Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Reproduction and recruitment of the brackish water clam Rangia cuneata were investigated in the James River, Va., from February 1970 to January 1972. Histological examinations of gonads were made, newly set clams were collected, and temperature and salinity measurements were taken from three populations living in different salinity regimes.
Contribution (Virginia Institute of Marine Science) no. 582
Cain, Thomas D., Reproduction and recruitment of the brackish water clam, Rangia cuneata in the James River, Virginia (1975). Fishery Bulletin, 73(2), 412-430.