Reference List

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

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14556 Journal Article Barton, D.R., and M. Griffiths. 1984. Benthic Invertebrates of the Nearshore Zone of the Eastern Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, and North Channel. Journal of Great Lakes Research 10(4):407-416.
13623 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A., A.V. Korniushin, D.K. Gray, I.C. Duggan, R.I. Colautti, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2003. Lake Superior: an invasion coldspot? Hydrobiologia 499(1-3):191-210.
23893 Book Chapter Hiltunen, J.K., and D.J. Klemm. 1985. Freshwater Naididae (Annelida: Oligochaeta). Page 24–43 in Klemm, D.J, ed. A guide to the freshwater Annelida (Polychaeta, naidid and tubificid Oligochaeta, and Hirudinea) of North America. Kendall/Hunt. Dubuque, IA.
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.
14558 Journal Article Montz, G.R. 1988. The occurrence of Ripistes parasita (Oligochaeta:Naididae) in Minnesota and its implications for benthic sampling. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7(2):160-162.
14102 Journal Article Simpson, K.W., and L .E. Abele. 1984. Ripistes parasita (Schmidt) (Oligochaeta: Naididae) a distinctive oligochaete new to North America. Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 3(1):36-41.
14097 Journal Article Spencer, D.R., and P.L. Hudson. 2003. The Oligochaeta (Annelida, Clitellata) of the St. Lawrence Great Lakes Region: an Update. Journal of Great Lakes Research 29(1):89-104.
14557 Journal Article Winnell, M.H., and D.J. Jude. 1987. Benthic Community Structure and Composition Among Rocky Habitats in the Great Lakes and Keuka Lake, New York. Journal of Great Lakes Research 13(1):3-17.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/24/2021].

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