Invasion ecology of quagga mussels (Dreissena  rostriformis  bugensis): a review of evolutionary and phylogenetic impacts

@article{Orlova2005InvasionEO,
  title={Invasion ecology of quagga mussels (Dreissena  rostriformis  bugensis): a review of evolutionary and phylogenetic impacts},
  author={Marina I. Orlova and Thomas W. Therriault and Pavel I. Antonov and Gregory Kh. Shcherbina},
  journal={Aquatic Ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={401-418}
}
Two invasive freshwater mussels, Dreissena  rostriformis  bugensis (quagga mussel) and D. polymorpha (zebra mussel), reveal differences in patterns and timing of their invasions in Europe. They belong to different clades in Dreissena phylogenetics: D. rostriformis  bugensis genetically is coupled with the brackish water, lacustrine D. r. distincta and the two are believed to represent a single species. As such, the guaqqa mussel has environmental requirements that differ from the congeneric D… CONTINUE READING
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