Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
19608 NewsBosworth, B.2011How non-native shrimp transformed the ecosystem at Montana's Flathead Lake.
19382 OtherByron, E.2010Canyon Ferry's balancing act.
30969 Journal ArticleCaldwell, T. J., Wilhelm, F. M., and A. Dux2016Non-native pelagic macroinvertebrate alters population dynamics of herbivorous zooplankton in a large deep lake
966 Journal ArticleHanson, J.A.1966The final introduction of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta Loven) into California and Nevada.
1362 Book ChapterHubert, W.1994Exotic fishes
32397 Journal ArticleJohnson, B.M., W.M. Pete, D.B. Silver, J.L. Sharp2018Invasion success and population characteristics of the opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, in Wyoming, USA
12003 Journal ArticleLinn, J.D., and T.C. Frantz1965Introduction of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta Loven) into California and Nevada.
519 NewsLuoma, J.R.1992Boon to anglers turns into a disaster for lakes and streams.
1330 OtherOregon State University Extension Service.1995Strangers in our waterways - video.
16635 Journal ArticlePeacor, S.D.; K.L. Pangle, and H.A. Vanderploeg2005Behavioral response of Lake Michigan Daphnia mendotae to Mysis relicta.
17292 NewsRicheson, M.2007Lake Fisheries Continue to Change.
1366 Journal ArticleRieman, B.E., and C.M. Falter1981Effects of the establishment of Mysis relicta on the macrozooplankton of a large lake.
30939 Journal ArticleSchanke, K., Robison, H. W., Wentz, N. J., and C.T. McAllister2016First record of the opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana (Crustacea: Mysida) from Arkansas
1365 Journal ArticleWydoski, R.S., and D.H. Bennett1981Forage species in lakes and reservoirs of the western United States.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/21/2019].

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