NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Dzialowski, A.R., W.J. O'Brien, and S.M. Swaffer. 2000. Range expansion and potential dispersal mechanisms of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi. Journal of Plankton Research 22(12):2205-2223.
Reference Number: 13845
Type: Journal Article
Author: Dzialowski, A.R., W.J. O'Brien, and S.M. Swaffer
Date (year): 2000
Article Title:Range expansion and potential dispersal mechanisms of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi.
Journal Name: Journal of Plankton Research
Keywords: Daphnia lumholtzi Kansas reservoir
Daphnia lumholtzi KS - Clinton Lake [=Reservoir] [just W of Lawrence] KS - Hillsdale Lake [=Reservoir, ~6 miles N of Paola] KS - Melvern Lake [just W of Melvern] KS - Pomona Lake [~5 miles W of Pomona, KS] KS - John Redmond Reservoir on the main stem of Neosho River KS - Fall River Lake [~3 miles NW of Fall River, KS] KS - Jeffrey Energy Center Auxiliary Make-Up Lake [~3 miles N of Belvue] KS - Jeffrey Energy Center Make-Up Lake [~4 miles N of Belvue] KS - Council Grove City Lake [just NW of Council Grove] KS - Wyandotte County Lake [~15 miles W of Kansas City, KS][Marshall Creek] KS - Lyon County State Lake [~6 miles W of Reading, KS][unnamed creek] KS - Pomona Lake [~5 miles W of Pomona, KS] KS - Melvern Lake [just W of Melvern] KS - Olathe Lake [just W of Olathe] [Cedar Creek] KS - Clinton Lake [just W of Lawrence, KS] KS - Hillsdale Lake [=Reservoir, ~6 miles N of Paola]
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/23/2021].
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