Reference List

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

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REFTypeCut-and-Paste Reference
16950 Journal Article Boycott, A.E. 1936. The habitats of fresh-water Mollusca in Britain. The Journal of Animal Ecology 5(1):116-186.
13564 Book Clarke, A.H. 1981. The freshwater molluscs of Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, Ottawa,.
16951 Report Corkum, L.D. 2000. Section 11.2 Non-indigenous invasive species in Lake Erie. Pp. 1-13 in Lake Erie Lakewide Management Plan. Lake Erie LaMP Work Group, Environment Canada and the U S Environmental Protection Agency.
16952 Journal Article Extence, C.A., D.M. Balbi, and R.P. Chadd. 1999. River flow indexing using British benthic macroinvertebrates: a framework for setting hydroecological objectives. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 15:543-574.
13596 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A., R.I. Colautti, E.L. Mills, K. Holeck, A.G. Ballert, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2003. Ballast-mediated animal introductions in the Laurentian Great Lakes: retrospective and prospective analyses. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:740-756.
16943 Journal Article Johnson, M.G., and D.H. Matheson. 1968. Macroinvertebrate communities of the sediments of Hamilton bay and adjacent Lake Ontario. Limnology and Oceanography 13(1):99-111.
16953 Journal Article Lopez G.R., and I.J. Holopainen. 1987. Interstitial suspension-feeding by Pisidium spp. (Pisidiidae: Bivalvia): A new guild in the lentic benthos? American Malacological Bulletin 5:21-30.
13007 Book Chapter MacIsaac, H.J. 1998. Biological invasions in Lake Erie: past, present and future. Pages 305-322 in Munawar, M., and T. Edsall, eds. The state of Lake Erie: past, present and future. Backhuys Publishers. Leiden, The Netherlands.
16954 Journal Article Mouthon, J. 1996. Molluscs and biodegradable pollution in rivers: proposal for a scale of sensitivity of species. Hydrobiologia 317:221-229.
16955 Journal Article Piechocki, A., and M. Strzelec. 1999. Ecology of Sphaeriidae (Bivalvia: Heterodonta) in sandy bottom sections of the Grabia River (C-Poland). Malacological Review Supplement 8:37-58.
16956 Journal Article Quinn, R.M., K.J. Gaston, and H.R. Arnold. 1996. Relative measures of geographic range size: empirical comparisons. Oecologia 107:179-188.
16957 Journal Article Reckendorfer, W., C. Baranyi, A. Funk, and F. Schiemer. 2006. Floodplain restoration by reinforcing hydrological connectivity: expected effects on aquatic mollusc communities. Journal of Applied Ecology 43(3):474-484.
16958 Journal Article Smit, H., J.A. van der Velden, and A. Klink. 1994. Macrozoobenthic assemblages in littoral sediments in the enclosed Rhine-Meuse Delta. Netherlands Journal of Aquatic Ecology 28(2):199-212.
19520 Journal Article Trebitz, A.S., C.W. West, J.C. Hoffman, J.R. Kelly, G.S. Peterson, and I.A. Grigorovich. 2010. Status of non-indigenous benthic invertebrates in the Duluth-Superior Harbor and the role of sampling methods in their detection. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(4):747-756.
16959 Journal Article Zettler, M. 1996. The aquatic malacofauna (Gastropoda et Bivalvia) in the catchment area of a north German lowland river, the Warnow. Limnologica 26(3):327-337.


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