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The American razorshell (Bivalvia, Pharidae) in the Oosterschelde and Grevelingen
Verkuil, J. (2004). The American razorshell (Bivalvia, Pharidae) in the Oosterschelde and Grevelingen, in: New data on Dutch marine Mollusca. Vita Malacologica, 2: pp. 47-48, plate 14
In: (2004). New data on Dutch marine Mollusca. Vita Malacologica, 2. Dutch Malacological Society = Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging: Leiden. 72 pp., more
In: Vita Malacologica. Dutch Malacological Society = Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging: Leiden. ISSN 1572-6371, more
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  • Verkuil, J. (2004). The American razorshell (Bivalvia, Pharidae) in the Oosterschelde and Grevelingen. Vita Malacologica 2: 47-48, plate 14, more

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Keywords
    Distribution; Introduced species; Invasive species; Bivalvia [WoRMS]; Ensis americanus (Gould, 1870) [WoRMS]; Pharidae H. Adams & A. Adams, 1856 [WoRMS]; ANE, Netherlands, Grevelingen L. [Marine Regions]; ANE, Netherlands, Oosterschelde [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • Verkuil, J.

Abstract
    The occurrence of Ensis americanus in the Oosterschelde and the Grevelingen is reported. This species invaded this inshore part of The Netherlands while it was already very common along the Dutch coast.

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