Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(basket clam)
Mollusks-Bivalves
Exotic

8 results for Corbicula fluminea (basket clam)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2696 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Observational Field Corbicula fluminea appears to cause localized reduction of seston concentration and may... 9096
5465 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Observational Field Corbicula invasion was followed successively by a tripling of water clarity, resurgence of... 23988
5487 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Anecdotal N/A Notes that flatworms, including Dugesia tigrina, are known to consume young clams and were observed... 12216
5488 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Anecdotal N/A Sheeshead drum (Aplodinotus grunniens) may benefit from consumption of Corbicula 12216
5489 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Anecdotal N/A Common Map turtle and muskrat are noted as predators on clams that may be impacted (positive or... 12216
7378 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Anecdotal N/A Corbicula fluminea can deplete algal abundance in large water bodies, negatively impacting... 42291
7379 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Observational Field In the Meuse River in northwest Europe, the filter feeding of Corbicula fluminea caused a... 42291
9677 Corbicula fluminea Food Web Observational Field Dense aggregates of Corbicula fluminea can reduce suspended particles from the water... 32411

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