Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
13575 Web PageBishop Museum.1997Listing of species known from aquatic environments (brackish/fresh water) in the Hawaiian Islands.
13936 Journal ArticleBushnell, J.H. Jr.1965On the Taxonomy and Distribution of Freshwater Ectoprocta in Michigan. Part I.
690 Conference ProceedingsDevick, W.S.1991Pattern of introductions of aquatic organisms to Hawaii freshwater habitats.
13623 Journal ArticleGrigorovich, I.A., A.V. Korniushin, D.K. Gray, I.C. Duggan, R.I. Colautti, and H.J. MacIsaac2003Lake Superior: an invasion coldspot?.
13897 Journal ArticleLauer, T.E., D.K. Barnes, A. Ricciardi, and A. Spacie1999Evidence of recruitment inhibition of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) by a freshwater bryozoan (Lophopodella carteri).
26562 Book ChapterMarsh, T., and T. S. Wood.2002Results of a freshwater bryozoan survey in the Pacific Northwestern United States.
13941 Journal ArticleRogick, M.D.1957Studies on Fresh-Water Bryozoa, XVIII Lophopodella carteri in Kentucky.
13907 Journal ArticleSmith, D.G.1985Lophopodella carteri (Hyatt), Pottsiella erecta (Potts), and Other Freshwater Ectoprocta in the Connecticut River (New England, U.S.A.).
13937 Journal ArticleTenney, W.R., and W.S. Woolcott1962First Report of Bryozoan, Lophopodella carteri (Hyatt), in Virginia.
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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