Reference List

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

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16974 Journal Article Byron, E.R., and J.F. Saunders III. 1981. Colonization of Lake Tahoe, California, Nevada, USA and other western habitats by the copepod Skistodiaptomus pallidus (Calanoida). Southwestern Naturalist 26(1):82-83.
16975 Journal Article Chapman, M.A., J.D. Green, and T.G. Northcote. 1985. Seasonal dynamics of Skistodiaptomus pallidus Herrick and other zooplankton populations in Deer Lake, S. W. British Columbia. Journal of Plankton Research 7(6):867-876.
13536 Journal Article Dowell, K.M. 1997. Evidence for Diapause in the Freshwater Copepod Skistodiaptomus pallidus. American Midland Naturalist 137(2):362-368.
16976 Journal Article Duggan, I.C., J.D. Green, and D.F. Burger. 2006. First New Zealand records of three non-indigenous zooplankton species: Skistodiaptomus pallidus, Sinodiaptomus valkanovi, and Daphnia dentifera. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40:561-569.
16977 Journal Article Geddes, M.C., and G.A. Cole. 1981. Variation in sexual size differentiation in North American diaptomids (Copepoda: Calanoida): does variation in the degree of dimorphism have ecological significance? Limnology and Oceanography 26(2):367-374.
16978 Journal Article Geiling, W.T., and R.S. Campbell. 1972. The effect of temperature on the development rate of the major life stages of Diaptomus pallidus Herrick. Limnology and Oceanography 17:304-307.
13546 Web Page Hudson, Patrick L., and Lynn T. Lesko. 2003. Free-living and Parasitic Copepods of the Laurentian Great Lakes: Keys and Details on Individual Species. Ann Arbor, MI: Great Lakes Science Center Home Page. http//:www.glsc.usgs.gov/greatlakescopepods/.
16979 Journal Article Krieger, K.A., and D.M. Klarer. 1991. Zooplankton dynamics in a Great Lakes coastal marsh. Journal of Great Lakes Research 17:255-269.
16980 Web Page Lesko, L.T., P.L. Hudson, and M.A. Chriscinske. 2003. Calanoid copepods of the Laurentian Great Lakes.
16981 Journal Article Marcogliese, D.J., and G.W. Esch. 1992. Alterations of vertical distribution and migration of zooplankton in relation to temperature. American Midland Naturalist 128(1):139-155.
19692 Book McLaughlin, P.L., and 37 others. 2005. Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Crustaceans. American Fisheries Society Special Publication 31, Bethesda, MD.
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. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0380-1330(93)71197-1.
13537 Web Page Reid, Janet W. 2003. Checklist of the Copepoda (Crustacea) of the District of Columbia.
16982 Journal Article Thum, R.A., and R.S. Stemberger. 2006. Pure spatial and spatially structured environmental variables explain Skistodiaptomus copepod range limits in the northeastern USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63(6):1397-1404.
16877 Journal Article Torke, B. 2001. The distribution of calanoid copepods in the plankton of Wisconsin lakes. Hydrobiologia 453/454:351-365.
16983 Journal Article Williamson, C.E., and N.M. Butler. 1986. Predation on rotifers by the suspension-feeding calanoid copepod Diaptomus pallidus. Limnology and Oceanography 31:393-402.
16846 Journal Article Wonham, M.J., S.A. Bailey, H.J. MacIsaac, and M.A. Lewis. 2005. Modelling the invasion risk of diapausing organisms transported in ballast sediments. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:2386-2398. https://doi.org/10.1139/f05-146.



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