Ventajas y límites de la variabilidad morfofisiológica para el establecimiento, la colonización y la expansión del bivalvo invasor Limnoperna fortunei en Sudamérica

  • Esteban Marcelo Paolucci Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales “Bernardino Rivadavia” - CONICET, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, UBA. Buenos Aires, Argentina https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7847-1484
Palabras clave: ecofisiología, especies exóticas, distribución, mejillón dorado, morfología

Resumen

La variabilidad fenotípica, tanto basada en plasticidad fenotípica como en diversidad genética puede tener una gran importancia durante el proceso de invasión de las especies exóticas. Limnoperna fortunei (Dunker, 1857) fue introducido en Sudamérica alrededor de 1990, en el estuario del Río de la Plata, Argentina, desde donde se expandió rápidamente hasta abarcar prácticamente toda esta cuenca y otras aledañas. Sin embargo, algunos ambientes no han sido colonizados y, presumiblemente, la supervivencia de esta especie se vio afectada por distintos factores ambientales como los sólidos en suspensión, la salinidad, y la contaminación. L. fortunei evidenció una alta variabilidad genética y morfológica, mostrando una distribución fuertemente afectada por las actividades humanas y por sus vectores de dispersión. El grado de variabilidad fenotípica estaría jugando un papel fundamental en su establecimiento, o no, en los diferentes ambientes. Las variaciones morfológicas y metabólicas, incluyendo cambios en la tasa de crecimiento, desarrollo de órganos internos o cambios en la tasa de filtrado y respiración en áreas límite de su distribución o bajo condiciones ambientales extremas, permitirían explicar, junto con otras variables como la presencia de vectores de dispersión, el patrón de distribución actual.

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