The widespread colonization of Anodonta woodiana in inland waters in many European countries may be attributed to the introduction of some non-indigenous fish. In Italian waterswas first reported in 1999 in the Emilia-Romagna region. A 24-month investigation was performed on reproduction of A. woodiana in a canal near the city of Modena (Emilia-Romagna).From November to the end of August gonads of both males and females reach maturity, which peaks (in both males and females) between January and March. Female outer demibranchs incubate ripe glochidia from June to August.We could see the presence of glochidia in five of the seven fish species captured.

Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Unionidae),a non-indigenous species wide-spread in Italy: Comparisonof the biological cycle in native countries (far east)and in Italy (Modena canals) / Lodde, A. PALMERINI E.; Sala, Luigi; Castagnolo, L.. - STAMPA. - 23:(2005), pp. 70-70. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IV International Congress of the European Malacological Societies (abstracts). tenutosi a Napoli nel 10-14 Ottobre 2005.

Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Unionidae),a non-indigenous species wide-spread in Italy: Comparisonof the biological cycle in native countries (far east)and in Italy (Modena canals)

SALA, Luigi;
2005

Abstract

The widespread colonization of Anodonta woodiana in inland waters in many European countries may be attributed to the introduction of some non-indigenous fish. In Italian waterswas first reported in 1999 in the Emilia-Romagna region. A 24-month investigation was performed on reproduction of A. woodiana in a canal near the city of Modena (Emilia-Romagna).From November to the end of August gonads of both males and females reach maturity, which peaks (in both males and females) between January and March. Female outer demibranchs incubate ripe glochidia from June to August.We could see the presence of glochidia in five of the seven fish species captured.
IV International Congress of the European Malacological Societies (abstracts).
Napoli
10-14 Ottobre 2005
23
70
70
Lodde, A. PALMERINI E.; Sala, Luigi; Castagnolo, L.
Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Unionidae),a non-indigenous species wide-spread in Italy: Comparisonof the biological cycle in native countries (far east)and in Italy (Modena canals) / Lodde, A. PALMERINI E.; Sala, Luigi; Castagnolo, L.. - STAMPA. - 23:(2005), pp. 70-70. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IV International Congress of the European Malacological Societies (abstracts). tenutosi a Napoli nel 10-14 Ottobre 2005.
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