Reference List

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

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16110 Journal Article Korovchinsky, N.M. 2002. Description of two new species of Diaphanosoma Fisher, 1850 (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Sididae) from the United States and Canada and species richness of the genus in North America. Hydrobiologia 489:45-54.
31759 Journal Article Lopez, C., L. M. Soto, L. Davalos-Lind, and O. Lind. 2008. Occurrence of Diaphanosoma fluviatile Hansen 1899 (Cladocera: Sisidae) in two reservoirs in Central Texas. Southwestern Association of Naturalists 53(3):412-414.
31712 News Stanton, A. 2018. Cornell University detects two new non-native zooplankton species in western Lake Erie. Cornell University Biological Field Station at Shackelton Point. Bridgeport, NY. https://cbfs.dnr.cornell.edu/sites/cbfs.dnr.cornell.edu/files/shared/CBFS%20Lake%20Erie%20zooplankton%20detection.pdf. Created on 08/08/2018. Accessed on 08/08/2018.
32058 Report US Fish and Wildlife Service. 2018. Diaphanosoma fluviatile (a cladoceran, no common name), ecological risk screening summary. US Fish and Wildlife Service. https://www.fws.gov/fisheries/ANS/erss/uncertainrisk/ERSS-Diaphanosoma-fluviatile-final-July2018.pdf.
34032 Journal Article Whitmore, E.A., J.K. Connolly, K. Van Damme, J.M. Watkins, E.K. Hinchey, and L.G. Rudstam. 2019. First record of the Neotropical cladoceran Diaphanosoma fluviatile Hansen, 1899 in the Great Lakes basin. BioInvasions Records 8(3):614-622. https://www.reabic.net/journals/bir/2019/3/BIR_2019_Whitmore_etal.pdf.



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