3 years ago

Mediterranean versus Atlantic monk parakeets Myiopsitta monachus: Towards differentiated management at the European scale

Jose-Luis Postigo, Diederik Strubbe, Emiliano Mori, Leonardo Ancillotto, Inés Carneiro, Panagiotis Latsoudis, Mattia Menchetti, Liviu G. Pârâu, Dave Parrott, Luís Reino, Anne Weiserbs, Juan Carlos Senar



The monk parakeet Myiopsitta monachus (Boddaert), native to South America is an invasive species in several European countries, causing crop damage and potential negative impacts on wildlife. Only Spain and Great Britain have regulations to control monk parakeets, thus fast growth and spread of populations are likely to occur on a wide scale. Aims of this research are to update the information on the distribution and population size of monk parakeets in Europe, to assess whether differences in population growth or spread rate exist between populations and to provide recommendations to decision makers.

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