Preliminary Programme (pdf)

Presentations

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NEOBIOTA 2020 – 11th International Conference on Biological invasions 

Vodice – Croatia, 15-18.9.2020.

(Programme V.2)

OVERVIEW

MONDAY (14.9.)

TUESDAY (15.9.)

WEDNESDAY (16.9.)

THURSDAY (17.9.)

FRIDAY (18.9.)

08:00

Registration

08:30

Registration

Registration

Excursions

09:00

Conference opening

09:00

Keynote lecture #3

Heinke Jager

Keynote lecture #5

Michael Pocock

09:30

Keynote lecture #1

Franck Courchamp

09:45

Session #4 – Invasive species in a changing environment

Session #8 – Citizen science, social media, and novel technologies for invasion science

10:15

Coffee Break

10:30

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

10:45

Session #1 – Impacts of biological invaders: from facts to perception and back

11:00

Session #5 – Invasive species in a changing environment

Session #9 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales

12:45

Lunch Break

12:45

Lunch Break

Lunch Break

14:00

Keynote lecture #2

Jonathan Jeschke

14:00

Keynote lecture #4

Bethany Bradley

Session #10 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales

14:45

Session #2 – Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

14:45

Session #6 – Management of invasive species from decision makers to practitioners: lost in translation or on the right track?

16:00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

16:00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

Coffee Break & Poster Session

16:00 

Registration

16:45

Session #3 – Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

16:45

Session #7 – Management of invasive species from decision makers to practitioners: lost in translation or on the right track?

Session #11 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales & Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

19:00

Welcome Cocktail

19:00

19:00

Conference Dinner

Conference closing

DETAILED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME BY DAYS

TUESDAY 15.9.

08:00

Registration

09:00

Conference opening

09:30

Franck Courchamp

Keynote lecture #1

The massive economic costs of biological invasions worldwide

10:15

Coffee Break

Session #1 – Impacts of biological invaders: from facts to perception and back

10:45

Guillaume Latombe

A framework for conceptualising moral values in conservation

11:00

Lara Volery

Adding risk of impacts to IUCN EICAT assessments improves prioritization of alien ungulates

11:15

Bruce Osborne

Negative, neutral and positive impacts of Gunnera tinctoria invasions

11:30

Anna Probert

Understanding uncertainty in S/EICAT impact assessments

11:45

Monica McCard

Pushing the switch: functional responses and prey switching by invasive lionfish may mediate ecological impact

12:00

Rubén Bernardo-Madrid

Environmental and socio-economic impacts of Pomacea spp.and Callinectes sapidus: A predator-prey interaction in the Ebro Delta (Spain)

12:15

Giovanni Vimercati

Introducing EBCAT, a proposed framework to classify environmental benefits of alien taxa

12:30

Elena Granda

Impact of non-native tree species on functional diversity of riparian ecosystems

12:45

Mukesh Kumar

Lantana camara and Ageratina adenophora invasion augments the soil characteristics and microbial biomass of chir pine forests in central Himalaya, India

13:00

Lunch Break

14:15

Jonathan Jeschke

Keynote lecture #2

Towards an open and interactive atlas of invasion biology

Session #2 – Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

15:00

Minoarivelo Henintsoa Onivola

Mutualism impedes community assembly and creates empty niches for invasion

15:15

Quentin Groom

Integrating species interactions into risk assessment

15:30

Wolf-Christian Saul

Fynbos ant communities after Acacia saligna invasion and vegetation restoration

15:45

Florencia Yannelli

Better to be naïve: Native plant community eco-evolutionary experience rather than soil conditions better explain invasion success of Senecio inaequidens in Northern Italy

16:00

Liubov Yanygina

Why do European mollusks successfully invade Siberian water bodies?

16:15

Coffee Break & Poster Session

Session #3 – Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

17:00

Diana Marciulyniene

Fungal biodiversity associated with healthy and diseased ash (Fraxinus excelsior): focus on alien invasive pathogen Hymenoscyphus fraxineus

17:15

Vasiliki Balogianni

Poor competitor but successful plant invader: how does Gunnera tinctoria do it?

17:30

Margherita Gioria

Seed persistence in the soil promotes naturalization and invasiveness in seed plants

17:45

Ana Novoa

Islands of fertility promote the invasion of Opuntia stricta in Kruger National Park

18:00

Maud Bernard-Verdier

Are plants adapting to novel urban ecosystems? Plant trait differentiation in response to neophyte abundance and urbanisation

18:15

Jan Pergl

Alien and native plants: is there an interaction between aboveground dominants and soil attributes?

18:30

Martin Hejda

Is the impact of invasive plants related to the traits of invaded community or to the trait distances between native species and the invader?

18:45

Mirjana Šipek

Impact of forest edge characteristics on alien plant species diversity in lowland forest fragments

WEDNESDAY (16.9.)

08:30

Registration

09:00

Heinke Jager

Keynote lecture #3

Humans changing the trajectory of evolution in the Galapagos Islands

Session #4 – Invasive species in a changing environment

09:45

Helen Roy

Predictions to inform decision-making on invasive alien species: global perspectives from expert-elicitation, spread modelling and beyond

10:00

Philip Hulme

The Epidemiological Framework for Biological Invasions (EFBI): a unified foundation for the assessment of biosecurity threats

10:15

Michelle Cleary

Converging threats to European ash: Is an invasional meltdown imminent?

10:30

Coffee Break

Session #5 – Invasive species in a changing environment

11:00

Jennifer Bufford

Dispersal limitation, rather than local adaptation and abiotic constraints, explains range limits 150 years post-introduction for an herbaceous perennial invader

11:15

Montserrat Vilà Planella

Understanding the combined impacts of weeds and climate change on crops

11:30

Yves P. Klinger

Landscape structure affects the spatio-temporal distribution of the invasive legume L. polyphyllus.

11:45

Bernd Lenzner

The option space of future alien species impacts: an expert based assessment

12:00

Honza Čuda

Immortal reed: regeneration from stem and rhizome fragments

12:15

Jane Molofsky

Demographic transitions and population growth in two invasive knapweed species in North America

12:30

Yan Sun

Rapid evolution of a plant invader in response to biological control and global warming

12:45

Lunch Break

14:00

Bethany Bradley

Keynote lecture #4

Translating Science into Practice and Practice into Science – Northeast RISCC Management Network

Session #6 – Management of invasive species from decision makers to practitioners: lost in translation or on the right track?

14:45

Llewellyn Foxcroft

Alien plants in Kruger National Park: assessing future trends as a basis for management interventions

15:00

Spyridon Flevaris

European Union policy on invasive alien species: lessons learned and new developments

15:15

Fenouillas Pauline

A research-action partnership to prioritise invasive alien plants clearing on La Réunion Island

15:30

Kostas Tsiamis

The first EU-scale Horizon Scanning exercise on marine invasive species

15:45

Heinz Müller-Schärer

Fighting neobiota with neobiota: why we should do it

16:00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

Session #7 – Management of invasive species from decision makers to practitioners: lost in translation or on the right track?

16:45

Thomas Bodey

Consequences of Individual Variation in Invasive Predator Behaviour for Conservation Management

17:00

Sonia Vanderhoeven

Mobilizing evidence to improve IAS decision-making: the Belgian TrIAS workflow

17:15

Sonja Rozman

Management of the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta) in Slovenia

17:30

Elise Buisson

Plant community recovery after Carpobrotus (iceplant) removal – results of a 10-year project

17:45

Giuseppe Antonio Domenico Brundu

Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent and mitigate invasion risk

18:00

Kevin Smith

Sharing decision-making support tools to tackle biological invasions in Europe

19:00

Conference Dinner

THURSDAY (17.9.)

08:30

Registration

09:00

Michael Pocock

Keynote lecture #5

The role of citizen science as a tool for early detection, monitoring, and managing impacts of invasive species

Session #8 – Citizen science, social media, and novel technologies for invasion science

09:45

Tim Adriaens

Citizen science for invasive alien species: a preliminary analysis for Europe

10:00

Simone Lioy

Management of the invasive hornet Vespa velutina in Italy: from surveillance to early warning and control strategies

10:15

Niki Chartosia

RELIONMED LIFE project and IUCN-MedMIS: Citizen scientists help to monitor the lionfish distribution and abundance.

10:30

Coffee Break

Session #9 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales

11:00

Franz Essl

Range-expanding species that track human-induced environmental change: native or not?

11:15

Desika Moodley

Alien vascular plants in protected areas of the world – patterns of distribution and species richness

11:30

Ross Shackleton

What drives the differences in Robinia pseudoacacia invasions between neighbouring countries in central Europe?

11:45

Phillip Haubrock

Two centuries for an almost complete native to non-native community turnover in a riverine ecosystem.

12:00

Arlie McCarthy

Hotspots for marine invasive species in Antarctica identified using a network-based risk index

12:15

Marija Milanovic

Changes in functional diversity of native and alien urban flora over three centuries

12:30

Hanno Seebens

Improving science and collaboration through standardising data and workflows in invasion ecology

12:45

Lunch Break

Session #10 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales

14:00

Petr Pyšek

MAcroecological Framework for Invasive Aliens (MAFIA): disentangling large-scale context-dependence in biological invasions

14:15

Anna Schertler

The “Global Database of Alien Pathogenic Fungi”

14:30

Ingolf Kühn

The functional composition of the neophytic flora changes in response to environmental conditions along a rural-urban gradient

14:45

Marina Golivets

A macroecological view on functional trait distribution of native and alien plants under future environmental change in Central Europe

15:00

Thomas Evans

Quantifying the global threat to native birds from predation by alien birds on small islands

15:15

Fiona Rickowski

Nesting behaviour shifts in common eider populations of western Iceland as a response to the invasive American mink

15:30

Marc Riera

Impact of introduction pathways on the spread and geographical distribution of alien species: implications for preventive management in Mediterranean ecosystems

15:45

Ross Cuthbert

Salinity and geographic origin mediate global alien amphipod invasions

16:00

Coffee Break & Poster Session

Session #11 – Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales & Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

16:30

Panayotis Dimopoulos

Exploring the environmental drivers of alien plant diversity patterns in Greece

16:45

Marta López Darias

Highlighting the severe impacts of invasive ophidians on islands: 20 years of an invasive snake in one of the most biodiverse European archipelagos

17:00

Claudia Nogueira Tavares

Tracing the colonization process of non-native gobies into a large river – The relevance of different dispersal modes

17:15

Olga Dmitrieva

Interannual and seasonal changes in planktonic communities in the Vistula Lagoon (Baltic Sea) after invasion Rangia cuneata (G.B. Sowerby I, 1832)

17:30

Jonatan Rodríguez

Biogeographical variation in plant defence and performance of Carpobrotus edulis against generalist and specialist herbivores

17:45

Julie Braschi

Removal of invasive iceplant Carpobrotus on a Mediterranean island: 10-year monitoring results on the beetle and spider assemblage dynamics

18:00

Jaco Le Roux

The contribution of phenotypic traits, their plasticity and rapid evolution to invasion success: insights from an extraordinary natural experiment in Eastern Africa

18:15

Cristina Maguas

When fire does not stop symbiosis: Acacia longifolia and its partners

18:30

Conference closing

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

All Posters will be displayed throughout whole Conference

Impacts of biological invaders: from facts to perception and back

1

Rumen Tomov

Current distribution of alien crop pests (Insecta) detected during the period 2016-2019 in Bulgaria

2

Konstantinos Tsirintanis

The impact of native and alien herbivores on the invasion of the chlorophyte Caulerpa cylindracea Sonder

3

Olena Miskova

Invasive species of the Seymskiy Regional Landscape Park (Ukraine)

4

Margherita Gioria

Regeneration potential of coastal and riparian communities invaded by large herbaceous plant species

5

Vasiliki Balogianni

Contrasting effects of two major herbaceous invasive species on community and ecosystem processes

6

Georgi Kavtaradze

Invasive woody species and their potential environmental impact on natural riparian and lowland forests of Eastern Georgia (case study of the Gardabani managed reserve)

7

Jan Borgelt

Considering impacts of invasive alien species in the framework of Life Cycle Assessment

Invaders in biological communities and ecological networks: species interactions, food chains and beyond

8

Andrea Budiša

Microbial response to the presence of invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the coastal waters of the northern Adriatic

9

Jan Divíšek

Functional trait differences between native and alien plant species in local communities of different habitat types

10

Mihajlo Stankovic

Allochthonous species in flora and fauna with invasivity assessment in SNR Zasavica

11

Eva Horvat

Studying invasive plants in their native habitats improves understanding of their invasiveness: Alliaria petiolata and Glechoma hederacea as case studies

12

Anna Semenova

The influence invasive species Сercopagis pengoi and Evadne anonyx on zooplankton community in south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea

13

Niki Chartosia

Feeding habits of the alien Parupeneus forsskali (Fourmanoir & Guézé, 1976) (Actinopterygii, Mullidae) from Cyprus

14

Niki Chartosia

Diet composition of the lionfish Pterois miles (J. W. Bennett, 1828) (Scorpaeniformes: Scorpaenidae) in the sea of Cyprus

15

Molesengn Moshobane

Risk analysis for co-introduced parasite Camallanus cotti in South Africa

16

Damjana Levacic

Consistent CSR strategy of daisy fleabane Erigeron annuus (L.) Pers. despite its high morphological variability – a case study from Zagreb and Medvednica Mt., Croatia

17

Nina Sajna

When a non-native herbivore finds a non-native host

18

Mirela Uzelac

Tree of Heaven leaf extract: A new generation of bioherbicides

19

Lenka Moravcova

Soil seed-bank dynamics of the closely related alien and native species

20

Hana Skálova

Transient effect of competitors of performance of Ambrosia artemisiifolia

21

Marina Piria

Feeding habits of predatory thermophilic fish species from recently extended distributional range in northeast Adriatic Sea, Croatia

22

Elena Tricarico

Combining heavy metal and stable isotope analysis to disentangle contaminant transfer in a freshwater community dominated by alien species

23

Kathrin Holenstein

Permeability of Protected Areas to Non-Native Species

24

Renata Custerevska

New alien species for the flora of the Republic of North Macedonia: Rubus laciniatus Willd.

25

Olja Vidjak

Spreading of non-indigenous Indo-Pacific copepod Pseudodiaptomus marinus Sato, 1913 in eastern Adriatic coastal and transitional waters

26

Paulina Anastasiu

An updated inventory of neophytes reported for Romania

Invasive species in a changing environment

27

Moleseng Raseala

Abandoned homesteads as sources of alien plant invasions

28

María Bernardos Hernández

Road: an oasis for opportunistic species in an arid environment

29

Maria Galkina

Molecular evidence for absence of Bidens connata in Eastern Europe

30

Roser Rotchés-Ribalta

Environmental filtering of alien plant invasion in metropolitan forests. The role of vertebrate dispersion

31

Barbara Tokarska-Guzik

Comparing populations of Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Ukraine and Poland depending on local habitat conditions

32

Michael Glaser

WeedClim: Identifying Emerging Weeds

33

Mirjana Šipek

Factors driving invasion of alien Prunus serotina Her., Duchesnea indica (Andrews) Th.Wolf and Impatiens parviflora DC. into lowland forest fragments in NE Slovenia

34

Martin Vojík

Two faces of a park: the source of invasions and habitats for threatened native plants

35

Cristina Maguas

Using invasive species biomass for post-fire recovery: Reuse, Regenerate and Reforest

36

Robert T. Hanczaruk

Do the landscape metrics explain the invasion level in urban river valley? Case study on plant invasions from southern Poland

37

Robert T. Hanczaruk

Escapes from allotment gardens – the threat for urban rivers vegetation? Case study from the Kłodnica valley (southern Poland)

38

Klára Pyšková

Early stages of the common myna (Acridotheres tristis) invasion in Kruger National Park

39

Martina Kadlecová

Cytological variability and seed germination of hybrid Fallopia ×bohemica in Europe

40

Anna Semenova

Invasive species of planktonic communities of the Vistula Lagoon of the Baltic Sea

41

Elena Tricarico

The invasion of Cyprus water bodies by the red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii): a pressure exerted to fragile aquatic bodies

42

Karol Marhold

Cardamine occulta – recently recognized but colonizing almost all continents

43

Lado Basilidze

Distribution Pattern of Invasive Alien Woody Species in Protected Areas of Eastern Georgia (South Caucasus)

44

Leona Lovrenčić

What is the future of native freshwater crayfish in Croatia?

45

Aleksandr Egorov

Taxonomic composition of alien flora of northern West Siberia (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region, Russia)

46

Ante Zunec

First record of polychaete Nereis funchalensis (Langerhans, 1980) in the Adriatic sea

47

Quadri Anibaba

Native and Introduced Species Abundance Differ Across Growth Habit and Land – use Types in Central Nigeria

Management of invasive species from decision makers to practitioners: lost in translation or on the right track?

48

Yan Sun

Recent advances in predicting impact of a biological control agent

49

Eike Vunk

All or nothing – Estonias experience in Heracleum IAS eradication

50

Marjaana Hassani

Utilizing wasteland and roadside grasses – A risk of spreading invasive plant species?

51

Magdalena Szymura

How to create grassland valuable for livestock production on the site invaded by Solidago species?

52

Tim Adriaens

Power to the people, break down the silo: an open checklist recipe to create GRIIS Belgium

53

Tim Adriaens

A pipeline for feeding headline indicators on the state of invasions and to prioritize emerging alien species

54

Amy Davis

Open occurrence data for IAS risk mapping in Belgium

55

Uwe Starfinger

International Year of Plant Health – of interest for invasion science?

56

Michael Bald

Biosecurity: the true cost of failure and landscape mis-management.

57

Katarzyna Bzdęga

Geostatistical modelling for invasive plant species distribution mapping and visualisation using spatio-temporal data

58

Sarah Descamps

The sterile triploid method for population control of aquatic invasive fauna: pilot project on American bullfrog in Flanders, Belgium.

59

Valentina La Morgia

ALIENS, an Italian network to share experiences and solutions

60

Barbara Tokarska-Guzik

Identifying and assessing pathways of unintentional introduction and spread of invasive alien species – a case study for Poland

61

Luka Basrek

Preserving Sava River Basin Habitats through Transnational Management of Invasive Alien Species – Sava TIES project, Interreg Danube Transnational Programme

62

Florian Ruland

Managing invaded food webs: a case study from Iceland on different ethical perspectives of key stakeholders

63

Tomáš Görner

Invasive alien species of Union Concern in the Czech Republic

64

Gemma Martinez Laiz

Scientific collaboration for early detection of hidden-invaders: lessons from Stenothoe georgiana Bynum & Fox 1977

65

Arnaud Albert

National management strategies of widespread IAP of EU concern in France

66

Kateřina Berchová

Geoinformation portal for invasive species GEOPINS

67

Kateřina Knotková

Fighting plant invasions by native parasitic plants?

68

Johan van Valkenburg

Pennisetum setaceum or Pennisetum advena cultivars, what ornamental do we have in our garden.

69

Michelle Cleary

Cryptic Risks to Forest Biosecurity Associated with the Global Movement of Commercial Tree Seed

70

Petra Kutlesa

Project: Establishment of the National Monitoring System for Invasive Alien Species (KK.06.5.1.01.0001)

71

Carrie Brown-Lima

Engaging researchers and practitioners to identify knowledge gaps and address invasive species challenges

72

Jodey Peyton

Expert-elicitation approaches to horizon scanning for Invasive Alien Species: assessing new arrivals over time to inform predictions.

73

Sonja Rozman

Promising results of manual eradication of kudzu (Pueraria montana var. lobata) in Slovenia

74

Biljana Panjković

IAS mapping and monitoring in Sava River Basin – a harmonized transnational platform for successful IAS management

Citizen science, social media, and novel technologies for invasion science

75

Viola Jani

Biological surveillance of Aedes albopictus (Skuse 1895, Diptera: Culicidae) eggs in Albania during 2017

76

Reda Iršėnaitė

Monitoring of potentially invasive macrofungi – novel versus traditional methods

77

Tomos Jones

Ornamental plants: our future invaders?

78

Erika Mioni

“First record of the invasive crab Percnon gibbesi (H. Milne Edwards, 1853) at Pianosa Island: the second goal reached by the innovative Marine Citizen Science Literacy Project “PERCORSI NEL BLU” (“BLUE PATHS”)

79

Erika Mioni

Is Citizen Science a valid tool for monitoring alien species in Marine Protected Areas?

80

Rumen Tomov

The current state of citizen science for invasive alien species in Bulgaria

81

Michael Bald

Solarizing and Heat Treatments

82

Sofie Meeus

Improving community knowledge of invasive plants in Belgium

83

Arlie McCarthy

‘Polar Alien Hunters’ – a new educational biosecurity campaign to protect Antarctic biodiversity

84

Cristina Preda

Citizen science contribution to the inventory of alien birds in Belgium

85

Iolanda Rocha

The Bioblitz as a tool for engaging scientists and the public in invasive species monitoring

86

Jirislav Skuhrovec

The European ladybird App: a new tool for Citizen Science

Biogeography and macroecology of invaders across spatial and temporal scales

87

Marina Orlova-Bienkowskaja

Six-legged invaders coming from the east! Agrilus planipennis and five other alien beetle pest species entering Europe through European Russia

88

Charly Géron

Alien plants on a city trip: Urban invaders originate from warmer native ranges

89

Jean-Francois Maillard

Distribution and genetic diversity of Raccoon (Procyon lotor) in France

90

Valeriy Tokhtar

Global transport infrastructures and regional plant invasions

91

Jan Pergl

From West to East and back again: Trans-Siberian Railway as a continental pathway of plant invasions

92

Josef Kutlvašr

Pathways of alien plants within Central Europe: spread and persistence of unintentionally introduced aliens

93

Veronika Kalusová

Phylogenetic relatedness of alien plants depends on their donor habitats

94

Gemma Martinez Laiz

Genetic variation of the invader Caprella scaura: introduction events and 7-year monitoring at local scale

95

Jaco Le Roux

Genetic insights into the globally invasive and taxonomically problematic tree genus Prosopis

96

Pavel Pipek

Lasting the distance: The survival of alien birds shipped to New Zealand in the 19th century

97

Julien Piquet

Contributing to understand the influence of climate change on biological invasions: the case of the invasive California kingsnake in the canary islands

98

Angela Bartlett

Role of introduction bias on plants introduced to Australia over-time.

99

Teodora Trichkova

JDS4 monitoring of invasive alien species in the Bulgarian sector of the Danube River using standard and citizen science technologies

100

Teodora Trichkova

First record of Pectinatella magnifica (Leidy, 1851) in the Bulgarian shoreline zone of the Danube River

101

Ana Dobrović

The effect of crayfish plague pathogen infection on growth of juvenile marbled crayfish Procambarus virginalis (Lyko, 2017)

102

Paula Dragičević

Changes in the immune response during range expansion of the invasive signal crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus

103

Katarína Skokanová

Expanding distribution of Solidago ×niederederi in Europe

104

Lara Volery

Understanding temporal trends in alien species’ impacts

105

Jose Postigo

Disentangling the mechanism behind the invasive monk parakeet crop damage using a long term diet study. What if the risk is much higher than calibrated?

106

Ante Žuljević

In situ experiment confirmed a hypothesis that sea currents are the main spreading vector of marine alga Caulerpa cylindracea

107

Petra Lučić

Spreading of marine red alga Lophocladia lallemandii in the Adriatic Sea

108

Borja Maestresalas

Morphological changes during an invasion event: the California kingsnake (Lampropeltis californiae) in Gran Canaria island

109

Jerzy Romanowski

Alien ladybirds Coccinellidae from Canary Islands

110

Gerhard Karrer 

Eastward spread of the ragweed leaf beetle Ophraella communa towards the Pannonian plain and the Balkans

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