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Toft, J.D., J.R. Cordell, and W.C. Fields. 2002. New records of crustaceans (Amphipoda, Isopoda) in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, California, and application of criteria for introduced species. Journal of Crustacean Biology 22(1):190-200.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13720
Type: Journal Article
Author: Toft, J.D., J.R. Cordell, and W.C. Fields
Date (year): 2002
Article Title:New records of crustaceans (Amphipoda, Isopoda) in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, California, and application of criteria for introduced species.
Journal Name: Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 190-200
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Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, amphipods, isopods, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Asellus hilgendorfii

    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, upper Mandeville Island tip, natural wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.

Caecidotea racovitzai

    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Donlon Island, Donlon Lake, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Mildred Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Kimball Island, just of Sherman Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - Sand Mound Slough, about 1.3 miles southwest of Franks Tract
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, upper Mandeville Island tip, natural wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.

Crangonyx floridanus

    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Brown's Island, natural wetland.
    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Donlon Island, Donlon Lake, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Kimball Island, just of Sherman Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - Sand Mound Slough, about 1.3 miles southwest of Franks Tract
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, upper Mandeville Island tip, natural wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.

Eichhornia crassipes

    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Donlon Island, Donlon Lake, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Kimball Island, just of Sherman Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, upper Mandeville Island tip, natural wetland.
    CA - Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Brown's Island, natural wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Mildred Island, restoring wetland.

Lepomis macrochirus

    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, Venice Cut, southeastern end of Venice Island, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.
    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, upper Mandeville Island tip, natural wetland.

Micropterus salmoides

    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.

Morone saxatilis

    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    CA - San Joaquin River Delta, lower Manderville Island tip, restoring wetland.


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