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Non-indigenous freshwater fishes in Flanders: Status, trends and risk assessment

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Originele taal-2Engels
TitelScience facing aliens : proceedings of a scientific meeting on invasive aliens species.
EditorsH. Segers
Aantal pagina's5
Publicatiedatum2010
StatusGepubliceerd - 2010

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Publication Authorstring : Verreycken, H.; Van Thuyne, G.; Belpaire, C.
Publication RefStringPartII : <b><i>in</i></b>: Segers, H. <i>et al.</i> (Ed.) (2010). <i>Science facing aliens : proceedings of a scientific meeting on invasive aliens species.</i> pp. 71-75

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At least eighteen non-indigenous freshwater fish species were reported to occur in the wild within the territory of Flanders. Nine are considered naturalized while the others are acclimatized and do not form self-sustaining populations. Nine of the introductions occurred prior to 1950, with the other nine species introduced since then. This contribution reviews the available information on these introductions, and evaluates a decade of data from fisheries surveys to assess the recent development of these non-indigenous populations. Gibel carp Carassius gibelio and topmouth gudgeon Pseudorasbora parva are the most widespread of the non-indigenous species in Flemish waters, and both continue to expand their ranges. A reduction in range has been observed in brown bullhead Ameiurus nebulosus only. Only four species occur in all eleven river basins while eight species are restricted to one or two basins and often only one specimen was found during fish stock assessments. We also discuss non-indigenous fish species that are likely to colonize Flanders inland waters in the near future. For all non-indigenous freshwater fish species present and expected to appear soon, different risk analysis tools (FISK and ISEIA) were used to screen these species for their possible invasiveness. Although scores from FISK and ISEIA differ for some species, gibel carp and topmouth gudgeon were in both assessments classified as ‘highest risk’ species in relation to their potential invasiveness.

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