Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
13549 ReportBrown, R.L. (Ed.).2002Interagency Environmental Program (IEP) Newsletter.
26266 DatabaseCalifornia Department of Fish and Game.2009California Aquatic Non-native Organism Database (CANOD).
9387 Journal ArticleDavidson, N.L., Jr., and W.E. Kelso1997The exotic daphnid, Daphnia lumholtzi, in a Louisiana river-swamp.
16001 Journal ArticleDeVries, D.R., R.A. Wright, and T.S. DeVries2005Daphnia lumholtzi in the Mobile River drainage, USA: invasion of a habitat that experiences salinity.
14119 Journal ArticleDobberfuhl, D.L., and J.J. Elser2002Distribution and potential compettitve effects of an exotic zooplankter (Daphnia lumholtzi) in Arizona reservoirs.
13845 Journal ArticleDzialowski, A.R., W.J. O'Brien, and S.M. Swaffer2000Range expansion and potential dispersal mechanisms of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi.
24060 Journal ArticleEast.T.L., K.L. Havens, A.J. Rodusky, and M.A. Brady1999Daphnia lumholtzi and Daphnia ambigua: population comparisons of an exotic and native cladoceran in Lake Okeechobee, Florida.
17806 DatabaseEPA Great Lakes National Program Office.2008EPA Monitoring Data.
1388 ReportGoulden, C.E., D. Tomljanovich, D. Kreeger, and E. Corney.1995The invasion of Daphnia lumholtzi Sars (Cladocera, Daphniidae) into a North American Reservoir.
14105 Journal ArticleHavel, J.E., and J.B. Shurin2004Mechanisms, effects, and scales of dispersal in freshwater zooplankton.
14121 Journal ArticleHavel, J.E., J.B. Shurin, and J.R. Jones2002Estimating dispersal from patterns of spread: spatial and local control of invasion by Daphnia lumholtzi in Missouri lakes.
9154 Journal ArticleHavel, J.E., W.R. Mabee, and J.R. Jones1995Invasion of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi into North American reservoirs.
14122 Journal ArticleHavens, K.E., T.L. East, J. Marcus, P. Essex, B. Bolan, S. Raymond, and J.R. Beaver2000Dynamics of the exotic Daphnia lumholtzi and native macro-zooplankton in a subtropical chain-of-lakes in Florida, U.S.A..
9342 Journal ArticleHiskey, R.M.1996The occurrence of the exotic Daphnia lumholtzi in Grand Lake St. Marys, Ohio.
32846 DatabaseMcMahon, R.2019Observations of Daphnia lumholtzi in Texas waterbodies
9410 Journal ArticleMuzinic, Christopher J.2000First record of Daphnia lumholtzo Sars in the Great Lakes.
18417 DatabaseOntario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.2010Exotic species data for Ontario, Canada (unpublished).
1387 Conference ProceedingsSharp, B., and D. White.1995Zooplankton of Kentucky Lake with emphasis on Daphnia lumholtzi. [abstract only]
9156 Journal ArticleSorensen, K.H., and R.W. Sterner1991Extreme cyclomorphosis in Daphnia lumholtzi.
13863 Web PageStoeckel, J.A., and P.M. Charlebois.1999Daphnia lumholtzi: The Next Great Lakes Exotic?.
9343 Journal ArticleStoeckel, J.A., L. Camlin, K.D. Blodgett, and R.E. Sparks1996Establishment of Daphnia lumholtzi (an exotic zooplankter) in the Illinois River.
16024 Journal ArticleThorp, J.H., A.R. Black, and K.H. Haag1994Zooplankton assemblages in the Ohio River: seasonal, tributary, and navigation dam effects.
19520 Journal ArticleTrebitz, A.S., C.W. West, J.C. Hoffman, J.R. Kelly, G.S. Peterson, and I.A. Grigorovich2010Status of non-indigenous benthic invertebrates in the Duluth-Superior Harbor and the role of sampling methods in their detection.
19536 Journal ArticleTudorancea, C., K. Bowen, and J. Gerlofsma2009Daphnia lumholtzi Sars a new alien species in Lake St. Clair.
26559 Journal ArticleWalker, C.E., S.J. Hermann, D.R. Nimmo, and J.R. Beaver2013Range extensions for three new invasive species in Pueblo Reservoir, Colorado, USA: water flea Daphnia lumholtzi (G. O. Sars, 1885), calanoid copepod Eurytemora affinis (Poppe, 1880), and freshwater bryozoan Lophopodella carteri (Hyatt, 1865).


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