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Brazner, J.C., and D.A. Jensen. 2000. Zebra mussel [Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas)] colonization of rusty crayfish [Orconectes rusticus (Girard)] in Green Bay, Lake Michigan. American Midland Naturalist 143(1):250-256. https://doi.org/10.1674/0003-0031(2000)143[0250:ZMDPPC]2.0.CO;2.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13214
Type: Journal Article
Author: Brazner, J.C., and D.A. Jensen
Date (year): 2000
Article Title:Zebra mussel [Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas)] colonization of rusty crayfish [Orconectes rusticus (Girard)] in Green Bay, Lake Michigan.
Journal Name: American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 143
Issue: 1
Pages: 250-256
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Keywords: invertebrates, Dreissena polymorpha, zebra mussel, Orconectes rusticus, rusty crayfish, Green Bay, Lake Michigan, Faxonius rusticus
DOI: 10.1674/0003-0031(2000)143[0250:ZMDPPC]2.0.CO;2
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    WI - Lake Michigan, in Green Bay's Peter's Marsh
    WI - Lake Michigan, in Green Bay's Peter's Marsh
    WI - Lake Michigan, at Green Bay's Long Tail Point
    WI - Lake Michigan, at Green Bay's Long Tail Point

Faxonius rusticus

    WI - Lake Michigan, in Green Bay's Peter's Marsh
    WI - Lake Michigan, in Green Bay's Peter's Marsh
    WI - Lake Michigan, at Green Bay's Long Tail Point
    WI - Lake Michigan, at Green Bay's Long Tail Point


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