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Claxton, W.T., A.B. Wilson, G.L. Mackie, and E.G. Boulding. 1998. A genetic and morphological comparison of shallow- and deep-water populations of the introduced dreissenid bivalve Dreissena bugensis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76(7):1269-1276.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13250
Type: Journal Article
Author: Claxton, W.T., A.B. Wilson, G.L. Mackie, and E.G. Boulding
Date (year): 1998
Article Title:A genetic and morphological comparison of shallow- and deep-water populations of the introduced dreissenid bivalve Dreissena bugensis.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 76
Issue: 7
Pages: 1269-1276
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Keywords: invertebrates, Dreissena bugensis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    ONT - Lake Erie, in Long Point Bay immediately offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station
    ONT - Lake Erie, Site 2, 15 km south of Site 1 (Site 1, Long Point Bay, immed. offshore of Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station)
    ONT - Lake Erie, Site 3, 25 km south of Site 1 (Site 1, Long Point Bay, immed. offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station)

Dreissena rostriformis bugensis

    ONT - Lake Erie, in Long Point Bay immediately offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station
    ONT - Lake Erie, Site 2, 15 km south of Site 1 (Site 1, Long Point Bay, immed. offshore of Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station)
    ONT - Lake Erie, Site 3, 25 km south of Site 1 (Site 1, Long Point Bay, immed. offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station)
    ONT - Lake Erie, in Long Point Bay immediately offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station
    ONT - Lake Erie, Site 3, 25 km south of Site 1 (Site 1, Long Point Bay, immed. offshore of the Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station)


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