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  • Genetic Data Suggest Multiple Introductions of the Lionfish (Pterois miles) into the Mediterranean Sea 

    Dimitriou, AC; Chartosia, N; Hall-Spencer, JM; Kleitou, P; Jimenez, C; Antoniou, C; Hadjioannou, L; Kletou, D; Sfenthourakis, S (MDPI, 2019-08-27)
    <jats:p>Widespread reports over the last six years confirm the establishment of lionfish (Pterois miles) populations in the eastern Mediterranean. Accumulated knowledge on lionfish invasions in the western Atlantic Ocean ...
  • Horizon Scanning to Predict and Prioritize Invasive Alien Species With the Potential to Threaten Human Health and Economies on Cyprus 

    Peyton, JM; Martinou, AF; Adriaens, T; Chartosia, N; Karachle, PK; Rabitsch, W; Tricarico, E; Arianoutsou, M; Bacher, S; Bazos, I; Brundu, G; Bruno-McClung, E; Charalambidou, I; Demetriou, M; Galanidi, M; Galil, B; Guillem, R; Hadjiafxentis, K; Hadjioannou, L; Hadjistylli, M; Hall-Spencer, JM; Jimenez, C; Johnstone, G; Kleitou, P; Kletou, D; Koukkoularidou, D; Leontiou, S; Maczey, N; Michailidis, N; Mountford, JO; Papatheodoulou, A; Pescott, OL; Phanis, C; Preda, C; Rorke, S; Shaw, R; Solarz, W; Taylor, CD; Trajanovski, S; Tziortzis, I; Tzirkalli, E; Uludag, A; Vimercati, G; Zdraveski, K; Zenetos, A; Roy, HE (Frontiers Media SA, 2020-10-21)
  • Invasive lionfish in the Mediterranean: Low public awareness yet high stakeholder concerns 

    Kleitou, P; Savva, I; Kletou, D; Hall-Spencer, J; Antoniou, C; Christodoulides, Y; Chartosia, N; Hadjioannou, L; Dimitriou, AC; Jimenez, C; Petrou, A; Sfenthourakis, S; Rees, S (Elsevier, 2019-06)
    A lionfish invasion in the Western Atlantic has been one of the most ecologically harmful fish invasions to date. Experience there has shown that its management is most effective when the public and stakeholders are ...
  • New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (July 2017) 

    Gerovasileiou, V; Akel, EHK; Akyol, O; Alongi, G; Azevedo, F; Babali, N; Bakiu, R; Bariche, M; Bennoui, A; Castriota, L; Chintiroglou, CC; Crocetta, F; Deidun, A; Galinou-Mitsoudi, S; Giovos, I; Gokoglu, M; Golemaj, A; Hadjioannou, L; Hartingerova, J; Insacco, G; Katsanevakis, S; Kleitou, P; Korun, J; Lipej, L; Malegue, M; Michailidis, N; Tifoura, AM; Ovalis, P; Petovic, S; Piraino, S; Rizkalla, SI; Rousou, M; Savva, I; Sen, H; Spinelli, A; Vougioukalou, KG; Xharahi, E; Zava, B; Zenetos, A (2017)
  • Tackling the lionfish invasion in the Mediterranean. the EU-LIFE RELIONMED Project: progress and results 

    Kleitou, P; Hall-Spencer, J; Rees, S; Sfenthourakis, S; Demetriou, A; Chartosia, N; Jimenez, C; Hadjioannou, L; Petrou, A; Christodoulides, Y; Georgiou, A; Andreou, V; Antoniou, C; Savva, I; Kletou, D (SPA/RAC publicationTunisia, 2019-02-07)
    The lionfish invasion in the Western Atlantic has been characterised as one of the most ecologically harmful marine fish introductions to date; associated with habitat modifications, and severe impacts on native communities. ...
  • TARGETED REMOVALS OF INVASIVE SPECIES IN MARINE PROTECTED AREAS 

    Kleitou, P; Hall-Spencer, JASON; Rees, SIAN; Kletou, DEMETRIS; SAVVA, I; ANTONIOU, C; JIMENEZ, C; HADJIOANNOU, L; ANDREOU, V (2019-11-13)
  • They are here to stay: The biology and ecology of lionfish (Pterois miles ) in the Mediterranean Sea 

    Savva, I; Chartosia, N; Antoniou, C; Kleitou, P; Georgiou, A; Stern, N; Hadjioannou, L; Jimenez, C; Andreou, V; Hall-Spencer, JM; Kletou, D

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