Data from: Flow, flux and feeding in freshwater mussels

Rakesh Mistry & Josef D. Ackerman
Unionid mussels are important constituents of aquatic systems that are affected by anthropogenic changes in hydrology and concomitant increases in suspended solids, yet little is known about the effects of flow on their suspension feeding. We examined the clearance rates (CR) of four species of freshwater mussels (Lampsilis siliquoidea, Lampsilis fasciola, Ligumia nasuta and Villosa iris) to determine whether they feed selectively on river seston and how this may vary with algal flux (concentration ×...
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