Overleeft Corbicula strenge Winters in Nederland?
Correspondentieblad NMV , Volume 296 - Issue 1 p. 62- 63
The recently invaded clam Corbicula fluminea survived the exceptionally severe winter of 1995-1996, when the river Rhine near Wageningen (Province of Gelderland), was for a relatively long period of time completely frozen over. The large numbers found suggest that they had not reinvaded the site during 1996 from warmer habitats upstreams. In January 1997, after a period of severe frost lasting for more than a week, live animals were collected from water of barely more than 0°C, showing that the animals can survive these conditions in situ.
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A.J. de Winter. (1997). Overleeft Corbicula strenge Winters in Nederland?. Correspondentieblad NMV, 296(1), 62–63.
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