Selected Green Crab Publications:

de Rivera CE, Steves BP, Fofonoff PW, Hines AH, Ruiz GM (2011) Potential for high latitude marine invasions along western North America. Diversity and Distributions 17: 1198-1209

de Rivera CE, ED Grosholz , GM Ruiz. 2011. Multiple and long term impacts of an introduced marine predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 429:145-155.

de Rivera CE, GM Ruiz, NG Hitchcock, SA Teck, B Steves, AH Hines. 2007. Larval development rate predicts range expansion of an introduced crab. Marine Biology 150:1275-1288.

de Rivera CE, GM Ruiz, AH Hines, P Jivoff. 2005. Biotic resistance to invasion: native predator limits abundance and distribution of an introduced crab. Ecology 86:3364-3376

Hines, AT, GM Ruiz, HG Hitchcock, and CE de Rivera. 2004. Projecting Range Expansion of Invasive European Green Crabs (Carcinus maenas) to Alaska : Temperature and Salinity Tolerance of Larvae. Final Report to Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council.

Edited: Thresher, RE. 1997. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Demography, Impacts, and Management of Introduced Populations of the European Green Crab, Carcinus maenas. CSIRO Marine Laboratories, Hobart, Tasmania. CSIRO-CRIMP.

Geller, JB, W Walton, ED Grosholz, and GM Ruiz. 1997. Cryptic invasions of the crab Carcinus detected by molecular phylogeography. Molecular Ecology, 901-906.

Grosholz, ED and GM Ruiz. 1996. Predicting the impact of introduced species: lessons from the multiple invasions of the European green crab. Biological Conservation, 78: 59-66.

Grosholz, ED and GM Ruiz. 1995. Spread and potential impact of the recently introduced European green crab, Carcinus maenas, in central California. Marine Biology, 122: 239-247.