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It became established in Hong Kong in and in Japan and Taiwan in the s. In , it invaded America throu It has several invasive characteristics such as gregariousness, rapid growth, short life span; it has a planktonic larval stage, and great adaptive and reproductive capacity. It modifies the presence and abundance of native macro invertebrate fauna, fish diets, and their high filtration rates cause environmental impact, changing ecological conditions in the areas colonized. It causes great economic damage to water intakes and cooling systems. L imnoperna fortunei has been cited under a variety of names Morton, ; Ricciardi,

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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book summarizes all currently available information on the ecology, environmental impacts and control methods of the golden mussel in industrial plants. The golden mussel was introduced in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and South America between and , swiftly spreading in freshwater waterbodies.

In most areas invaded it has become the dominant macroinverebrate and a major fouling pest of industrial plants. Limnoperna fortunei attaches to any hard surface, as well as to some less firm substrates. The growth of Limnoperna populations in raw cooling water conduits became a common nuisance in many industrial and power plants that use raw river or lake water for their processes, both in South America and in Asia.

Only valid for books with an ebook version. Springer Reference Works are not included. JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Life Sciences Ecology. Sheds light on the latest information on the ecology, environmental impacts and control methods of Limnoperna fortunei in industrial plants Critically reviews information on these control methods tested with the golden mussel Equips readers with topics such as larval development, population dynamics, distribution and colonization Focuses on various strategies for control of the golden mussel see more benefits.

Buy eBook. Buy Hardcover. Buy Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this book This book summarizes all currently available information on the ecology, environmental impacts and control methods of the golden mussel in industrial plants. Show all. Parasites of Limnoperna fortunei Pages Baba, Takashi et al. Pages Uliano-Silva, Marcela et al. Show next xx. Recommended for you. PAGE 1.

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Limnoperna Fortunei

In Japan, minimum temperature in a reservoir with mussels was 4. Consumes a variety of phytoplankton and zooplankton Rojas Molina et al. Adults do well despite low food availability Oliveira et al. Limnoperna fortunei negatively effects burrowing invertebrates and unionids Karatayev et al.

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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book summarizes all currently available information on the ecology, environmental impacts and control methods of the golden mussel in industrial plants. The golden mussel was introduced in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and South America between and , swiftly spreading in freshwater waterbodies. In most areas invaded it has become the dominant macroinverebrate and a major fouling pest of industrial plants. Limnoperna fortunei attaches to any hard surface, as well as to some less firm substrates.

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