Perna canaliculus

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Perna canaliculus
Taxinomia
Regnum: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Classis: Bivalvia
Subclassis: Pteriomorphia
Ordo: Mytiloida
Familia: Mytilidae
Genus: Perna
Species: P. canaliculus
Binomen
Perna canaliculus
Gmelin, 1791

Perna canaliculus (Anglice: New Zealand mussel, greenshell mussel, kuku, kutai) est species marinorum molluscorum bivalvium familae Mytilidarum. Ei est maximum momentum ut species in Nova Zelandia culta.

Distributio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Perna canaliculus est in Nova Zelandia endemicus.[1] Eius distributio geographica per omnia civitatis litora extenditur.[2] Animal sub zona inter aestus plerumque habitat, sed eius distributio zonam ipsam comprehendere potest.[3] Id variis generibus phytoplanktone vescitur. In aquis Australianis pestis introductum est.[4]

Aquacultura[recensere | fontem recensere]

Species pro aquacultura in Nova Zelandia culta nomine tabulato Greenshell venditur.[5] Industria aquaculturae Nova-Zelandica plus quam 140 000 tonnes? per annum producit, aestimatione anno 2009 plus quam NZ$250 milliones.[6][7][8][9]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 6. Aquaculture New Zealand (2010) New Zealand aquaculture farm facts, http://www.aquaculture.org.nz/aquaculture-in-nz/industry-overview/overview/, Website accessed 30/08/2010.
  2. Smita Apte and Bastiaan Star and Jonathan P. A. Gardner (2003). "A Comparison Of Genetic Diversity Between Cultured And Wild Populations, And A Test For Genetic Introgression In The New Zealand Greenshell Mussel Perna canaliculus (Gmelin 1791)". Aquaculture 219 (1--4): 193–220 
  3. Morton, John; Charles Michael Miller (1973). The New Zealand Sea Shore. Auckland, New Zealand: Collins. pp. 653 
  4. Susan L. Williams and Edwin D. Grosholz (2008). "The Invasive Species Challenge in Estuarine and Coastal Environments: Marrying Management and Science". Estuaries and Coasts 31 (1): 3–20 
  5. Aquaculture New Zealand (2010) New Zealand aquaculture farm facts, http://www.aquaculture.org.nz/aquaculture-in-nz/industry-overview/overview/, Website accessed 30/08/2010.
  6. Aquaculture New Zealand (2010) New Zealand aquaculture farm facts, http://www.aquaculture.org.nz/aquaculture-in-nz/industry-overview/overview/, Website accessed 30/08/2010.
  7. A. Jeffs, (2003) Assessment of the potential for mussel aquaculture in Northland. NIWA client report AKL2003-057, NIWZ project ENT03101: 1-15.
  8. A. G. Carton, A. G. Jeffs, G. Foote, H. Palmer, J. Bilton (2007), Evaluation of methods for assessing the retention of seed mussels (Perna canaliculus) prior to seeding for grow-out, Aquaculture 262: 521-527.
  9. A. C. Alfaro, B. McArdle, et A. G. Jeffs (2010), Temporal patterns of arrival of beachcast green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) spat harvested for aquaculture in New Zealand and its relationship with hydrodynamic and meteorological conditions, Aquaculture 302: 208-218.


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