Biological invasion modifies the coexistence patterns of aquatic insects along a stress gradient

José Antonio Carbonell, Josefa Velasco, Andrés Millán, Andy J. Green, Cristina Coccia, Simone Guareschi and Cayetano Gutiérrez-Cánovas Biological invasions are one of the most important causes of biodiversity loss and ecosystem change worldwide, and especially affect aquatic habitats. However, it is still unclear how biological invasions may interact with local abiotic stressors, which are expected…

Co-existence with non-native brook trout breaks down the integration of phenotypic traits in brown trout parr

Libor Závorka, Barbara Koeck, Julien Cucherousset, Jeroen Brijs, Joacim Näslund, David Aldvén, Johan Höjesjö, Ian A. Fleming, Jörgen I. Johnsson Humans have introduced a variety of species outside their native ranges. Some of these species establish in the new environment successfully and can subsequently change the ecosystem. However, some of the effects of invaders are…