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Corophium curvispinum (Amphipoda) recorded again in the British Isles
Moon, H.P. (1970). Corophium curvispinum (Amphipoda) recorded again in the British Isles. Nature (Lond.) 226(5249): 976-976.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836; e-ISSN 1476-4687, more
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  • Moon, H.P.

    Corophium curvispinum Sars. (Amphipoda: Ccrophidae) is a tubicolous crustacean which is spreading through the freshwaters of Europe, but has only been recorded twice before in the British Isles—once in the River Avon at Tewkesbury in 1935 (thirteen specimens), and at Stourport on Severn in 1962 (personal communication from R. W. Ingle) (sixteen specimens). In 1960, Corophium could not be found again at Tewkesbury.

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