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Cordell, J.R., S.M. Bollens, R. Draheim, and M. Sytsma. 2008. Asian copepods on the move: recent invasions in the Columbia-Snake River system, USA. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65:753-758.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17520
Type: Journal Article
Author: Cordell, J.R., S.M. Bollens, R. Draheim, and M. Sytsma
Date (year): 2008
Article Title:Asian copepods on the move: recent invasions in the Columbia-Snake River system, USA.
Journal Name: ICES Journal of Marine Science
Volume: 65
Issue:
Pages: 753-758
URL:
Keywords: invertebrate, crustacean, copepod, Pseudodiaptomus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pseudodiaptomus forbesi

    OR - Columbia River, Government Cove just east of Cascade Locks
    OR - Columbia River, approx. 3 miles east of Rowena
    OR - Columbia river, just west of the confluence of the Hood River
    OR - Columbia River, between the mouth of the John Day River and the John Day Dam
    WA - Columbia River, near southwestern tip of Crow Butte State Park
    OR - Columbia River, McNary
    WA - Columbia River, near Cold Springs Junction
    OR - Columbia River, near Arlington
    OR - Umatilla River, where it empties into the Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River, near Irrigon
    WA - Columbia River, near Kennewick (just north of the Union Pacific Railroad bridge)
    WA - Columbia River, north of Badger Island
    WA - Columbia River, at the mouth of the Walla Walla River
    WA - Columbia River, at the confluence Snake River
    WA - Snake River, between Scott and Windust
    WA - Snake River, between Scott and Windust
    OR - Columbia River, near Hammond
    OR - Columbia River, just west of Astoria Bridge
    OR - Columbia River, Cathlamet Bay, near Lois Island
    OR - Columbia River, Bradbury Slough
    WA - Columbia River, near Fort Vancouver National Historic Site


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