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Invasions by parasites in continental Europe


, : Invasions by parasites in continental Europe. Biological invasions in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin: 285-305

It is emphasized that invasions by parasites in continental Europe could occur in 2 different ecological situations: either the invasion had no link with a change in the biocenosis, and spread out from an initial focus into pre-existing potential hosts, or it resulted from the introduction of one or more hosts harbouring parasites which could or could not then contaminate the autochthonous fauna.


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