Latest Gammaridea Stories
In a novel study, a University of Oklahoma researcher and collaborators found a common bioindicator, Hyalella azteca, used to test the toxicity of water or sediment was resistant to insecticides used in agricultural areas of central California. The study is the first to demonstrate that the indicator species may adapt to polluted conditions of a habitat and become an entirely unreliable source of information about ecosystem health. Gary Wellborn, professor of biology in the OU College of...
Pensoft Publishers A shrimp from America has been invading Europe's rivers and lakes for several decades, but something seems to be preventing this colonist from becoming numerous and problematic, like so many other invaders - such as the Californian grey squirrel and American crayfish. Could the resident European shrimp have something to do with this? Jaimie Dick and his colleagues mapped the occurrence of the interloper and found it only existed where native shrimp were absent or...
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