European freshwater continental invasion corridors after Bij de Vaate et al. 2002 (orange – Southern, red – Central, blue – Northern corridor) and history of invasion of D. haemobaphes. Shading shows the presumed native area, years denote the first reports of D. haemobaphes at the respective sites (indicated by arrows). Black dots indicate sampling sites used in this study.

  Part of: Jażdżewska AM, Rewicz T, Mamos T, Wattier R, Bącela-Spychalska K, Grabowski M (2020) Cryptic diversity and mtDNA phylogeography of the invasive demon shrimp, Dikerogammarus haemobaphes (Eichwald, 1841), in Europe. NeoBiota 57: 53-86.