Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)

8 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2447 Corbicula fluminea Competition Experimental Field In experiments, Corbicula reduced seston concentration resulting in competition for food... 9096
2658 Corbicula fluminea Competition Observational Field Corbicula fluminea appears to cause localized reduction of seston concentration and may... 9096
2664 Corbicula fluminea Competition Experimental Laboratory This study suggest that C. fluminea has the ability to alter nutrient cycling dynamics and... 28157
2676 Corbicula fluminea Competition Observational Field Unionid growth was adversely affected by the presence of Corbiculaas mussel growth rates... 23995
2677 Corbicula fluminea Competition Observational Field Corbicula can uproot burrowed native unionids. 33768
2680 Corbicula fluminea Competition Experimental N/A Depletion of energetic reserves of native mussels to cope with increasing global temperatures could... 33056
2681 Corbicula fluminea Competition Experimental Laboratory The results from this study indicate that native freshwater mussels might be also threatened by... 33125
2682 Corbicula fluminea Competition Experimental Laboratory The native unionid Unio delphinus,/em> exhibited lower growth, lower physiological condition... 31134

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/28/2022].

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