NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Bur, M.T., D.M. Klarer, and K.A. Krieger. 1986. First records of a European cladoceran, Bythotrephes cederstroemi, in lakes Erie and Huron. Journal of Great Lakes Research 12(2):144-146.
Reference Number: 14015
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bur, M.T., D.M. Klarer, and K.A. Krieger
Date (year): 1986
Article Title:First records of a European cladoceran, Bythotrephes cederstroemi, in lakes Erie and Huron.
Journal Name: Journal of Great Lakes Research
Keywords: Zooplankton, taxonomy, species composition, cladoceran, Bythotrephes cederstroemi
Bythotrephes longimanus NY - Lake Erie at Dunkirk, NY, nearshore at the 7 to 8 m contour OH - Lake Erie at Ashtabula, OH, nearshore at the 6 to 12 m contour NY - Lake Erie at Buffalo, NY, nearshore at the 11 to 12 m contour OH - Lake Erie at Cleveland, OH, nearshore at the 9 to 12 m contour OH - Lake Erie at Lorain, OH, nearshore at the 9 to 12 m contour OH - Lake Erie at Huron, OH, nearshore at the 6 to 12 m contour OH - Lake Erie, mid-lake in western and central basins, and westernmost portion of eastern basins OH - Lake Erie at Lorain Harbor, Lorain MI - Lake Huron, southern part
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