
Cordylophora caspiaEstonia
Cordylophora caspiaLatvia
Dasya baillouvianaGermany / Baltic Sea
Dasya baillouvianaDenmark / Baltic Sea
Ficopomatus enigmaticusDenmark / Baltic Sea
Fucus evanescensGermany / Baltic Sea
Hemimysis anomalaPoland
Marenzelleria viridisGermany / Baltic Sea
Neogobius melanostomusDenmark / Baltic Sea
Species 
Agarophyton vermiculophyllum
Bonnemaisonia hamifera
Desmarestia viridis
Dreissena polymorpha
Ficopomatus enigmaticus
Fucus evanescens
Gmelinoides fasciatus
Lithoglyphus naticoides
Marenzelleria viridis
Mya arenaria
Neogobius melanostomus
Odontella sinensis
Paranais frici
Pontogammarus robustoides
Potamopyrgus antipodarum
Teredo navalis
Thalassiosira punctigera
Urnatella gracilis