Limnoperna supoti Brandt, Modiola cambodgensis Clessin, Modiola lacustris Martens, Volsella fortunei Dunker, Taxonomic Notes. Limnoperna fortunei (or golden mussel) is an epifaunal mytilid, native to Chinese and south-eastern Asian rivers and creeks. It became. Limnoperna depressa Brandt & Temcharoen, Subspecies Limnoperna fortunei kikuchii Habe, accepted as Xenostrobus securis.
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Limnoperna fortunei forhunei very similar to Xenostrobus securis. Limnoperna is typically yellowish in colour it is commonly known as the golden musselwhile Xenostrobus is typically brown to black.
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Also, young specimens of X. Xenostrobus securis has been referred to Limnoperna by several authors, however this relationship requires further investigation. A rank within the hierarchy of taxonomic classification. It is the main category place between phylum or division and order. A rank within a hierarchy of classification, the principal category between class and family. A rank within the hierarchy of taxonomic classification, the principal category between an order and genus.
A group of organisms, minerals or other entities formally recognized as distinct from other groups. Also a taxon of the rank of species in the hierarchy of biological classification the category below genus.
The basic unit of biological classification, the lowest principal category of zoological classification. Volsella fortunei Dunker, Limnoperna fortunei is a filter feeder found in Water with a salinity in between fresh water and seawater.
The sediment, surface or medium to which an organism is attached or upon which it grows, substratum. Limnoperna fortunei is an limnopernw Water with a salinity in between fresh water and seawater. This A group of organisms, minerals or other entities formally recognized as distinct from other groups.
The invasive bivalves Dreissena polymorpha and Limnoperna fortunei: Journal of Shellfish Research The colonization of Hong Kong’s raw water supply system by Limnoperna fortunei Limmnoperna Class of molluscs characterised by having two articulated valves. Global range expansion of the Asian mussel Limnoperna fortunei Mytilidae: Limnoperna fortunei Dunker, Limnoperna fortunei adult size up to 45 mm. Kansai Shizenhogo Kiko