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Die amerikanische Schwertmuschel Ensis directus (Conrad) in der Deutschen Bucht: I. Zoogeographie und Taxonomie im Vergleich mit den einheimischen Schwertmuschel-Arten = The american jackknife clam Ensis directus (Conrad) in the German Bight: I. Zoogeography and taxonomy in comparison with the native jackknife and razor clams
Von Cosel, R.; Dörjes, J.; Mühlenhardt-Siegel, U. (1982). Die amerikanische Schwertmuschel Ensis directus (Conrad) in der Deutschen Bucht: I. Zoogeographie und Taxonomie im Vergleich mit den einheimischen Schwertmuschel-Arten = The american jackknife clam Ensis directus (Conrad) in the German Bight: I. Zoogeography and taxonomy in comparison with the native jackknife and razor clams. Senckenb. Marit. 14(3-4): 147-173
In: Senckenbergiana Maritima: wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen der Senckenbergischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft. E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung (Nägele u. Obermiller): Stuttgart. ISSN 0080-889X, more
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Keywords
    Introduced species; Ensis directus (Conrad, 1843) [WoRMS]; ANE, Germany, German Bight [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • Von Cosel, R.
  • Dörjes, J.
  • Mühlenhardt-Siegel, U.

Abstract
    Ensis directus was probably introduced to the German coast in the first half of 1978 as free swimming larvae with ballast water. During the following years it spread out along the coast and is now, together with the native razor clam, an integrated part of the German marine molluscan fauna.

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