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- Lago-Barcia, Domingo; Fernández-Álvarez, Fernando Ángel; Brusa, Francisco; Rojo, Iñaki; Damborenea, Cristina; Negrete, Lisandro; Grande, Cristina; Noreña, Carolina
- Biological invasions 2019 v.21 no.2 pp. 289-302
- Geoplanidae; biodiversity; biogeography; ecological invasion; globalization; haplotypes; mitochondria; risk; soil fauna; Argentina; Brazil; Iberian Peninsula; Portugal; Spain
- ... Among other factors, globalization has promoted the spread of alien organisms, posing a great risk to Earth’s biodiversity. Land planarians of the family Geoplanidae especially benefit from human-mediated transport. Many species become established in new areas, where they represent threats to the native soil fauna. Obama nungara is a species described from Brazil, but with many well-established po ...