Anadara transversa((Say, 1822))


Details
Author:
(Say, 1822)
Ecofunctional Group:
Zoobenthos
Origin:
Atlantic W
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1972
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Desbruyeres et al., 1972: Spain
Invasive Characteristic:
Yes
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
shipping/fouling, ,
Establishement/Success:
invasive
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Synonyms
Anadara demiri (misidentification), Anadara sulcosa, Arca amygdalum (misidentification), Scapharca demiri (misidentification),
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Mollusca, Class : Bivalvia, Order : Arcoida, Family : Arcidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Greece Aegean Sea 1993 established East Mediterranean Zenetos, 1994
Croatia Adriatic 2008 established Adriatic Peharda et al., 2010
Italy Adriatic 2000 established Adriatic Rinaldi, 2001
Italy Ionian Sea 2007 established Central Mediterranean Crocetta et al., 2008
Italy Tyrrhenian 2005 casual West Mediterranean Crocetta et al., 2008
Slovenia Adriatic 2003 established Adriatic Crocetta, 2011
Tunisia unknown 2010 casual West Mediterranean Antit et al., 2011
Turkey Aegean Sea 1972 established East Mediterranean Demir, 1977

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Peharda, M., D. Ezgeta-Balic, N. Vrgoc, I. Isajl Ociv & D. Bogner. 2010. Description of bivalve community structure in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea - hydraulic dredge survey. Acta Adriat., 51(2): 141-158., ( ADRIHRVADR-L185 )
  • Rinaldi E., 2001. Segnalazioni faunistiche n.41. Anadara demiri (Piani, 1981). Quaderno di Studi e Notizie di Storia Naturale della Romagna, 14, pp127, ( ADRIITAADR-L189 )
  • Crocetta F., 2011. Marine alien Mollusca in the Gulf of Trieste and neighbouring areas: a critical review and state of knowledge (updated in 2011). Acta Adriatica, 52(2): 247 - 260, ( ADRISVNADR-L190 )
  • Crocetta F., Renda W. & Colamonaco G., 2008. New distributional and ecological data of some marine alien molluscs along the southern Italian coasts. Journal of Marine Biological Association of UK2. Biodiversity Records: 1-7, ( CMEDITAION-L187 )
  • Zenetos, A., 1994. Scapharca demiri (Piani, 1981): First finding in the North Aegean Sea. La Conchiglia, 271: 37-38., ( EMEDGRCAEG-L186 )
  • Demir M., 1977. On the presence of Arca (Scapharca) amygdalum Philippi, 1847 in the harbour of Izmir, Turkey. Istanbul Universitesi Fen Fakultesi Mecmuasi Ser. B, 42: 197-202, 1 pl., ( EMEDTURAEG-L192 )
  • Crocetta F., Renda W. & Colamonaco G., 2008. New distributional and ecological data of some marine alien molluscs along the southern Italian coasts. Journal of Marine Biological Association of UK2. Biodiversity Records: 1-7, ( WMEDITATYR-L188 )
  • Antit M, Gofas S., Salas C.& Azzouna A., 2011. One hundred years after Pinctada: an update on alien Mollusca in Tunisia. Medit. Mar. Sci., 12/1: 53-73, ( WMEDTUNUNK-L191 )