Asian shore crabs invading america
Hemigrapsus sanguineus , the Asian shore crab, has rapidly replaced Carcinus maenas , the green crab, as the most abundant crab on rocky shores in the northwest Atlantic since its introduction to the United States USA in The northern edge of this progressing invasion is the Gulf of Maine, where Asian shore crabs are only abundant in the south. We compared H. We found that the range of H.
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Japanese Shore Crabs Invade Penobscot Bay, Maine -- ScienceDaily
Hemigrapsus sanguineus. Often found in dense aggregations under rocks. Common on artificial mussel beds and oyster reefs. Description: Adults are small, about an inch and a half in shell width.
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The invasive Asian shore crab, Hemigrapsus sanguineus , is a particularly successful invasive decapod crustacean species which is now found in estuaries and open coasts in areas along the western North Atlantic and western Europe, displacing resident species Lohrer et al. Salinity is of particular importance in the marine environment to delineate biotic zones in estuaries. Organisms differ along a broad spectrum in their abilities to handle salinity changes, with fishes and macroinvertebrates including crabs proposed to inhabit five or six biotic salinity zones Bulger et al. Salinity tolerance could therefore be used in the management of resources in the context of locational risk for invasion by a particular species. Salinity tolerance and preference is clearly important in determining invasiveness to intertidal zones in estuaries, particularly in decapods, and sheds light on potential areas they can invade successfully.
The Asian shore crab, Hemigrapsus sanguineus , a native of the western Pacific Ocean from Russia to Hong Kong and the Japanese archipelago, is also known as Japanese shore crab and Pacific crab. Atlantic coast is unknown, but it is theorized that adults or larvae were introduced via ballast water discharge from international shipping. This shore crab has a square-shaped shell with 3 spines on each side of the carapace.
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