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On the presence of the Indo-Pacific bivalve Chama pacifica in the eastern Mediterranean (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Chamidae)
Mienis, H.K.; Galili, E.; Rapoport, J. (1993). On the presence of the Indo-Pacific bivalve Chama pacifica in the eastern Mediterranean (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Chamidae). Gloria Maris 32(2): 13-18
In: Gloria Maris. Belgische Vereniging voor Conchyliologie: Deurne. ISSN 0778-4767, more
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  • Mienis, H.K.
  • Galili, E.
  • Rapoport, J.

Abstract
    The recent discovery of at least three thriving populations of Chama pacifica Broderip, 1834 in the Eastern Mediterranean off Israel, means a confirmation of the presence of this Lessepsian migrant in the Mediterranean Sea some 88 years after its first recording from off Alexandria, Egypt. Mediterranean specimens, the biotope, and the epibionts and predators are described or enumerated.

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