2019
DOI: 10.1007/s10530-019-02138-y
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Invasion dynamics of the white piranha (Serrasalmus brandtii) in a Neotropical river basin

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“…A similar pattern was observed in the invasion process of the European green crab in North America, in which two separately introduction events led to two genetically distinct groups (FitzGerald et al, 2017;Jeffery et al, 2017). Although natural and artificial barriers in rivers can define the spatial distribution or expansion of freshwater invasive species (see Teixeira et al, 2020), the limited admixture in both genetic groups of red swamp crayfish (Badajoz and Lower Guadalquivir) suggests an effect related to the political border between Spain and Portugal. The border has apparently favoured the existence of two quasi-independent expansion processes, despite both countries share several river basins through which natural dispersion of invasive species may occur (Gago, Anastácio, Gkenas, Banha & Ribeiro, 2016).…”
Section: Introduction History Genetic Structure and Political Boundariesmentioning
confidence: 57%
“…A similar pattern was observed in the invasion process of the European green crab in North America, in which two separately introduction events led to two genetically distinct groups (FitzGerald et al, 2017;Jeffery et al, 2017). Although natural and artificial barriers in rivers can define the spatial distribution or expansion of freshwater invasive species (see Teixeira et al, 2020), the limited admixture in both genetic groups of red swamp crayfish (Badajoz and Lower Guadalquivir) suggests an effect related to the political border between Spain and Portugal. The border has apparently favoured the existence of two quasi-independent expansion processes, despite both countries share several river basins through which natural dispersion of invasive species may occur (Gago, Anastácio, Gkenas, Banha & Ribeiro, 2016).…”
Section: Introduction History Genetic Structure and Political Boundariesmentioning
confidence: 57%
“…However, depletion of genetic diversity induced by bottleneck events could even increase population fitness and boost invasiveness in some situations (e.g., by purging deleterious mutations) (Marchini et al, 2016), and increase additive genetic variance for ecological relevant traits (Lindholm et al, 2005). In T. cirratus , despite the lower levels of gene diversity in invasive populations, they were still able to become invasive, a pattern reported in other invasive fishes (e.g., white piranha Serrasalmus brandtii , Teixeira et al, 2020; and largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides , Hargrove et al, 2017).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 73%
“…Most of the fish captured using gill nets were a non‐native predator species (white piranha— Serrasalmus brandtii ) that colonised and established at UHE Irapé reservoir (Teixeira et al, 2020). In this study, the white piranha represented 66.5% of all individuals (Table 3).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%