Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst.
Number 414, 2014
Topical issue on Crayfish
Article Number 13
Number of page(s) 8
Published online 19 May 2014
  • Arlinghaus R. andMehner T., 2003. Socio-economic characterisation of specialised common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) anglers in Germany, and implications for inland fisheries management and eutrophication control. Fish. Res., 61, 19–33. [CrossRef]
  • Bohman P., Edsman L., Martin P. andScholtz G., 2013. The first Marmorkrebs (Decapoda: Astacida: Cambaridae) in Scandinavia. Bioinvasions Rec., 2, 227–232. [CrossRef]
  • Edgerton B.F., Henttonen P., Jussila J., Mannonen A., Paasonen P., Taugbøl T., Edsman L. andSouty-Grosset C., 2004. Understanding the causes of disease in European freshwater crayfish. Conserv. Biol., 18, 1466–1474. [CrossRef]
  • Chucholl C., 2012. Understanding invasion success: life-history traits and feeding habits of the alien crayfish Orconectes immunis (Decapoda, Astacida, Cambaridae). Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 404, 04. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences]
  • Chucholl C., 2013. Invaders for sale: trade and determinants of introduction of ornamental freshwater crayfish. Biol. Invasions, 15, 125–141. [CrossRef]
  • Chucholl C. andPfeiffer M., 2010. First evidence for an established Marmorkrebs (Decapoda, Astacida, Cambaridae) population in Southwestern Germany, in syntopic occurrence with Orconectes limosus (Rafinesque, 1817). Aquat. Invasions, 5, 405–412. [CrossRef]
  • Holdich D.M., Reynolds J., Souty-Grosset C. and Sibley P., 2009. A review of the ever increasing threat to European crayfish from non-indigenous crayfish species. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 394−395, 11. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences]
  • Jaklic M. andVrezec A., 2011. The first tropical alien crayfish species in European waters: the redclaw Cherax quadricarinatus (Von Martens, 1868) (Decapoda, Parastacidae). Crustaceana, 84, 651–665. [CrossRef]
  • Janský V. andMutkovič A., 2010. Rak Procambarus sp.(Crustacea: Decapoda: Cambaridae) – Prvŷ Nález na Slovensku. Zbornik Slovenského Národneho Múzea (Acta rerum naturalium Musei Nationalis Slovaci Bratislava), 56, 64–67.
  • Kopecký O., Kalous L. andPatoka J., 2013. Establishment risk from pet-trade freshwater turtles in the European Union. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 410, 02. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences]
  • NonnisMarzano F., Scalici M., Chiesa S., Gherardi F., Piccinini A. andGibertini G., 2009. The first record of the marbled crayfish adds further threats to fresh waters in Italy. Aquat. Invasions, 4, 401–404. [CrossRef]
  • Patoka J., Kalous L. and Kopecký O., 2014. Risk assessment of the crayfish pet trade based on data from the Czech Republic. Biol. Invasions, DOI: 10.1007/s10530-014-0682-5.
  • Peay S., 2009. Invasive non-indigenous crayfish species in Europe: recommendations on managing them Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 394–395, 03. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences]
  • Scalici M., Chiesa S., Gherardi F., Ruffini M., Gibertini G. and Nonnis Marzano F., 2009. The new threat to Italian inland waters from the alien crayfish “gang”: the Australian Cherax destructor Clark, 1936. Hydrobiologia, 632, 341–345. [CrossRef]
  • Soes D. and Koese B., 2010. Invasive crayfish in the Netherlands: a preliminary risk analysis, EIS-Nederland and Bureau Waardenburg, Leiden, 69 p.
  • Souty-Grosset C. andReynolds J., 2009. Current ideas on methodological approaches in European crayfish conservation and restocking procedures. Knowl. Managt. Aquatic Ecosyst., 394–395, 01. [CrossRef] [EDP Sciences]
  • Stloukal E., 2009. Recent distribution of nonindigenous crayfish species in Slovakia. Folia Faunistica Slovaca, 14, 119–122.
  • Turkmen G. andKaradal O., 2012. The survey of the imported freshwater decapod species via the ornamental aquarium trade in Turkey. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 11, 2824–2827. [CrossRef]

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.