NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Branstrator, D.K., M.E. Brown, L.J. Shannon, M. Thabes, and K. Heimgartner. 2006. Range expansion of Bythotrephes longimanus in North America: evaluating habitat characteristics in the spread of an exotic zooplankter. Biological Invasions 8:1367-1379.
Reference Number: 15887
Type: Journal Article
Author: Branstrator, D.K., M.E. Brown, L.J. Shannon, M. Thabes, and K. Heimgartner
Date (year): 2006
Article Title:Range expansion of Bythotrephes longimanus in North America: evaluating habitat characteristics in the spread of an exotic zooplankter.
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, Bythotrephes longimanus, spiny waterflea, Minnesota
Bythotrephes longimanus MN - Greenwood Lake (in the Gunflint Trail area lakes near the Canadian border) MN - Flour Lake (in the Gunflint Trail area lakes near the Canadian border) MN - Caribou Lake [in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness W of Pine Lake and S of Clearwater Lake] MN - McFarland Lake [Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness near Canadian border] MN - Pine Lake [Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness near border with Canada]
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