Les mollusques invasifs des bassins conchylicoles du littoral Manche-Atlantique : diversité et structure génétiques des populations invasives, compétition avec les taxons indigènes, gestion du risque pour les écosystèmes et la conchyliculture

Autre(s) titre(s) Invasive mollusks of shellfish watershed of coastal English Channel - Atlantic : genetic diversity and structure of invasive populations, competition with indigenous taxa, risk management for ecosystems and shellfish culture
Type Communication avec actes
Date 2006-10-17
Langue(s) Français
Auteur(s) Bachelet Pierrre, De Montaudouin Xavier, Desclaux C., Mairesse G., Raigne H., Randriambao K., Garcia Meunier Pascale, Martel C., Pascal P. Y., Sauriau Pierre-Guy, Simon-Bouhet Benoît, Robert Stephane, Geairon Philippe, Goulletquer PhilippeORCID, Grangere Karine, Guilpain Patrice, Le Moine Olivier, Rossi Nadege, Seugnet Jean-Luc, Soletchnik Patrick
Conférence Colloque de Restitution - Programme de recherche Invasions Biologiques
Source Actees du colloque, Moliets (Landes), 17-19 octobre 2006, pp 193-200
Mot-Clé(s) Recommandations, Transfert, Ecosystèmes marins, Insularité, Expansion, Introduction espèces, Invasions biologiques, Mollusques
Résumé en anglais Shellfish areas usually receive a large number of introduced species. During the present project, we specially focused on 4 marine benthic molluscs introduced in shellfish areas along the Channel and Atlantic coasts of France: the gastropods Crepidula fornicata, Ocinebrellus inornatus and Cyclope neritea, and the bivalve Ruditapes philippinarum. Our study was conducted according to three main axes:
(i) the characterization of introduction and expansion patterns of species within their newly colonized area. In the three invasive gastropods C. fornnicata, C. neritea and 0. inornatus, a high level of genetic diversity was detected in the French populations which indicated a complex process of introduction (with multiple population sources or secondary introductions) and the absence of bottlenecks, whereas the life history traits of these species and their supposed dates of introduction are different ; (ii) the study of some life history traits potentially involved in the successful settlement of introduced species, compared with 'similar' indigenous species. In C. neritea and R. philippinarum, we found a much weaker parasite load than in the closely related native species. In the three invasive gastropods studied, we also found some biological characters that gave them a reproductive or trophic competitive advantage over the similar natives; (iii) an inventory of introduced marine and brackish water species along the French Atlantic coasts confirmed the major role of shellfish farming areas (mainly through accidental release with commercial oyster industry) in the introduction of exotic species, together with maritime transport. These scientific results were applied to two cases in which invasive species endanger the stocks of commercial molluscs (oysters and scallops). For the oyster drill 0. inornatus, we proposed an active control of the populations by burning deposited egg masses or collecting adult specimens. An analysis of the cost of eradicating C. fornicata in the Bay of Brest showed the financial and social interest of this project.
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Bachelet Pierrre, De Montaudouin Xavier, Desclaux C., Mairesse G., Raigne H., Randriambao K., Garcia Meunier Pascale, Martel C., Pascal P. Y., Sauriau Pierre-Guy, Simon-Bouhet Benoît, Robert Stephane, Geairon Philippe, Goulletquer Philippe, Grangere Karine, Guilpain Patrice, Le Moine Olivier, Rossi Nadege, Seugnet Jean-Luc, Soletchnik Patrick (2006). Les mollusques invasifs des bassins conchylicoles du littoral Manche-Atlantique : diversité et structure génétiques des populations invasives, compétition avec les taxons indigènes, gestion du risque pour les écosystèmes et la conchyliculture. Actees du colloque, Moliets (Landes), 17-19 octobre 2006, pp 193-200. https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00000/3305/