Primera cita del caracol exótico Helisoma duryi (Wetherby, 1879), (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) en Marruecos

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https://doi.org/10.3989/graellsia.2023.v79.362

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Especies exóticas invasoras, comercio de especies de acuario, hábitats dulceacuícolas, norte de África, Planorbidae

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El molusco exótico Helisoma duryi es un popular caracol ornamental de agua dulce que se utiliza para controlar las microalgas en los acuarios. Ahora se presenta como una especie introducida en hábitats acuáticos de Europa, África y América del Sur. Presentamos el primer hallazgo de una población aclimatada de H. duryi en Marruecos y el norte de África. A pesar de ubicarse en una única localidad de las más de 100 muestreadas por nosotros, las investigaciones en curso podrían revelar pronto más citas de la especie en el país y el resto del continente. Se deben establecer políticas y procedimientos estrictos de aplicación de la ley en el comercio de especies acuáticas como medida preventiva para preservar la biodiversidad nativa.

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2023-05-16

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Fouzi Taybi A, Glöer P, Mabrouki‍ Y. Primera cita del caracol exótico Helisoma duryi (Wetherby, 1879), (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) en Marruecos. Graellsia [Internet]. 16 de mayo de 2023 [citado 26 de mayo de 2024];79(1):e181. Disponible en: https://graellsia.revistas.csic.es/index.php/graellsia/article/view/726

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