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Coughlan, N.E., E.M. Cunningham, R.N. Cuthbert, P.W.S. Joyce, P. Anastacio, F. Banha, N. Bonel, S.J. Bradbeer, E. Briski, V.L. Butitta, Z. Cadkova, J.T.A. Dick, K. Douda, L.E. Eagling, N. Ferreira-Rodriguez, L.A. Hunicken, M.L. Johansson, L. Kregting, A.M. Labecka, D.L. Li, F. Liquin, J. Marescaux, T.J. Morris, P. Nowakowska, M. Ozgo, E.M. Paolucci, M.A. Peribanez, N. Riccardi, E.R.C. Smith, M.J. Spear, G.T. Steffen, J.S. Tiemann, M. Urbanska, K. Van Doninck, M. Vastrade, G.Y.W. Vong, B. Wawrzyniak-Wydrowska, Z.Q. Xia, C. Zeng, A.B. Zhan, and F. Sylvester. 2021. Biometric conversion factors as a unifying platform for comparative assessment of invasive freshwater bivalves. Journal of Applied Ecology 58(9):1945-1956. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13941.
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Reference Number: 41146
Type: Journal Article
Author: Coughlan, N.E., E.M. Cunningham, R.N. Cuthbert, P.W.S. Joyce, P. Anastacio, F. Banha, N. Bonel, S.J. Bradbeer, E. Briski, V.L. Butitta, Z. Cadkova, J.T.A. Dick, K. Douda, L.E. Eagling, N. Ferreira-Rodriguez, L.A. Hunicken, M.L. Johansson, L. Kregting, A.M. Labecka, D.L. Li, F. Liquin, J. Marescaux, T.J. Morris, P. Nowakowska, M. Ozgo, E.M. Paolucci, M.A. Peribanez, N. Riccardi, E.R.C. Smith, M.J. Spear, G.T. Steffen, J.S. Tiemann, M. Urbanska, K. Van Doninck, M. Vastrade, G.Y.W. Vong, B. Wawrzyniak-Wydrowska, Z.Q. Xia, C. Zeng, A.B. Zhan, and F. Sylvester
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Biometric conversion factors as a unifying platform for comparative assessment of invasive freshwater bivalves
Journal Name: Journal of Applied Ecology
Volume: 58
Issue: 9
Pages: 1945-1956
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Keywords: Golden mussel, Limnoperna fortunei, Allometric relationships, Size measurements, Bivalves, Corbicula fluminea
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13941
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