Literature on Crassostrea gigas and other oysters

Literature on Crassostrea gigas and other oysters

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Andrews, J. 1980. A review of introductions of exotic oysters and biological planning for new importations. Marine Fisheries Review 42: 1-11.

Bachelet, G., Blanchet, H., Cottet, M., Dang, C., de Montaudouin, X., de Moura Queirós, A., Gouillieux, B. and Lavesque, N. 2009. A round-the-world tour almost completed : first records of the invasive mussel Musculista senhousia in the Nort-east Atlantic (southern Bay of Biscay). JMBA2 – Biodiversity Records 6385, 5pp.

Batista, F.M., Ben-Hamadou, R., Fonseca, V.G., Taris, N., Ruano, F., Reis-Henriques, M.A. and Boudry, P. 2008. Comparative study of shell shape and muscle scar pigmentation in the closely related cupped oysters Crassostrea angulata, C. gigas and their reciprocal hybrids. Aquatic Living Resources 21: 31-38.

Beninger, P.G., Decottignies, P., Guiheneuf, F., Barillé, L. and Rincé, Y. 2007. Comparison of particle processing by two introduced suspension feeders: selection in Crepidula fornicata and Crassostrea gigas. Marine Ecology Progress Series 334: 165-177.

Beninger, P.G., Valdizan, A., Decottignies, P. and Cognie, B. 2008. Impact of seston characteristics on qualitative particle selection sites and efficiencies in the pseudolamellibranch bivalve Crassostrea gigas. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 360: 9-14.

Berghahn, R. and Ruth, M. 2005. The disappearance of oysters from the Wadden Sea: a cautionary tale for no-take zones. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 15: 91-104.

Boudry, P., Heurtebise, S., Collet, B., Cornetto, F. and Gérard, A. 1998. Differentiation between populations of the Portuguese oyster, Crassostrea angulata (Lamark[sic!]) and the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg), revealed by mtDNA RFLP analysis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 226: 279-291.

Brandt, G., Wehrmann, A. and Wirtz, K.W. 2008. Rapid invasion of Crassostrea gigas into the German Wadden Sea dominated by larval supply. Journal of Sea Research 59: 279-296.

Cardoso, J.F.M.F., Langlet, D., Loff, J.F., Martins, A.R., Witte, J.I.J., Santos, P.T. and van der Veer, H.W. 2007. Spatial variability in growth and reproduction of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) along the west European coast. Journal of Sea Research 57: 303-315.

Clegg, J.S., Uhlinger, K.R., Jackson, S.A., Cherr, G.N., Rifkin, E. and Friedman, C.S. 1998. Induced thermotolerance and the heat shock protein-70 family in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 7(1): 21-30.

Cognie, B., Haure, J. and Barillé, L. 2006. Spatial distribution in temperate coastal ecosystem of the wild stock of the farmed oyster Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg). Aquaculture 259: 249-259.

David, E., Tanguy, A., Pichavant, K. and Moraga, D. 2005. Response of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas to hypoxia exposure under experimental conditions. FEBS Journal 272(21): 5635-5652.

Decottignies, P., Beninger, P.G., Rincé, Y. and Riera, P. 2007. Trophic interactions between two introduced suspension-feeders, Crepidula fornicata and Crassostrea gigas, are influenced by seasonal effects and qualitative selection capacity. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342: 231-241.

Decottignies, P., Beninger, P.G., Rincé, Y., Robins, R.J. and Riera, P. 2007. Exploitation of natural food sources by two sympatric, invasive suspension-feeders: Crassostrea gigas and Crepidula fornicata. Marine Ecology Progress Series 334: 179-192.

Diaz-Almela, E., Boudry, P., Launey, S., Bonhomme, F. and Lapègue, S. 2004. Reduced female gene flow in the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis. Journal of Heredity 95(6): 510-516.

Diederich, S. 2005. Differential recruitment of introduced Pacific oysters and native mussels at the North Sea coast: coexistence possible? Journal of Sea Research 53: 269-281.

Diederich, S. 2006. High survival and growth rates of introduced Pacific oysters may cause restrictions on habitat use by native mussels in the Wadden Sea. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 328: 211-227.

Diederich, S., Nehls, G., van Beusekom, J.E.E. and Reise, K. 2005. Introduced Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in the northern Wadden Sea: invasion accelerated by warm summers? Helgoland Marine Research 59: 97-106.

Drinkwaard, A.C. 1999. Introductions and developments of oysters in the North Sea area: a review. Helgoland Meeresuntersuchungen 52: 301-308.

Fabioux, C., Huvet, A., Lapègue, S., Heurtebise, S. and Boudry, P. 2002. Past and present geographical distribution of populations of Portuguese (Crassostrea angulata) and Pacific (C. gigas) oysters along the European and north African Atlantic coasts. Haliotis 31: 33-44.

Fabioux, C., Huvet, A., Le Souchu, P., Le Pennec, M. and Pouvreau, S. 2005. Temperature and photoperiod drive Crassostrea gigas reproductive internal clock. Aquaculture 250: 458-470.

Goulletquer, P., Wolowicz, M., Latala, A., Geairon, P., Huvet, A. and Boudry, P. 1999. Comparative analysis of oxygen consumption rates between cupped oyster spat of Crassostrea gigas of French, Japanese, Spanish and Taiwanese origins. Aquatic Living Resources 12(4): 271-277.

Grizel, H. and Héral, M. 1991. Introduction into France of the Japanese oyster (Crassostrea gigas). Journal Conseil international Exploration de la Mer 47: 399-403.

Hu, Y.-P., Fuller, C., Castagna, M., Vrijenhoek, R.C. and Lutz, R.A. 1993. Shell morphology and identification of early life history stages of congeneric species of Crassostrea and Ostrea. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 73: 471-496.

Huvet, A., Fabioux, C., McCombie, H., Lapègue, S. and Boudry, P. 2004. Natural hybridization between genetically differentiated populations of Crassostrea gigas and C. angulata highlighted by sequence variation in flanking regions of a microsatellite locus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 272: 141-152.

Huvet, A., Gérard, A., Ledu, C., Phélipot, P., Heurtebise, S. and Boudry, P. 2002. Is fertility of hybrids enough to conclude that the two oysters Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea angulata are the same species? Aquatic Living Resources 15: 45-52.

Klinger, T., Padilla, D.K. and Britton-Simmons, K. 2006. Two invaders achieve higher densities in reserves. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16: 301-311.

Kochmann, J., Buschbaum, C., Volkenborn and Reise, K. 2008. Shift from native mussels to alien oysters: Differential effects of ecosystem engineers. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 364: 1-10.

Krassoi, F.R., Brown, K.R., Bishop, M.J., Kelaher, B.P. and Summerhayes, S. 2008. Condition-specific competition allows coexistence of competitively superior exotic oysters with native oysters. Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 5-15.

Lam, K. and Morton, B. 2004. The oysters of Hong Kong (Bivalvia: Ostreidae and Gryphaeidae). The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 52(1): 11-28.

Lapègue, S., Boudry, P. and Goulletquer, P. No date. Pacific cupped oyster – Crassostrea gigas. Pp. 76-82 in Genimpact final scientific report. Available here (pdf) (accessed 5.March 2015).

Le Moullac, G., Quéau, I., Le Souchu, P., Pouvreau, S., Moal, J., Le Coz, J.R. and Samain, J.F. 2007. Metabolic adjustments in the oyster Crassostrea gigas according to oxygen level and temperature. Marine Biology Research 3: 357-366.

Lenihan, H. and Peterson, C.H. 1998. How habitat degradation through fishery disturbance enhances impacts of hypoxia on oyster reefs. Ecological Applications 8(1): 128-140.

McCormick-Ray, M.G. 1998. Oyster reefs in 1878 seascape pattern – Winslow revisited. Estuaries 21(4B): 784-800.

Minchin, D. and Rosenthal, H. 2002. Exotics for stocking and aquaculture, making correct decisions. In: Invasive Aquatic Species in Europe (eds. E. Leppäkoski, S. Gollasch and S. Olenin), pp. 206-216. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Mineur, F., Belsher, T., Johnson, M.P., Maggs, C.A. and Verlaque, M. 2007. Experimental assessment of oyster transfers as a vector for macroalgal introductions. Biological Conservation 137(2): 237-247.

Morton, B., Lam, K. and Slack-Smith, S. 2003. First report of the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis, identified genetically, from Oyster Harbour, Albany, south-western Western Australia. Molluscan Research 23: 199-208.

Nehls, G. and Büttger, H. 2007. Spread of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in the Wadden Sea. Causes and consequences of a successfu invasion. HARBASINS report. The Common Wadden Sea Secretariat, Wihelmshaven, 54pp. Available here.

Nehls, G., Diederich, S., Thieltges, D.W. and Strasser, M. 2006. Wadden Sea mussel beds invaded by oysters and slipper limpets: competition or climate control? Helgoland Marine Research 60: 135-143.

O'Foighil, D., Gaffney, P.M., Wilbur, A.E. and Hilbish, T.J. 1998. Mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I gene sequences support an Asian origin for the Portuguese oyster Crassostrea angulata. Marine Biology 131: 497-503.

Rajagopal, S., van der Velde, G., Jansen, J., van der Gaag, M., Atsma, G., Janssen-Mommen, J.P.M., Polman, H. and Jenner, H.A. 2005. Thermal tolerance of the invasive oyster Crassostrea gigas: Feasibility of heat treatment as an antifouling option. Water Research 39: 4335-4342.

Reece, K.S., Cordes, J.F., Stubbs, J.B., Hudson, K.L. and Francis, E.A. 2008. Molecular phylogenies help resolve taxonomic confusion with Asian Crassostrea oyster species. Marine Biology 153: 709-721.

Reise, K. 1998. Pacific oysters invade mussel beds in the European Wadden Sea. Senckenbergiana maritime 28(4/6): 167-175.

Robinson, T.B., Griffiths, C.L., Tonin, A., Bloomer, P. and Hare, M.P. 2005. Naturalized populations of oysters, Crassostrea gigas along the South African coast: Distribution, abundance and population structure. Journal of Shellfish Research 24(2): 443-450.

Ruesink, J.L. 2007. Biotic resistance and facilitation of a non-native oyster on rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 331: 1-9.

Ruesink, J.L., Lenihan, H.S., Trimble, A.C., Heiman, K.W., Micheli, F., Byers, J.E. and Kay, M.C. 2005. Introduction of non-native oysters: Ecosystem effects and restoration implications. Annual Reviews on Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 36: 643-689.

Schmidt, A., Wehrmann, A. and Dittmann, S. 2008. Population dynamics of the invasive Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas during the early stages of an outbreak in the Wadden Sea (Germany). Helgoland Marine Research 62: 367-376.

Smaal, A., van Stralen, M. and Craeymeersch, J. 2005. Does the introduction of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas lead to species shifts in the Wadden Sea? In: The comparative role of suspension-feeders in ecosystems (eds. R.F. Dame and S. Olenin), pp. 277-289. NATO Science Series IV – Earth and Environmental Sciences, volume 47. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Smaal, A.C., Kater, B.J. and Wijsman, J. 2009. Introduction, establishment and expansion of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in the Oosterschelde (SW Netherlands). Helgoland Marine Research 63: 75-83.

Steele, S. and Mulcahy, M.F. 2001. Impact of the copepod Mytilicola orientalis on the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in Ireland. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 47: 145-149.

Troost, K., Kamermans, P. and Wolff, W.J. 2008. Larviphagy in native bivalves and an introduced oyster. Journal of Sea Research 60: 157-163.

Troost, K., Stamhuis, E.J., van Duren, L. and Wolff, W.J. 2009. Feeding current characteristics of three morphologically different bivalve suspension feeders, Crassostrea gigas, Mytilus edulis and Cerastoderma edule, in relation to food competition. Marine Biology 156: 355-372.

Wolff, W.J. and Reise, K. 2002. Oyster imports as a vector for the introduction of alien species into northern and western European coastal waters. In: Invasive Aquatic Species in Europe (eds. E. Leppäkoski, S. Gollasch and S. Olenin), pp. 193-205. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Bernard, F.R. 1983. Catalogue of the living Bivalvia of the Eastern Pacific Ocean: Bering Strait to Cape Horn. Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 61: 1-102.

Brock, V. 1990. Intergeneric distances between Ostrea, Crassostrea and Saccostrea, studied by means of crossed immuno-electrophoresis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 68: 59-63.

Huvet, A., Balabaud, K., Bierne, N. and Boudry, P. 2001. Microsatellite analysis of 6-hour-old embryos reveals no preferential intra-specific fertilization between cupped oysters Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea angulata. Marine Biotechnology 3: 448-453.

Stenzel, H.B. 1971. Oysters. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology Part N: Mollusca 6, vol. 3 (R.C. Moore, editor), 276pp., Geological Society of America, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA.