Long-term monitoring of Gastropoda (Mollusca) fauna in planted mangroves in central Vietnam

  title={Long-term monitoring of Gastropoda (Mollusca) fauna in planted mangroves in central Vietnam},
  author={Sofya S. Zvonareva and Yuri I. Kantor and Xinzheng Li and Temir Britayev},
  journal={Zoological Studies},
BackgroundThe aim of the research was to study the gastropod assemblage associated with a planted mangrove consisting of Rhizophora apiculata in Dam Bay (Tre Island, Nha Trang Bay, central Vietnam. [] Key Result This is comparable or even higher than in other areas of South-East Asia. In planted mangroves, R. apiculata trees were planted in mid (in 2004) and lower (2007) intertidal zones.
Checklist of bivalve molluscs in mangroves of Khánh Hòa Province, Vietnam
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  • R. A. Islamy, V. Hasan
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Biodiversitas Journal of Biological Diversity
  • 2020
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