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Ruiz, G.M., P.W. Fofonoff, J.T. Carlton, M.J. Wonham, and A.H. Hines. 2000. Invasion of coastal marine communities in North America: Apparent patterns, processes, and biases. Annual Review of Ecological Systematics 31:481-531.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13201
Type: Journal Article
Author: Ruiz, G.M., P.W. Fofonoff, J.T. Carlton, M.J. Wonham, and A.H. Hines
Date (year): 2000
Article Title:Invasion of coastal marine communities in North America: Apparent patterns, processes, and biases.
Journal Name: Annual Review of Ecological Systematics
Volume: 31
Issue:
Pages: 481-531
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Keywords: invertebrates, invasion resistance, disturbance Argulus japonicus Japanese fishlouse parasite copepod Carassius auratus goldfish carp, Procambarus clarkii, red swamp crayfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Argulus japonicus

    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Bithynia tentaculata

    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Blackfordia virginica

    OR - Coos Bay [Coos River]

Carcinus maenas

    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Cipangopaludina chinensis

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage
    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Corbicula fluminea

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage
    OR - Coos Bay [Coos River]

Cordylophora caspia

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage
    OR - Coos Bay [Coos River]
    WA - Puget Sound
    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Faxonius virilis

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Limnoithona sinensis

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Limnoithona tetraspina

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Melanoides tuberculata

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Procambarus clarkii

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage
    MD - Chesapeake Bay

Pseudodiaptomus forbesi

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Sinocalanus doerri

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Urnatella gracilis

    CA - San Francisco Bay drainage

Viviparus georgianus

    VA - lower Potomac drainage


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