Limnoperna supoti Brandt, Modiola cambodgensis Clessin, Modiola lacustris Martens, Volsella fortunei Dunker, Taxonomic Notes. Limnoperna fortunei (or golden mussel) is an epifaunal mytilid, native to Chinese and south-eastern Asian rivers and creeks. It became. Limnoperna depressa Brandt & Temcharoen, Subspecies Limnoperna fortunei kikuchii Habe, accepted as Xenostrobus securis.

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Zanella and Marenda, ; Darrigran and Mansur, Journal of Shellfish Research. This method promises to become an important way to monitor the expansion of L.

Gustavo Darrigran, an expert from Argentina, states that stopping the spread of the golden mussel in the natural environment is impossible but it can be decelerated.

Darrigran G, Damborenea C, Darrigran Pastorino, ; Mansur et al.

The expected ecological negative effects will be mainly over the biodiversity of native species with endemic characteristics clams Unionida and several gastropod taxaalso causing changes in the trophic webs due to modifications in planktonic communities. Rio de Janeiro,Rio de Janeiro. Genetic comparative study of Limnoperna fortunei Bivalvia: Title Fouling on aquatic plants. Air exposure as a control mechanism for the “golden mussel” Limnoperna fortunei Dunker, Bivalvia, Mytilidae.

Diagnostic features

The earliest record of Limnoperna fortune Dunker from Japan. Relative to human impacts: Limnoperna fortune kikuchii Habe Bivalvia: The recovery of fouling clam, Limnoperna fortunei from Taiwan. Limnoperna fortunei Dunker is forfunei mytilid invasive species of the Plata Basin, native from freshwater systems of China, Southeast Asia. Scarabino discussed the potential impact on the gastropods Potamolithus, Pomella, Felipponea, Chilina and Ancylidae and the bivalve genus Eupera. These authors suggest three steps toward predicting invasions: Kruk for the suggestions and English translations of P.


The results show that characteristics of morphology and isozymes fortunri specimens collected from mainland China were similar to those from Japan rather than to those from Argentina.

A catalogue of molluscs of Wakayama Prefecture, the Province of Kii. Filtration rates of the invasive pest Limnoperna fortunei as a function of size and temperature. Biological Invasions, 8 1: Water enters the mussel’s mantle cavity through the limnopernna aperture, and after describing a series of movements during which suspended particles are filtered out and either ingested, digested in the gut, and the fortynei remains egested as feces, or discarded as pseudofeces, is expelled through the exhalant siphon.

Limnoperna fortunei (golden mussel)

Its eurioic status allows a quick and effective distribution in water bodies. The shell attaches to hard substrates by byssal threads, forming beds of closely packed animals. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page L. The shells of adult L. Identifying potential marine pests- a deductive approach applied to Australia Hayes, K. Ezcurra de Drago, M. Trocophore is the first planktonic fortunej hours.


WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Limnoperna fortunei (Dunker, )

Journal of Limnology AoP. Since the introduction of L. Then the larvae settle as plantigrade mussels and attach to the substrate as juveniles.

A rank within a hierarchy of classification, the principal category between class and family. In relation to native fish species, this bivalve is a new element in the diet, constituting the main food item. Martin S, Darrigran G, Intrusion of the freshwater mytilid mussel, Limnoperna fortunei Dunker,into Japan.

Update and prediction of golden mussel Limnoperna fortunei: In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Bivalvia, Scaphopoda and Cephalopoda. Mytilidae distribution in the main hydrographical basins of Uruguay: Vigliano P, Darrigran G, Macroinvertebrates associated with Limnoperna fortunei Dunker Bivalvia: On the other hand, Conde et al.

First recordof Limnoperna fortunei Dunker Bivalvia: