Limnoperna fortunei Versus Dreissena polymorpha: Population Densities and Benthic Community Impacts of Two Invasive Freshwater Bivalves

@inproceedings{Karatayev2010LimnopernaFV,
  title={Limnoperna fortunei Versus Dreissena polymorpha: Population Densities and Benthic Community Impacts of Two Invasive Freshwater Bivalves},
  author={A. Karatayev and L. Burlakova and V. Karatayev and D. Boltovskoy},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT In this study, for the first time, using similar methods, we compared the population density and distribution across different substrate types of Limnoperna fortunei and Dreissena polymorpha, as well as their impacts on the composition of benthic communities. Data on L. fortunei were obtained in Rio Tercero Reservoir, Argentina, whereas studies on D. polymorpha were conducted in North America and Europe. We found that, similar to the zebra mussel, L. fortunei creates high densities… Expand
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