NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Havel, J.E., J.B. Shurin, and J.R. Jones. 2002. Estimating dispersal from patterns of spread: spatial and local control of invasion by Daphnia lumholtzi in Missouri lakes. Ecology 83(12):3306-3318.
Reference Number: 14121
Type: Journal Article
Author: Havel, J.E., J.B. Shurin, and J.R. Jones
Date (year): 2002
Article Title:Estimating dispersal from patterns of spread: spatial and local control of invasion by Daphnia lumholtzi in Missouri lakes.
Journal Name: Ecology
Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, Daphnia lumholtzi, Missouri
Daphnia lumholtzi MO - Austin Lake MO - Bethany Reservoir MO - Blue Springs Lake MO - Brookfield Lake MO - Bushwacker Lake [just SE of Bronaugh, MO] MO - Lake Contrary MO - Rogers Lake MO - Edina Reservoir MO - Fellows Lake MO - Fourche (Creek) Lake MO - Hamilton Reservoir MO - Harmony Mission Lake Conservation Area [~3 mi SW of Rich Hill] MO - Hunnewell Lake MO - LIttle Dixie Lake MO - Longview Lake [just SE of Kansas City, MO] MO - Lake Lotawana [several miles east of Lee's Summit, MO] MO - Maple Leaf Lake [Conservation Area][~9 mi E of Odessa, MO] MO - Marceline Reservoir MO - Maysville Reservoir MO - McDaniel Lake MO - Noblett Lake MO - Edwin A. Pape Lake MO - Prairie Lee Lake MO - Raintree Lake MO - S-13 [a reservoir most likely in the Blackwater drainage] MO - S-15 [a reservoir most likely in the Moreau drainage] MO - S-19 [a reservoir most likely in the Blackwater drainage] MO - Sugar Creek Lake MO - Table Rock Lake MO - White River, at Lake Taneycomo MO - Teteseau Lake MO - Lake Thunderhead [near Unionville, MO] MO - Tri-City Lake [~3 mi WSW of Centralia, MO] MO - Lake Viking MO - Lake Wapapello MO - Westmorland Lake [=Helvely Park Lake] MO - Lake Winnebago [~5 mi NW of Pleasant Hill] NE - Harlan County Reservoir
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/22/2021].
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