Daphnia lumholtzi
Daphnia lumholtzi
(a waterflea)
Crustaceans-Cladocerans
Exotic

23 results for Daphnia lumholtzi (a waterflea)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2955 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Observational Field Daphnia lumholtzi has changed the structure of the zooplankton communities in its... 13845
2974 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Observational Field Daphnia lumholtzi competes with native zooplankton for food resourced in Kansas reservoirs. 13845
2977 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Anecdotal N/A Daphnia lumholtzi likely out-compete native zooplankton in times when juvenile fish are... 9154
2980 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Anecdotal N/A Daphnia lumholtzi could impact limnetic freshwater zooplankton communities in its... 9387
2983 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Observational Field Daphnia lumholtzi comprises a large amount of the zooplankton community during the summer... 13851
2984 Daphnia lumholtzi Food Web Observational Field The presence of Daphnia lumholtz in Lake Champlain provides a large food resource for fish species... 13851
2985 Daphnia lumholtzi Predation/Herbivory Observational Field During the summer in Lake Champlain, Daphnia lumholtz are predated upon heavily by blue gill, white... 13851
2987 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Observational Laboratory Blue gill changed feeding behaviors after feeding upon Daphnia lumholtzi, adopting... 13852
2988 Daphnia lumholtzi Predation/Herbivory Observational Laboratory North American native fish species, such as bluegill, feed upon Daphnia lumholtzi. 13852
2989 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Experimental Laboratory Daphnia lumholtzi out-competes NOrth American native Daphnia pulex for resources. 14119
2990 Daphnia lumholtzi Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory Daphnia lumholtzi suppresses the production of North American native Daphnia pulex, which... 14119
3013 Daphnia lumholtzi Predation/Herbivory Observational Field In both the field and laboratory, inland silversides, Menidia beryllina, fed readily on the exotic... 18517
3014 Daphnia lumholtzi Food Web Observational Field In the Texoma region of the United States, Daphnia lumholtzi is an important food resource... 18517
8388 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Experimental Laboratory In competitive experiments between Daphnia lumholtzi and Great Lakes native D.... 14119
8389 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Experimental Laboratory Some Daphnia species are more vulnerable to competition with Daphnia lumholtzi... 42486
8390 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Anecdotal N/A By occupying a niche that was previously unexploited by Daphnia spp., Daphnia... 42486
8391 Daphnia lumholtzi Competition Anecdotal N/A Research comparing native Daphnia spp. to the exotic Daphnia lumholtzi has found... 13845
8392 Daphnia lumholtzi Food Web Experimental Laboratory If Daphnia lumholtzi outcompetes native zooplankton populations during their normal peak... 13852
8393 Daphnia lumholtzi Water Quality Experimental Field Found that the density of Daphnia lumholtzi in some parts of the Illinois River was larger... 18973
8394 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Anecdotal N/A is a common research subject, as scientists have been able to track its spread... 9155
8395 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Anecdotal N/A has also been studied for its unique ability to proliferate during high... 42487
8396 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Anecdotal N/A Silverside (Menidia beryllina) may be able to utilize Daphnia lumholtzi as a new... 13850
8397 Daphnia lumholtzi Other Anecdotal N/A Juvenile fish attain a size capable of consuming Daphnia lumholtzi. The fish can grow more... 13850

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