Taxa-specific before-after (BA) effects for (a) Guldborgsund and (b) Stege Bugt (with 95% credibility intervals). Positive or negative effects (on taxa counts per sample) that do not overlap zero are interpreted as showing a change in abundance following the arrival of round gobies. Mean densities per square meter (± s.d.) in samples before and after invasion are also shown for each taxon group. Taxa groupings are arranged by class/phylum groupings by: (from top to bottom) class Bivalvia, class Gastropoda, class Malacostraca, class Polychaeta, class Insecta, phylum Nemertea, class Clitellata, class Bryozoa. Note: Orbiniidae were not detected at Stege Bugt, so were not included in analysis for that site.

  Part of: van Deurs M, Moran NP, Schreiber Plet-Hansen K, Dinesen GE, Azour F, Carl H, Møller PR, Behrens JW (2021) Impacts of the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) on benthic invertebrate fauna: a case study from the Baltic Sea. NeoBiota 68: 19-30.