Reference List

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

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32155 Report Anonymous. 2018. Lake Superior Research Institute documents non-native zooplankton in Western Lake Superior. University of Wisconsin Superior, Superior, WI.
16245 Journal Article Garza, E.L., and R.L. Whitman. 2004. The nearshore benthic invertebrate community of southern Lake Michigan and its response to beach nourishment. Journal of Great Lakes Research 30(1):114-122.
26239 Report GLMRIS. 2012. Appendix C: Inventory of available controls for aquatic nuisance species of concern, Chicago Area Waterway System. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
29117 Journal Article Grippo, M.A., I. Hlohowskyj, L. Fox, B. Herman, J. Pothoff, C. Yoe, and J. Hayse. 2017. Aquatic Nuisance Species in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Basin—A Risk Assessment in Support of GLMRIS. Environmental Management 59:154-173.
16246 Journal Article Horvath, T.G., R.L. Whitman, and L.L. Last. 2001. Establishment of two invasive crustaceans (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) in the nearshore sands of Lake Michigan. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences(58):1261-1264.
16247 Web Page Lesko, L.T., P.L. Hudson, J.W. Reid, and M.A. Chriscinske. 2003. Harpacticoid copepods of the Laurentian Great Lakes.
16248 Journal Article Monchenko, V.I. 1967. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Gattung Schizopera (Crustacea, Harpacticoida) im Schwarzen Meer. Zoologischer Anzeiger(178):367-374.
16249 Journal Article Monchenko, V.I. 1974. New data on the distribution of rare harpacticoids off the northwestern shores of the Black Sea. Hydrobiologia 10(5):78-80.
16250 Journal Article Monchenko, V.I. 1995. Harpacticoida of River Dnieper (results of faunistic studies). Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 31(5):33-37.
16251 Journal Article Panov, V.E., P.I. Krylov, and N. Riccardi. 2004. Role of diapause in dispersal and invasion success by aquatic invertebrates. Journal of Limnology 63(Suppl 1):56-69.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/26/2022].

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