Molecular Detection of Xenostrobus securis and Mytillus Galloprovincialis Larvae in Galician Coast (Spain)

@article{Santaclara2007MolecularDO,
  title={Molecular Detection of Xenostrobus securis and Mytillus Galloprovincialis Larvae in Galician Coast (Spain)},
  author={F. Santaclara and M. Espi{\~n}eira and J. Vieites},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={722-732}
}
The mussel species Xenostrobus securis from New Zealand was detected in the Spanish coast recently, in the mouth of the Verdugo River into the Vigo Ria. In view of the great importance of the farm mussel sector in this region, the presence of this alien species greatly concerned producers and administration authorities, because of its potential medium- or long-term effects on the autochthonous species, Mytilus galloprovincialis, an important marine resource widely exploited in this location… Expand
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