Topical groups of mollusks in the lakes of Bol’shoy Solovetskiy Island (Solovetskiy Archipelago, White Sea, Northwestern Russian)

@article{Bespalaya2009TopicalGO,
  title={Topical groups of mollusks in the lakes of Bol’shoy Solovetskiy Island (Solovetskiy Archipelago, White Sea, Northwestern Russian)},
  author={Yu. V. Bespalaya and I. Bolotov and N. A. Zubry},
  journal={Inland Water Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={2},
  pages={177-186}
}
  • Yu. V. Bespalaya, I. Bolotov, N. A. Zubry
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Inland Water Biology
  • Topical groups of mollusks were studied in 13 lakes of Bol’shoy Solovetsky Island. A total of 20 species and 14 genera of mollusks were found. Five classes of mollusk topical groups may be defined with a higher probability. These groups include 12 to 19 species. All these species inhabit the littoral zone at depths of up to 3.2 m. No mollusks were found within the lakes’ deepwater zone (maximal depths of 10–30 m and silty grounds). A specific set of one to three dominant species is a… CONTINUE READING
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