Beyer, K., Kochanowska, D., Longshaw, M., Feist, S. W. and Gozlan, R. E., 2005. A Potential Role for Invasive Sunbleak in the Further Dissemination of a Non-Native Parasite. Journal of Fish Biology, 67 (6), pp. 1730-1733.
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Since its first introduction to English waters in the mid 1980s, sunbleak Leucaspius delineatus has spread widely and it is shown in the present study that this non-native cyprinid is a new host for Neoergasilus japonicus. This copepod parasite from South East Asia has a limited host range and distribution in the U.K. Rapid dispersal of sunbleak in the U.K. raises concerns for further dispersal of this introduced parasite.
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