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Fibrocapsa japonica

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Fibrocapsa [genus] (1/1)
japonica [soort]

Exotenpaspoort ?

Reële kans op vestiging? Ja
Betrouwbaarheid beoordeling Grote mate van zekerheid (meerdere bronnen)
Vestigingsstatus Gevestigd
Zeldzaamheid Algemeen
Invasiviteit Potentieel invasief
Invasiviteit (toelichting) Fibrocapsa japonica was originally described from Japanese waters. It was introduced in Europe in the early nineties, where it was first recorded from France (October 1991) and then from the German Bight (August 1992) (Hoppenrath et al., 2009). In Dutch waters, the species was commonly found between 2004 and 2009 in the North Sea, Wadden Sea, Oosterschelde, Westerschelde and Grevelingen.
Type introductie Niet opzettelijk
Jaar van eerste introductie 1991
Jaar van eerste melding 1991
Natuurlijke verspreiding Onbekend
Verspreiding in Nederland
  • Friesland
  • Groningen
  • Noord-Holland
  • Verspreiding in Nederland (toelichting) All along the Dutch coastline
    Habitats
  • Mariene habitats
  • Estuaria en brakwatergebieden
  • Wijze van introductie
  • Ballastwater schip/boot
  • Onderling verbonden waterwegen/bassins/zeeën
  • Impact Toxisch
    Ecologische impact (toelichting) Some populations of Fibrocapsa japonica have found to cause mortalities in fish populations (Khan et al., 1996). This is also confirmed by strains collected in the North Sea that were capable to produce toxins that killed fish in tank studies (Hargraves & Maranda 2002). F. japonica produces the toxin PUFA (polyunsaturated fatty acids) (Boer et al., 2004).
    Economische impact (toelichting) Some populations of Fibrocapsa japonica have found to cause mortalities in fish populations (Khan et al., 1996). This is also confirmed by strains collected in the North Sea that were capable to produce toxins that killed fish in tank studies (Hargraves & Maranda 2002). F. japonica produces the toxin PUFA (polyunsaturated fatty acids) (Boer et al., 2004).

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