Investigating freshwater fish introductions in French Guiana revealed the presence of 11 non-native species. Four are established and one is rapidly increasing its spatial range. Five other species are known from few specimens, but belong to highly invasive species, making those first occurrences an early warning for potential establishment and spread.
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