Reference List

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

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REFTypeCut-and-Paste Reference
26711 Journal Article Audzijonyte, A., and R. Väinölä. 2005. Diversity and distributions of circumpolar fresh- and brackish-water Mysis (Crustacea: Mysida): descriptions of M. relicta Love´n, 1862, M. salemaai n. sp., M. segerstralei n. sp. and M. diluviana n. sp., based on molecular and morphological characters. Hydrobiologia 544:89-141.
19608 News Bosworth, B. 2011. How non-native shrimp transformed the ecosystem at Montana's Flathead Lake. New West Travel and Outdoors. 1 (21).
19382 Other Cut-and-paste reference not available due to unhandled reference type. Please contact support to request the addition of the 'Other' type.
30969 Journal Article Caldwell, T. J., Wilhelm, F. M., and A. Dux. 2016. Non-native pelagic macroinvertebrate alters population dynamics of herbivorous zooplankton in a large deep lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:832-843.
19613 Journal Article Ellis, B.K., J.A. Stanford, D. Goodman, C.P. Stafford, D.L. Gustafson, D.A. Beauchamp, D.W. Chess, J.A. Kraft, M.A. Deleray, and B.S. Hansen. 2011. Long-term effects of a trophic cascade in a large lake ecosystem. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(3):1070-1075.
966 Journal Article Hanson, J.A. 1966. The final introduction of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta Loven) into California and Nevada. California Fish and Game 52(3):220.
1362 Book Chapter Hubert, W. 1994. Exotic fishes. Pages 158-174 in Parish, T.L., and S.H. Anderson, eds. Exotic species manual. Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Laramie, WY.
32397 Journal Article Johnson, B.M., W.M. Pate, D.B. Silver, and J.L. Sharp. 2018. Invasion success and population characteristics of the opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, in Wyoming, USA. Aquatic Invasions 13(3):409-420.
12003 Journal Article Linn, J.D., and T.C. Frantz. 1965. Introduction of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta Loven) into California and Nevada. California Fish and Game 51(1):48-51.
519 News Luoma, J.R. 1992. Boon to anglers turns into a disaster for lakes and streams. The New York Times; The Enivronment. New York, NY. 11 (17):C4.
1330 Other Cut-and-paste reference not available due to unhandled reference type. Please contact support to request the addition of the 'Other' type.
16635 Journal Article Peacor, S.D.; K.L. Pangle, and H.A. Vanderploeg. 2005. Behavioral response of Lake Michigan Daphnia mendotae to Mysis relicta. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31(2):144-154.
17292 News Richeson, M. 2007. Lake Fisheries Continue to Change. Bigfork Eagle. August 16, 2007. (accessed 8/20/2007).
1366 Journal Article Rieman, B.E., and C.M. Falter. 1981. Effects of the establishment of Mysis relicta on the macrozooplankton of a large lake. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 110(5):613-620.
30939 Journal Article Schanke, K., Robison, H. W., Wentz, N. J., and C.T. McAllister. 2016. First record of the opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana (Crustacea: Mysida) from Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 70(51):289-292.
32607 Journal Article Stewart, T.J., R. O'Gorman, W.G. Sprules, and B.F. Lantry. 2010. The bioenergentic consequences of invasive-induced food web disruption to Lake Ontario alewives. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30(6):1485-1504.
37839 Journal Article Walsh, M.G., B.T. Boscarino, J. Marty, and O.E. Johannsson. 2012. Mysis diluviana and Hemimysis anomala: Reviewing the roles of a native and invasive mysid in the Laurentian Great Lakes region. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38.
1365 Journal Article Wydoski, R.S., and D.H. Bennett. 1981. Forage species in lakes and reservoirs of the western United States. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 110(6):764-771.


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