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Emmett, R.L., S.A. Hinton, D.J. Logan, and G.T. McCabe, Jr. 2002. Introduction of a Siberian freshwater shrimp to western North America. Biological Invasions 4:447-450.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13587
Type: Journal Article
Author: Emmett, R.L., S.A. Hinton, D.J. Logan, and G.T. McCabe, Jr.
Date (year): 2002
Article Title:Introduction of a Siberian freshwater shrimp to western North America.
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Volume: 4
Issue:
Pages: 447-450
URL:
Keywords: Invertebrates crustaceans Exopalaemon modestus Siberian prawn shrimp San Francisco Bay California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Exopalaemon modestus

    OR - Big McNary Lake (Columbia River) at RKm 140.8
    OR - Big McNary Lake (Columbia River) at RKm 140.8
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    OR - Columbia River near Goble (RKm 120.3)
    WA - Columbia River at Puget Island (RKm 59.5)
    OR - Columbia River at Tunnel Hole (RKm 94.8)
    WA - Columbia River at Deer Island (RKm 126.6)
    OR - Columbia River at Beaver Terminal (RKm 86.1)
    OR - Columbia River at Tunnel Hole (RKm 94.8)
    WA - Columbia River at Miller Sands (RKm 38.4)
    OR - Columbia River and Woody Island (RKm 45.9)
    OR - Columbia River and Woody Island (RKm 45.9)
    OR - Willamette River at Meldrum Bar State Park
    OR - Willamette River across from Cedaroak Ramp
    OR - Columbia River at Scappose Bay
    OR - Columbia River at Cathlamet Bay


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