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Table 3 Casual NIS of polychaetes in the Iberian Peninsula

From: Non-indigenous species (NIS) of polychaetes (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts of the Iberian Peninsula: an annotated checklist

Taxa NOR Stage in the invasion process Native origin Pathway References
PT SUD ESAL LEBA
Capitellidae         
Leiochrides australis Augener, 1914      C1 Warm Western Pacific BW [81 a]
Neopseudocapitella brasiliensis Rullier & Amoureux, 1979     C1 C1 Warm Western Atlantic Uk [170, 187 a]
Fauveliopsidae         
Fauveliopsis glabra (Hartman, 1960)     C1   Warm Eastern Pacific Aq [112 a]
Lumbrineridae         
Lumbrineris crassicephala (Hartman, 1965)   C1     Warm Western Atlantic Uk [168 a]
Maldanidae         
Metasychis gotoi (Izuka, 1902) C1 C1   C1 C1 Warm Western Pacific Uk [68, 70, 170, 188 a]
Polynoidae         
Lepidonotus carinulatus (Grube, 1870)     C1   Tropical Indo-West Pacific Aq [189 a]
Sabellidae         
Euchone incolor Hartman, 1965 C1 C1     Warm Western Atlantic Uk [69, 188 a]
Spionidae         
Prionospio aluta Maciolek, 1985   C1     Cold-Temperate Western North Atlantic Uk [168 a]
Spiophanes wigleyi Pettibone, 1962 C1      Cold-Temperate Eastern North Pacific Uk [188 a]
Syllidae         
Erinaceusyllis serratosetosa (Hartmann-Schröder, 1982)      C1 Tropical Indo-West Pacific Uk [122 a]
Syllis pectinans Haswell, 1920 C1    C1 C1  Tropical Indo-West Pacific Uk [73 a, 190, 191 a]
  1. Atlantic demarcations: NOR, PT, SUD; Mediterranean demarcations: ESAL, LEB. Abbreviattions for demarcations as in Fig. 1; stages in the invasion process as in Table 1
  2. Pathway: Aq aquaculture; BW ship ballast water; Uk unknown
  3. aIndicates that voucher location and/or complete description of the material is provided in the report