Reference List

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

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31483 Database Angradi, T.R. 2018. Nonindigenous mollusks and amphipods in the upper Mississippi drainage. US Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, MN. Created on 06/12/2018.
16385 Journal Article Bailey, R.J.E., J.T.A. Dick, R.W. Elwood, and C. MacNeil. 2006. Predatory interactions between the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus and the native opossum shrimp Mysis relicta. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(2):393-405.
16386 Journal Article Barlocher, F., and C.W. Porter. 1986. Digestive enzymes and feeding strategies of three stream invertebrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 5(1):58-66.
16387 Journal Article Bousfield, E.L. 1969. New records of Gammarus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from the middle Atlantic region. Chesapeake Science 10(1):1-17.
27221 Database Brady, V. 2015. Great Lakes Coastal Monitoring Project: inverts dataset (through 2013). Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office, Chicago, IL.
16388 Journal Article Chambers, M.R. 1977. The population ecology of Gammarus tigrinus in the reed beds of the Tjeukemeer, Netherlands. Hydrobiologia 53(2):155-164.
16389 Journal Article Dick, J.T.A. 1996. Post-invasion amphipod communities of Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland: influences of habitat selection and mutual predation. Journal of Animal Ecology 65(6):756-767.
16390 Journal Article Dick, J.T.A., and D. Platvoet. 2000. Invading predatory crustacean Dikerogammarus villosus eliminates both native and exotic species. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 267(1442):977-983.
16391 Journal Article Dodson, J.J., J.-C. Dauvin, and B. D’Anglejan. 1989. Abundance of larval rainbow smelt Osmerus mordax in relation to the maximum turbidity zone and associated macroplanktonic fauna of the middle St. Lawrence estuary, Canada. Estuaries 12(2):66-81.
25935 Database Field Museum of Natural History. 2013. Field Museum of Natural History invertebrate collection. Accessed through GBIF data portal, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. Created on 07/17/2012. Accessed on 04/10/2013.
26212 Database GBIF. 2013. Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Accessed on 05/01/2013.
16392 Journal Article Ginn, T. C, W.T. Waller, and G.J. Lauer. 1976. Survival and reproduction of Gammarus spp. (Amphipoda) following short-term exposure to elevated temperatures. Chesapeake Science 17(1):8-14.
16177 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A., M. Kang, and J.J.H. Ciborowski. 2005. Colonization of the Laurentian Great Lakes by the amphipod Gammarus tigrinus, a native of the North American Atlantic Coast. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31:333-342.
27544 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A., T.R. Angradi, E.B. Emery, and M.S. Wooten. 2008. Invasion of the upper Mississippi River system by saltwater amphipods. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 173(1):67-77.
36489 Journal Article Herkül, K., J. Kotta, T. Püss, and I. Kotta. 2009. Crustacean invasions in the Estonian coastal sea. Estonian Journal of Ecology 58(4):4.
16393 Journal Article Hunte, W., and R.A. Myers. 1984. Phototaxis and cannibalism in gammaridean amphipods. Marine Biology (Berlin) 81(1):75-80.
16394 Journal Article Kelly, D.W., J.R. Muirhead, D.D. Heath, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2006. Contrasting patterns in genetic diversity following multiple invasions of fresh and brackish waters. Molecular Ecology 15(12):3641-3653.
24641 Journal Article Kotta, J., H. Orav-Kotta, and K. Herkül. 2010. Separate and combined effects of habitat-specific fish predation on the survival of invasive and native gammarids. Journal of Sea Research 64(3):369-372.
16395 Journal Article MacNeil, C., E. Bigsby, J.T.A. Dick, H.B.N. Hynes, M.J. Hatcher, and A.M. Dunn. 2003. Temporal changes in the distribution of native and introduced freshwater amphipods in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 157(3):379-395.
16396 Journal Article MacNeil, C., J.T.A. Dick, R.W. Elwood, and W.I. Montgomery. 2001. Coexistence among native and introduced freshwater amphipods (Crustacea); habitat utilization patterns in littoral habitats. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 151(4):591-607.
36945 Journal Article Messiaen, M., K. Lock, W. Gabriels, T. Vercauteren, K. Wouters, P. Boets, and P.L.M. Goethals. 2010. Alien macrocrustaceans in freshwater ecosystems in the eastern part of Flanders (Belgium). Belgian Journal of Zoology 140(1):1.
27950 Database Michigan State University Board of Trustees. 2019. Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN). Michigan State University. Department of Entomology - Applied Spatial Ecology and Technical Services Laboratory, East Lansing, MI.
24643 Journal Article Orav-Kotta, H., J. Kotta, K. Herkül, I. Kotta, and T. Paalme. 2009. 2009. Seasonal variability in the grazing potential of the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus and the native amphipod Gammarus salinus (Amphipoda: Crustacea) in the northern Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 11(3):597-608.
37147 Journal Article Pellan, L., V. Médcoc, D. Renault, T. Spataro, and C. Piscart. 2016. Feeding choice and predation pressure of two invasive gammarids, Gammarus tigrinus and Dikerogammarus villosus, under increasing temperature. Hydrobiologia 781(1):1.
24644 Journal Article Pinkster, S., H. Smit, and N. Brandse-de Jong. 1977. The introduction of the alien amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in the Netherlands and its competition with indigenous species. Crustaceana Supplement 4:91-105.
37179 Journal Article Platvoet, D., J.T.A. Dick, C. MacNeil, M. van Riel, and G. van der Velde. 2009. Invader–invader interactions in relation to environmental heterogeneity leads to zonation of two invasive amphipods, Dikerogammarus villosus (Sowinsky) and Gammarus tigrinus Sexton: amphipod pilot species project (AMPIS) report 6. Biological Invasions 11(9):9.
16397 Journal Article Samuel, G., and W.L. Bullock. 1981. Life cycle of Paratenuisentis ambiguous (Acanthocephala, Tenuisentidae). Journal of Parasitology 67(2):214-217.
24645 Journal Article Savage, A.A. 2000. Community structure during a 27-year study of the macroinvertebrate fauna of a chemically unstable lake. Hydrobiologia 421:115-127.
37878 Journal Article Spikkeland, I., J.B. Olsen, R. Kasbo, K.M. Olsen, and J.P. Nilssen. 2020. The invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 conquering the north of Europe using a new pathway: the first recordings from Norway. Fauna norvegica 40.
39202 Journal Article Strode, E., N.A. Berezina, M. Kalnins, and M. Balode. 2013. New records of the amphipods Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 and Pontogammarus robustoides G.O. Sars, 1894 in Latvian waters of the Baltic Sea. International Journal of Field Research on Biological Invasions 2(1):63-68.
13723 Journal Article Szaniawska, A., T. Lapucki, and M. Normant. 2003. The invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in Puck Bay. Oceanologia 45(3):507-510.
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.
18779 Report U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). 2008. Predicting future introductions of nonindigenous species to the Great Lakes. Environmental Protection Agency.
16398 Journal Article Wawrzyniak-Wydrowska, B., and P. Gruszka. 2005. Population dynamics of alien gammarid species in the River Odra estuary. Hydrobiologia 539(1):13-25.
16383 Journal Article Wijnhoven, S., M.C. van Riel, and G. van der Velde. 2003. Exotic and indigenous freshwater gammarid species: physiological tolerance to water temperature in relation to ionic content of the water. Aquatic Ecology 37(2):151-158.
16399 Journal Article Winn, R.N., and D.M. Knott. 1992. An evaluation of the survival of experimental populations exposed to hypoxia in the Savannah River estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 88(2-3):161-179.


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