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The article focuses on the effects of planktonic nonindigenous species on pelagic communities in the Baltic Sea that can be assessed using the basic principles of invasion biology, ecological physiology, trophic dynamics in food chains, and production hydrobiology. The ecosystem effects of nuisance unicellular species (the potentially toxic bloom-forming dinoflagellates Prorocentrum cordatum) and multicellular invaders (the carnivorous fishhook water flea Cercopagis pengoi) are reviewed anddoi:10.21685/1680-0826-2021-15-4-2 fatcat:o2dr6kyeuvfxjd6bob7cvibl5i