Reference List

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

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16698 Journal Article Bianchi, T.S., G.M. Davis, and D. Strayer. 1994. An apparent hybrid zone between freshwater gastropod species Elimia livescens and E. virginica (Gastropoda: Pleuroceridae). American Malacological Bulletin 11(1):73-78.
34819 Journal Article Burch, J.B., and Y. Jung. 1987. A review of the classification, distribution and habitats of the freshwater gastropods of the North American Great Lakes. Walkerana - Transactions of the POETS Society 2(8):233-291.
34840 Journal Article Cazenave, K.R., and D.T. Zanatta. 2016. Environmental drivers of shell shape in a freshwater gastropod from small and large lakes. Freshwater Science 35(3):948-957.
34845 Book Chapter Cooper, W. 1834. in Henry R. Schoolcraft, ed. Narrative of an expedition through the upper Mississippi to Itasca lake, the actual source of this river; embracing an exploratory trip through the St. Croix and Burntwood (or Broule) rivers: in 1832. Harper. New York.
34023 Journal Article Dazo, B.C. 1965. The morphology and natural history of Pleurocera acuta and Goniobasis livescens (Gastropoda: Cerithiacea: Plueroceridae). Malacologia 3(1):1-80.
34865 Journal Article DeVanna, K.M., B.L. Bodamer, C.G. Wellington, E. Hammer, C.M. Mayer, and J.M. Bossenbroek. 2011. An alternative hypothesis to invasional meltdown in the Laurentian Great Lakes region: General facilitation by Dreissena. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37(4):632-641.
34204 Journal Article Dillon, R.T., and J.D. Robinson. 2011. The opposite of speciation: genetic relationships among the populations of Pleurocera (Gastropoda: Pleuroceridae) in Central Georgia. American Malacological Bulletin 29:159-168.
34194 Journal Article Dunithan, A., S. Jacquemin, and M. Pyron. 2012. Morphology of Elimia livescens (Mollusca: Pleuroceridae) in Indiana, U.S.A. covaries with environmental variation. American Malacological Bulletin 30:1-7.
13074 Journal Article Harman, W.N. 2000. Diminishing species richness of mollusks in Oneida Lake, New York State, USA. The Nautilus 114(3):120-126.
34837 Journal Article Krist, A.C. 2002. Crayfish induce a defensive shell shape in a freshwater snail. Invertebrate Biology 121(3):235-242.
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.
34833 Journal Article Nash, C.B. 1954. Heat death temperatures and exposure times of Goniobasis livescens. American Association for the Advancement of Science 119(3100):773-774.
35488 Journal Article Owen, D.A.S., A. Settineri, S.J. Jacquemin, and M. Pyron. 2013. On the contribution of allometry to morphological variation in a freshwater gastropod Elimia livescens. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 121(2):163-166.
34834 Journal Article Sallenave, R.M., K.E. Day, and D.P. Kreutzweiser. 1994. The role of grazers and shredders in the retention and downstream transport of a Pcb in lotic environments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 13(11):1843-1847.
34143 Journal Article Strong, E.E. 2005. A morphological reanalysis of Pleurocera acuta Rafinesque, 1831, and Elimia livescens (Menke, 1830) (Gastropoda: Cerithioidea: Pleurocerdidae). The Nautilus 119(4):119-132.
34844 Journal Article Tyron, G.W. 1865. Monograph of the family Stepomaitdae. American Journal of Conchology 1(4):299-341.
34200 Report U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2017. Liver Elimia Snail (Elimia livescens): Ecological risk screening summary. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.


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