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The invasive potential of the freshwater snail Radix rubiginosa recently introduced into South Africa.

@inproceedings{Nadasan2013TheIP,
  title={The invasive potential of the freshwater snail Radix rubiginosa recently introduced into South Africa.},
  author={D. S. Nadasan},
  year={2013}
}
  • D. S. Nadasan
  • Published 2013
  • Biology
  • ________________________________________________________________________ Invasions of ecosystems by exotic species are increasing and they may often act as a significant driver of the homogenization of the Earth’s biota, resulting in global biodiversity loss. Moreover, the addition of exotic species may have dramatic effects on ecosystem structure and functioning which may result in the extirpation of indigenous species. In 2004, a large population of an unknown lymnaeid was found in the… CONTINUE READING
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