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Populations of the Baltic clam Macoma balthica show different degrees of sulphide tolerance in relation to s u l p h~d e contamination of their habitats. Specimens from sulphidic habitats such a s the Gulf of G d k k (Baltic Proper) and shallo~v waters near the island of Hiddensee (Southern Baltic Sea) have higher survival capaclt~es during sulphide exposure than those from low sulphide contaminated environments such as K~e l Bight (Western Baltic Sea) and the Wadden Sea near Dorum-Neufelddoi:10.3354/meps154185 fatcat:tnvas7jjkvbxjirhyti3wqrgny