New ‘highly invasive species’ reaches UK

A highly invasive freshwater crustacean from North America has been found in Cumbria and Wolverhampton, according to researchers at the University of Derby

View of lake in the Lake District. Photograph: Michael Charles/123RF
Evidence of Crangonyx floridanus has been found in the Lake District and Wolverhampton

A highly invasive freshwater crustacean from North America has been found in Cumbria and Wolverhampton, according to researchers at the University of Derby.

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