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adopting a list of invasive alien species of Union concern pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1143/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Official Journal of the European Union , L 189/4, 14 July 2016. 29. Ficetola G. F., Coïc C., Detaint M., Berroneau M., Lorvelec O. and Miaud C., 2007a – Pattern of distribution of the American bullfrog Rana catesbeiana in Europe, Biological Invasions , 9, 767-772. 30. Ficetola G. F., Rödder D. and Padoa-Schioppa E., 2012 ‒ Trachemys scripta (Slider terrapin), in Handbook of global freshwater invasive species, in Francis R

, General Field Procedures and Diseases of Birds, Biological Resources Division, 223-228. 8. Constán-Nava S., 2012 – Ecología de la especie invasora Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle: bases para su control y erradicación en espacios naturales protegidos, PhD Thesis summary, Spain: University of Alicante, , 4-148. (in Spanish) 9. Daisie (ed.), 2009 – Handbook of Alien Species in Europe, Invading Nature: Springer Series in Invasion Ecology, Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 133-265. 10. Daleo P., Alberti J. and Iribarne O

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The African cluster bug Agonoscelis puberula Stål, 1854 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae: Pentatominae: Agonoscelidini), an Afrotropical stink bug previously introduced to the New World, is recorded from Cuba for the first time. The specimen was collected in 1978 and represents the oldest record in America, suggesting the possibility of its introduction during the engagement of Cuban troops in conflicts in tropical Africa during the Cold War, most probably from Angola. Complete bibliography of the papers citing A. puberula, its distribution, host plants and status of name-bearing types are reviewed. Additional records of A. puberula from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia (new record) are provided.

thermophilic and xerothermic bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes)? Apidologie, 45 (2): 145–155. B anaszak -C ibicka W., Ż mihorski M. 2012. Wild bees along an urban gradient: winners & losers. Journal of Insect Conservation, 16 (3): 331–343. B artomeus I., V ilŕ M., S antamaría L. 2008. Contrasting effects of invasive plants in plant-pollinator networks. Oecologia, 155 (4): 761–70. B ax N., W illiamson A., A guero M., G onzalea E., G eeves W. 2003. Marine invasive alien species: a threat to global biodiversity. Marine Policy, 27 (4): 313–323. B ock


First records of invasive bivalve freshwater mollusc species Mytilopsis leucophaeata (Conrad, 1831) and Corbicula fluminalis (O. F. Müller, 1774) in Georgia are reported. No native or alien extant dreissenid species have ever been recorded form this region so far. A finding of C. fluminalis in Georgia is also a new record for the country though this species inhabits the rivers of adjacent Azerbaijan. Apart from two mentioned bivalve molluscs three non-indigenous gastropod species are registered from Georgia: freshwater Ferrisia californica (Rowell, 1863) and Physella acuta (Draparnaud, 1805) and land snail Eobania vermiculata (O. F. Müller, 1774).