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Sinelobus stanfordi (Richardson, 1901): A new crustacean invader in Europe
van Haaren, T.; Soors, J. (2009). Sinelobus stanfordi (Richardson, 1901): A new crustacean invader in Europe. Aquat. Invasions 4(4): 703-711
In: Aquatic Invasions. Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre (REABIC): Helsinki. ISSN 1798-6540; e-ISSN 1818-5487, more
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    This short note reports on the first European records of Sinelobus stanfordi (Crustacea: Tanaidacea: Tanaidae). The species has been recorded from five different water bodies in the Dutch coastal area and in the docks of the Belgian harbour of Antwerp. S. stanfordi was until now not known to inhabit (North-) European coasts and estuaries. It is thus very likely that its origin is non-indigenous.

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