Literature on Monocorophium sextonae

Literature on Monocorophium sextonae Crawford, 1937 and Cheliorophium curvispinum (G.O. Sars, 1895)

Bachmann, V., Cegielka, E., Wagner, P., Usseglio-Polatera, P. and Moreteau, J.-C. 1995. Installation de l'amphipode Corophium curvispinum et de la palourde asiatique Corbicula sp. dans partie française de la Meselle. Hydroécologie Appliquée 7(1-2): 185-190.

Brattegard, T. and Holthe, T. 1997. Distribution of marine, benthic macro-organisms in Norway. Utredning for Direktoratet for naturforvaltning, Trondheim, 380 pp.

Costello, M.J. 1993. Biogeography of alien amphipods occurring in Ireland, and interactions with native species. Proceedings of the First European Crustacean Conference, 1992. Crustaceana 65(3): 287-299.

Främmande arter 2006. Corophium curvispinum. Fact sheet. Available at: (last accessed on 23. Feb. 2015).

Främmande arter 2006. Monocorophium sextonae. Fact sheet. Available at: (last accessed on 23. Feb. 2015).

Goulletquer, P., Bachelet, G., Sauriau, P.G. and Noel, P. 2002. Open Atlantic coast of Europe – a century of introduced species into French waters. In: Invasive aquatic species of Europe. Distribution, impacts and management (eds. E. Leppäkoski, S. Gollasch and S. Olenin), pp. 276-290. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Guerra-Garcia, J.M. and Garcia-Gómez, J.C. 2009. Recolonization of macrofauna in unpolluted sands in a polluted harbour : A field approach using experimental trays. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 81: 49-58.

Hartog, C. den, van den Brink, F.W.B. and vander Velde, G. 1992. Why was the invasion of the river Rhine by Corophium curvispinum and Corbicula species so successful? Journal of Natural History 26(6): 1121-1129.

Herkül. K. and Kotta, J. 2007. New records of the amphipods Chelicorophium curvispinum, Gammarus tigrinus, G. duebeni, and G. lacustris in the Estonian coastal sea. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, Biology and Ecology 56(4): 290-296.

Hurley, D.E. 1954. Studies on the New Zealand amphipodan fauna. No. 7. The family Corophiidae, including a new species of Paracorophium. Transactions of the Royan Society of New Zealand 82(2): 431-460.

Jażdżewski, K. and Konopacka, A. 2000. Immigration history and present distribution of alien crustaceans in Polish waters. In: The biodiversity crisis and Crustacea (eds. I.C. von Vaupel Klein and F.R. Schram). Crustacean Issues 12: 55-64.

Kerckhof, F., Haelters, J. and Golasch, S. 2007. Alien species in the marine and brackisch ecosystem: the situation in Belgian waters. Aquatic Invasions 2(3): 243-257.

Kotta, J., Herkül. K., Kotta, I. and Orav-Kotta, H. 2006. Invasion history and distribution of the key benthic alien invertebrate species in the Estonian coastal sea. In: Alien invasive species in the north-eastern Baltic Sea: population dynamics and ecological impacts (eds. H. Ojaveer and J. Kotta), pp. 12-17. Estonian Marine Institute Report Series No. 14, Tallinn.

Magni, P., Micheletti, S., Casu, D., Floris, A., De Falco, G. and Castelli, A. 2004. Macrofaunal community structure and distribution in a muddy coastal lagoon. Chemistry and Ecology 20(S1): 397-409.

Moon, H.P. 1970. Corophium curvispinum (Amphipoda) recorded again in the British Isles. Nature 226: 976.

Moore, P.G. 1980. Corophium sextonae in Scottish waters. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 60: 1075.

Nehring, S. and Leuchs, H. 1999. Neozoa (Makrozoobenthos) an der deutschen Nordseeküste – Eine Übersicht. Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde, Koblenz, Bericht BfG-1200, 131pp.

Platvoet, D. and Pinkster, S. 1995. Changes in the amphipod fauna (Crustacea) of the Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt estuary due to the 'Delta Plan' coastal engineering works. Netherlands Journal of Aquatic Ecology 29(1): 5-30.

Ponti, M., Abbiati, M. and Ceccherelli, V.U. 2002. Drilling platforms as artificial reefs: distribution of macrobenthis assemblages of the "Paguro" wreck (northern Adriatic Sea). ICES Journal of Marine Science 59: S316-S323.

Taylor, P.M. and Harris, R.R. 1986. Osmoregulation in Corophium curvispinum (Crustacea: Amphipoda), a recent coloniser of freshwater. I. Sodium ion regulation. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology 156(3): 323-329.

Van den Brink, F.W.B., van der Velde, G. and bij de Vaate, A. 1993. Ecological aspects, explosive range extension and impact of a mass invader, Corophium curvispinum Sars, 1895 (Crustacea: Amphipoda), in the Lower Rhine (The Netherlands). Oecologia 93: 224-232.

Wolff, W.J. 2005. Non-indigenous marine and estuarine species in The Netherlands. Zoologische Mededelingen 79(1): 1-116.