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First record of the non-native bryozoan Amathia (=Zoobotryon) verticillata (delle Chiaje, 1822) (Ctenostomata) in the Galapagos Islands.

Por: McCann, L.
Colaborador(es): Keith, I | Carlton, J | Ruiz, G | Dawson, T | Collins, K.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroEditor: 2015Materia(s): Zoobotryon | First record | Primer registro | Amathia | Non-native | No nativo | Ctenostomata | Galapagos Islands | Islas Galápagos | VerticillataClasificación CDD: 999.999 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea En: Bioinvasions Records Vol. 4, no. 4 (Sep 2005), p. 155-260.Materia: The Indian anchovy Stolephorus indicus (van Hasselt, 1823) was recorded for the first time in the Mediterranean near Tel-Aviv, Israel on 15 May 2015. This Indo-West Pacific species evidently reached the Mediterranean via the Suez Canal from the Red Sea. Several specimens of Stolephorus insularis were also collected, which suggests that species has established a viable population in the Levant.
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The Indian anchovy Stolephorus indicus (van Hasselt, 1823) was recorded for the first time in the Mediterranean near Tel-Aviv, Israel on 15 May 2015. This Indo-West Pacific species evidently reached the Mediterranean via the Suez Canal from the Red Sea. Several specimens of Stolephorus insularis were also collected, which suggests that species has established a viable population in the Levant.

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