Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Valvata piscinalis listed in key words.

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16731 Journal Article Bubinas, A., and G. Vaitonis. 2005. The structure and seasonal dynamics of zoobenthic communities in the northern and central parts of the Curonian lagoon. Acta Zoologica Lituanica 15(4):297-304.
16732 Journal Article Chernogorenko, M.I. 1980. Seasonal dynamics of mollusk infestation by larvae and parthenitae in the Dnieper River Ukrainian-SSR USSR. Vestnik Zoologii 5:53-56.
16733 Journal Article Evans, N.A., P.J. Whitfield, and A.P. Dobson. 1981. Parasite utilization of a host community: the distribution and occurrence of metacercarial cysts of Echinoparyphium recurvatum (Digenea: Echinostomatidae) in seven species of mullusc at Harting Pond, Sussex. Parasitology 83(1):1-12.
16734 Journal Article Frank, C. 1987. A contribution to the knowledge of Hungarian Mollusca part III. Berichte des Naturwissenschaftlich-Medizinischen Vereins in Innsbruck 74:113-124.
16735 Journal Article Fretter, V., and A. Graham. 1978. The prosobranch mollusks of Britain and Denmark; Part 3: Neritacea, Viviparacea, Valvatacea, terrestrial and fresh water Littorinacea and Rissoacea. Journal of Molluscan Studies Supplement 5:101-150.
43009 Database Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). Valvata piscinalis (O.F.Müller, 1774). 2021. Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). Valvata piscinalis (O.F.Müller, 1774)
. GBIF. Accessed on 01/19/2021.
16736 Journal Article Grabda-Kazubska, B., and V. Kiseliene. 1991. The life cycle of Echinoparyphium mordwilkoi Skrjabin, 1914 (Trematoda: Echinostomatidae). Acta Parasitologica Polonica 36(4):167-173.
9047 Journal Article Griffiths, R.W., S. Thornley, and T.A. Edsall. 1991. Limnological aspects of the St. Clair River. Hydrobiologia 219:97-123.
16634 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A.; E.L. Mills, C.B. Richards, D. Breneman, and J.H. Ciborowski. 2005. European valve snail Valvata piscinalis (Müller) in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31(2):135-143.
35444 Journal Article Harman, W.N. 1968. Valvata piscinalis in Cayuga Lake, N.Y. The Nautilus 81:143-144.
27712 Database iMapInvasives. 2019. New York iMapInvasives. New York Natural Heritage Program, Albany, NY. Created on 07/08/2015. Accessed on 07/08/2015.
28820 Journal Article Karatayev, A.Y., S.E. Mastitsky, L.E. Burlakova, V.A. Karatayev, M.M. Hajduk and D.B. Conn. 2012. Exotic molluscs in the Great Lakes host epizootically important trematodes. Journal of Shellfish Research 31(3):885-894.
16682 Journal Article Kelly, P.M., and J.S. Cory. 1987. Operculum closing as a defense against predatory leeches in four British freshwater prosobranch snails. Hydrobiologia 144(2):121-124.
35442 Journal Article Latchford, F.R. 1914. Valvata piscinalis in Canada. The Nautilus 28:10.
23846 Journal Article Latchford, F.R. 1930. Some introduced mollusks. Canadian Field-Naturalist 44:33-34.
16737 Journal Article Lodge, D.M., and P. Kelly. 1985. Habitat disturbance and the stability of freshwater gastropod populations. Oecologia 68(1):111-117.
43183 Journal Article Marshall, N.T., and C.A. Stepien. 2020. Macroinvertebrate community diversity and habitat quality relationships along a large river from targeted eDNA metabarcode assays. Environmental DNA 2(4):572-586.
16738 Journal Article McCarthy, A.M. 1990. Speciation of echinostomes; evidence for the existence of two sympatric sibling species in the complex Echinoparyphium recurvatum Von Linstow, 1873 (Digenea: Echinostomatidae). Parasitology 101(1):35-42.
13065 Journal Article Mills, E.L., D.L. Strayer, M.D. Scheuerell, and J.T. Carlton. 1996. Exotic species in the Hudson River basin: A history of invasions and introductions. Estuaries 19(4):814-823.
703 Journal Article Mills, E.L., J.H. Leach, J.T. Carlton, and C.L. Secor. 1993. Exotic species in the Great Lakes: a history of biotic crises and anthropogenic introductions. Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1):1-54.
16739 Book Chapter Olenin, S., and D. Daunys. 2005. Invaders in suspension-feeding systems: variations along the regional environmental gradient and similarities between large basins. Pages 221-237 in Dame, R.F., and S. Olenin, eds. The comparative roles of suspension-feeders in ecosystems. NATO Science Series. Earth and Environmental Series. Volume 47. Springer-Verlag. Berlin, Germany.
16740 Journal Article Olson, T.I. 1984. Winter sites and cold-hardiness of two gastropod species in a boreal river. Polar Biology 3(4):227-230.
35445 Journal Article Oughton, J. 1938. Valvata piscinalis (Müller) in the Great Lakes. The Nautilus 52(1-2):30-32, 60-62.
35443 Journal Article Robertson, I.C. 1945. Valvata piscinalis in Lake Erie. The Nautilus 59:36.
13063 Journal Article Strayer, D.L. 1999. Effects of alien species on freshwater mollusks in North America. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18(1):74-98.
19520 Journal Article Trebitz, A.S., C.W. West, J.C. Hoffman, J.R. Kelly, G.S. Peterson, and I.A. Grigorovich. 2010. Status of non-indigenous benthic invertebrates in the Duluth-Superior Harbor and the role of sampling methods in their detection. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(4):747-756.
39842 Database U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2020. Benthic Macroinvertebrate AIS Early Detection efforts on Lake Superior. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ashland, WI. Accessed on 09/16/2022.
16742 Journal Article Van den Berg, M.S., H. Coops, R. Noordhuis, J. Van Schie, and J. Simons. 1995. Macroinvertebrate communities in relation to submerged vegetations in two Chara-dominated lakes. Hydrobiologia 342-343:143-150.
16743 Journal Article Van den Berg, M.S., R. Doef, F. Zant, and H. Coops. 1997. Charophytes: clear water and macroinvertebrates in the lakes Veluwemeer and Wolderwijd. Levende Natuur 98(1):14-19.


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