A map of the Pannonian and Mediterranean regions of Croatia representing the two risk assessment areas for the screening of non-native aquatic plants (see Table I) B geographical distribution of the climate types in Croatia (according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification system): Csa = warm-temperate with dry and hot summer; Csb = warm-temperate with dry and warm summer; Cfa = warm-temperate, fully humid, hot summer; Cfb = warm-temperate, fully humid, warm summer; Df = boreal humid.

  Part of: Piria M, Radočaj T, Vilizzi L, Britvec M (2022) Climate change may exacerbate the risk of invasiveness of non-native aquatic plants: the case of the Pannonian and Mediterranean regions of Croatia. In: Giannetto D, Piria M, Tarkan AS, Zięba G (Eds) Recent advancements in the risk screening of freshwater and terrestrial non-native species. NeoBiota 76: 25-52. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.76.83320