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Lee, C.E. 1999. Rapid and Repeated Invasion of Fresh Water by the Copepod Eurytemora affinis. Evolution 53(5):1423-1434.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13541
Type: Journal Article
Author: Lee, C.E.
Date (year): 1999
Article Title:Rapid and Repeated Invasion of Fresh Water by the Copepod Eurytemora affinis.
Journal Name: Evolution
Volume: 53
Issue: 5
Pages: 1423-1434
URL:
Keywords: Eurytemora affinis, copepod
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Eurytemora affinis

    NY - Lake Ontario
    MA - Johns Pond
    NC - Sutton
    MS - Horn, Mississippi River System, Oxbow lakes
    MS - Black Bayou, Yazoo drainage
    MS - Beulah, Mississippi River System, Oxbow lakes
    LA - Lake Providence
    KY - Ohio River in the McAlpine Pool [~R.M. 607]
    IL - Heidecke Lake (Collins)
    AR - Merrisach Lake
    AR - Arkansas River at Dardanelle Reservoir
    AR - Nimrod Lake
    OK - Kerr Reservoir
    OK - Lake Eufaula
    OK - Arcadia Lake
    OK - Keystone Lake
    OK - Lake Texoma
    OK - Lake Murray
    OK - Lake of the Arbuckles
    OK - Waurika Lake [~4 mi N of Waurika, OK]
    OK - Clear Creek Lake
    OK - Duncan Lake
    OK - Lake Humphreys [~5 mi NE of Duncan, OK]
    OK - Lake Taylor
    TX - Meredith Reservoir [Lake]
    TX - Travis Reservoir
    NM - Lake Avalon
    CA - Lake Merced (San Francisco water supply)


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