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Alteration of Wetland Habitat by Two Exotic Invertebrates

  • Author(s): Levin, Lisa A.
  • et al.
Abstract

Although California’s wetlands are known to be vulnerable to exotic invasions, few studies have sought to evaluate, in detail, the ecological consequences of non-native species.The purpose of this study was to examine closely the effects of the mat-forming Asian mussel (Musculista senhousia) and the burrowing Australian isopod (Sphaeroma quoyanum) on natural and re-created marshlands and tidal flats in Mission Bay in San Diego, San Diego Bay, and San Francisco Bay.

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