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Title: Annotated checklist of freshwater molluscs from the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia
Authors: Ting Hui Ng
Ekgachai Jeratthitikul
Chirasak Sutcharit
Samol Chhuoy
Kakada Pin
Arthit Pholyotha
Warut Siriwut
Ruttapon Srisonchai
Zeb S. Hogan
Peng Bun Ngor
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Chulalongkorn University
Khon Kaen University
Mahidol University
University of Nevada, Reno
Wonders of the Mekong Project
Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute (IFReDI), Fisheries Administration (FiA)
Keywords: Agricultural and Biological Sciences
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Citation: ZooKeys. Vol.2020, No.958 (2020), 107-141
Abstract: © Ting Hui Ng et al. The Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia is a crucial freshwater biodiversity hotspot and supports one of the world’s largest inland fisheries. Within the Tonle Sap basin, freshwater molluscs provide vital ecosystem services and are among the fauna targetted for commercial harvesting. Despite their importance, freshwater molluscs of the Tonle Sap basin remain poorly studied. The historical literature was reviewed and at least 153 species of freshwater molluscs have been previously recorded from throughout Cambodia, including 33 from the Tonle Sap basin. Surveys of the Tonle Sap Lake and surrounding watershed were also conducted and found 31 species, 15 bivalves (five families) and 16 gastropods (eight families), in the Tonle Sap basin, including three new records for Cambodia (Scaphula minuta, Novaculina siamensis, Wattebledia siamensis), the presence of globally invasive Pomacea maculata and potential pest species like Limnoperna fortunei. This study represents the most comprehensive documentation of freshwater molluscs of the Tonle Sap basin, and voucher specimens deposited at the Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, Cambodia, represent the first known reference collection of freshwater molluscs in the country. In order to combat the combined anthropogenic pressures, including invasive species, climate change and dams along the Mekong River, a multi-pronged approach is urgently required to study the biodiversity, ecology, ecosystem functioning of freshwater molluscs and other aquatic fauna in the Tonle Sap basin.
URI: http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/58926
metadata.dc.identifier.url: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=85090260045&origin=inward
ISSN: 13132970
13132989
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