Herrmann, A., Schnabler, A. & Martens, A. (2018). Phenology of overland dispersal in the invasive crayfish Faxonius immunis (Hagen) at the Upper Rhine River area, Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, 2018(419), 30.
Abstract The non-indigenous crayfish Faxonius immunis (Hagen) is the dominant crayfish species at the
Upper Rhine River system since his detection in 1993. As an invasive alien species, it is one of the biggest
threats to aquatic biodiversity in the area. By dispersing over land, the species has a high potential to
colonize small ponds created for threatened amphibians and dragonflies. Shortly after invasion, the fast
growing population of F. immunis is changing the habitat drastically. In June 2016,