Bythotrephes longimanus
Bythotrephes longimanus
(spiny waterflea)

5 results for Bythotrephes longimanus (spiny waterflea)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4577 Bythotrephes longimanus Competition Observational Field Bythotrephes are suspected to contribute to the decrease in alewife Daphnia hyalina... 33103
4599 Bythotrephes longimanus Competition Observational Field Bythotrephes could compete with Leptodora for daphnid prey. 33102
4600 Bythotrephes longimanus Competition Experimental Laboratory In a laboratory study, surface-dwelling Daphnia mendotae migrated to deeper and colder... 24424
4662 Bythotrephes longimanus Competition Experimental Field Bythotrephes longimanus likely compete with other vertebrate predators for zooplankton... 20507
4664 Bythotrephes longimanus Competition Anecdotal Field Bythotrephes may control the abundance of Cercopagis pengoi though competition and... 33105

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