The translocation of freshwater pearl mussels: a review of reasons, methods and success and a new protocol for England

Translocation is the intentional collection, movement and release of plants or animals from one or more places to one or different locations. It is normally undertaken in an attempt to establish, re-establish or augment a population i.e. for conservation purposes, but inappropriate translocations can have the potential to cause considerable damage. The freshwater pearl mussel

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