Migratory fish corridors compensate the fragmentation of natural waterways due to the presence of human obstacles such as dams, dykes and locks.
Aquaculture and floating marine litter have been identified as introduction pathways for invasive alien species in Europe.
The LIFE project STOPVESPA calls for beekeepers and citizens' help in monitoring the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) in Italy by creating traps from transparent PVC empty bottles. You can find instructions about how to make the trap here.
Data on invasive alien species must be up-to-date, reliable and accurate, standardized and openly accessible to serve the need of tackling biological invasions. Biodiversity data are often scattered in many disconnected databases lacking interoperability.
The black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) was first introduced to Europe from North America in the early 17th century and has become part of our cultural and ecological landscape.