Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
28332 DatabaseBear, B.2015Wyoming AIS Detections 2010-2015
9286 Journal ArticleBowler, P.A.1991The rapid spread of the freshwater hydrobiid snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray) in the middle Snake River, southern Idaho.
9289 Journal ArticleBowler, P.A., and T.J. Frest1991The non-native snail fauna of the middle Snake River, southern Idaho.
28272 NewsBurns, R.2015Invasive New Zealand mud snails found on HSU campus.
26266 DatabaseCalifornia Department of Fish and Game.2009California Aquatic Non-native Organism Database (CANOD).
30737 Web PageCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife2017Invasive New Zealand mudsnails found in Carmel River -- residents and visitors urged to help prevent further spread.
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
25795 DatabaseDalton, Larry.2012Utah water bodies inspected for presence/absence of New Zealand mudsnail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum): an amalgamation of data collected by UDWR and others and synthesized by Larry Dalton, Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator as ongoing updates (9-28-12).
30635 NewsDance, S.2017Invasive New Zealand mud snails found in Gunpowder River
18199 Journal ArticleDavidson, T.M., V.E.F. Brenneis, C. de Rivera, R. Draheim, and G.E. Gillespie2008Northern range expansion and coastal occurrences of the New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray, 1843) in the northeast Pacific.
31770 Journal ArticleDybdahl, M.F. and S.L. Kane2005Adaptation vs. phenotypic plasticity in the success of a clonal invader
31014 NewsEllison, G.2016Invasive mud snail went unnoticed in Michigan for at least 3 years
31344 Journal ArticleEvans, R.R., and S.J. Ray.2008Checklist of the Freshwater Snails (Mollusca:Gastropoda) of Pennsylvania, USA
9292 ReportFrest, T.J., and E. Johannes.1991Mollusk fauna in the vicinity of three proposed hydroelectric projects on the middle Snake River, central Idaho.
9291 Journal ArticleFrest, T.J., and P.A. Bowler1993A preliminary checklist of the aquatic and terrestrial mollusks of the middle Snake River sub-basin.
26212 DatabaseGBIF2013Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database.
17446 DatabaseGreat Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC).2017Exotic Species Information Center.
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?.
24671 Journal ArticleHall, R.O. Jr., M.F. Dybdahl, and M.C. Vanderloop2006Extremely high secondary production of introduced snails in rivers
28747 Journal ArticleHansen, B.K., A.C. Krist, and T.M. Tibbets.2016Foraging differences between the native snail, Fossaria sp. and the invasive New Zealand mudsnail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in response to phosphorus limitation
30785 DatabaseHarris, B.2017Collection data on non-native aquatic species in Lake Michigan
27550 NewsHayes, J.2013Invasive snail found in classic trout stream.
27122 Journal ArticleHerbst, D.B., M.T. Bogan, and R.A. Lusardi2008Low specific conductivity limits growth and survival of the New Zealand mud snail from the Upper Owens River, California.
24092 DatabaseIllinois Natural History Survey.2011Illinois Natural History Survey Collection Databases.
24851 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2016Oregon iMapInvasives
27462 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2018Pennsylvania iMapInvasives
26733 ReportJohannes, E.J.2013Survey for Potamopyrgus antipodarum (New Zealand mudsnail) in the Chehalis River Surge Plain Area Preserve, Grays Harbor County, Washington. Final report for Contract #SC 14-144, Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
9287 Journal ArticleLangenstein, S., and P. Bowler1991On-going macroinvertebrate analysis using the biotic condition index and the appearance of Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray) in Box Canyon Creek, southern Idaho.
31155 Journal ArticleLevri, E. P., Landis, S., Smith, B., Colledge, E., Metz, E., and X. Li2017Variation in predator-induced behavioral changes in introduced and native populations of the invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum Gray 1843)
16038 Journal ArticleLevri, E.P., A.A. Kelly, and E. Love2007The invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in Lake Erie.
18954 Journal ArticleLevri, E.P., and W. Jacoby2008The invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) found in stream of the Lake Ontario watershed.
27092 Journal ArticleLevri, E.P., E.D. Colledge, R.H. Bilka, and B.J. Smith2012The distribution of the invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in streams in the Lake Ontario and Lake Erie watersheds.
18953 Journal ArticleLevri, E.P., R.M. Dermott, S.J. Lunnen, A.A. Kelly, and T. Ladson2008The distribution of the invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in Lake Ontario.
30628 Web PageMaryland Department of Natural Resources.2017Aquatic invasive species confirmed in Gunpowder River.
27950 DatabaseMichigan State University Board of Trustees.2019Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN)
28593 DatabaseMontalvo, A.2016New Zealand mudsnails data from Hot Creek, California (2003-2015)(unpublished)
19769 DatabaseMontana State University.2011New Zealand mudsnails in the Western USA dataset (1995-2010).
19331 DatabaseOntario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.2009OFAH Database All Species - 2009 Download.
31630 Web PagePennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PAFBC)2018PFCB Issues Alert to Contain Invasive Species in Lehigh County.
18178 DatabasePost.D.2008New Zealand mudsnails in California.
13644 Web PageRichards, D., B. Kerans, and D. Gustafson.2003New Zealand mudsnail in the Western USA, Chronology of important New Zealand mudsnail discoveries.
13759 Journal ArticleRichards, D.C., L.D. Cazier, and G.T. Lester2001Spatial distribution of three snail species, including the invader Potamopyrgus antipodarum, in a freshwater spring.
29230 NewsSchultz, R.2016Invasive snail found in second stream in Dane County
16728 ReportSytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.2004Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report: Appendices.
17275 ReportSytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.2004Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report.
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.
14257 Web PageU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.2005National Wildlife Refuge System Invasive Species.
18728 DatabaseUnited States Environmental Protection Agency.2017STORET database
24099 Web PageUnknown.2008AIM Search Results.
28528 Journal ArticleVazquez, R., D.M. Ward, and A. Sepulveda.2016Does water chemistry limit the distribution of New Zealand mud snails in Redwood National Park?
18154 DatabaseVinson, Mark.2008New Zealand mudsnail in western states.
31558 DatabaseWashington Department of Fish and Wildlife2018Aquatic Invasive Species Unit: New Zealand Mudsnail confirmed detections
27924 DatabaseWisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR).2017Lakes and rivers with invasives
9363 Journal ArticleZaranko, D.T., D.G. Farara, and F.G. Thompson1997Another exotic mollusc in the Laurentian Great Lakes: the New Zealand native Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray 1843)(Gastropoda, Hydrobiidae).


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