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Palmer, M.E., and A. Ricciardi. 2004. Physical factors affecting the relative abundance of native and invasive amphipods in the St. Lawrence River. Canadian Journal of Zoology 82(12):1886-1893.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16376
Type: Journal Article
Author: Palmer, M.E., and A. Ricciardi
Date (year): 2004
Article Title:Physical factors affecting the relative abundance of native and invasive amphipods in the St. Lawrence River.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 82
Issue: 12
Pages: 1886-1893
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Keywords: Echinogammarus ischnus, Chaetogammarus ischnus, gammarid amphipod, St. Lawrence River Gammarus fasciatus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Echinogammarus ischnus

    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Valois Bay, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Summerlea, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Lachine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Lyette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at 78 site, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at 40 site, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Senecal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Allard, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Parc Richard, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Chateauguay, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    ONT - St. Lawrence River, at Prescott, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - St. Lawrence River, at Iroquois, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - St. Lawrence River, at Moulinette, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - St. Lawrence River, at Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at St. Anicet, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Ile Perrot, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at St. Louis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    QUE - St. Lawrence River, at Bord de l'eau, Montreal, Quebec, Canada


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