Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
35350 DatabaseBeaty, L.E.2021Exotic snails in Pennsyvania, 2020.
28380 Journal ArticleBury, J.A., B.E. Sietman, and B.N. Karns.2007Distribution of the non-native viviparid snails, Bellamya chinensis and Viviparus georgianus, in Minnesota and the first record of Bellamya japonica from Wisconsin.
9181 Journal ArticleClench, W.J., and S.L.H. Fuller1965The genus Viviparus (Viviparidae) in North America.
27378 DatabaseCranberg, C., and R. Keller2020Illinois Database of Aquatic Non-native Species
34022 Journal ArticleDavid, A.A., and S.C. Cote2019Genetic evidence confirms the presence of the Japanese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina japonica (von Martens, 1861) (Caenogastropoda: Viviparidae) in northern New York
34218 Web PageDillon, R.2003The freshwater gastropods of North America Project: Invasive Viviparids in South Carolina
31344 Journal ArticleEvans, R.R., and S.J. Ray.2008Checklist of the Freshwater Snails (Mollusca:Gastropoda) of Pennsylvania, USA
29262 Journal ArticleEvans, R.R., and S.J. Ray.2010Distribution and Environmental Influences on Freshwater Gastropods from Lotic Systems and Springs in Pennsylvania, USA, with Conservation Recommendations
26684 DatabaseHowell, J.2014New collection locations for nonindigenous aquatic species in Kansas. Provided by J. Howell on 2014-01-06.
24058 DatabaseIllinois Natural History Survey.2002Mollusk records from collections of the Illinois Natural History Museum (unpublished data).
27462 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2018Pennsylvania iMapInvasives
16685 ReportMackie, G.L., D.S. White, and T.W. Zdeba.1980A guide to freshwater mollusks of the Laurentian Great Lakes with special emphasis on the genus Pisidium.
16667 Journal ArticleMichelson, E.H.1970Aspidogaster conchicola from fresh water gastropods in the USA.
703 Journal ArticleMills, E.L., J.H. Leach, J.T. Carlton, and C.L. Secor1993Exotic species in the Great Lakes: a history of biotic crises and anthropogenic introductions
30965 DatabaseNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission2017NCWRC Aquatic Wildlife Diversity Program database, collection records for nonindigenous aquatic species in North Carolina.
29096 Journal ArticlePerez, B.J., A.H. Segrest, S.R. Campos, R.L. Minton, and R.L. Burks2016First record of Japanese Mystery Snail Cipangopaludina japonica (von Martens, 1861) in Texas
31347 Journal ArticlePyron, M., J. Beugly, E. Martin, and M. Spielman2008Conservation of the Freshwater Gastropods of Indiana: Historic and Current Distributions
18779 ReportU.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).2008Predicting future introductions of nonindigenous species to the Great Lakes.
29897 Journal ArticleVan Bocvlaer, B., and E.E. Strong.2016Anatomy, functional morphology, evolutionary ecology and systematics of the invasive gastropod Cipangopaludina japonica (Viviparidae: Bellamyinae).
28787 DatabaseVinsel, R., and J. Tiemann2016Exotic aquatic mollusk collections in the Illinois Natural History Survey.
27924 DatabaseWisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR).2017Lakes and rivers with invasives species
19334 DatabaseWisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources.2010Aquatic Invasives Data and Maps.
14104 Journal ArticleWolfert, D.R., and J.K. Hiltunen1968Distribution and abundance of the Japanese snail Viviparus japonicus and associated macrobenthos in Sandusky Bay, Ohio.
33055 Journal ArticleWood, W.M.1892Paludina japonica Mart. for sale in the San Francisco Chinese markets


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