NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Mills, E.L., M.D. Scheuerell, J.T. Carlton, and D.L. Strayer. 1997. Biological invasions in the Hudson River basin: an inventory and historical analysis. New York State Museum Circular 57:1-51.
Reference Number: 18054
Type: Journal Article
Author: Mills, E.L., M.D. Scheuerell, J.T. Carlton, and D.L. Strayer
Date (year): 1997
Article Title:Biological invasions in the Hudson River basin: an inventory and historical analysis.
Journal Name: New York State Museum Circular
Keywords: Rorippa sylvestris
Ambloplites rupestris NY - Hudson River
Bithynia tentaculata NY - Lake Ontario at Oswego, NY NY - Erie Canal, near Syracuse NY - Thompson Pond
Faxonius rusticus NY - Artificial pond about 6 mi west of Schenectady NY - Titicus River [see E of Croton Falls, NY] CT - Titicus River [see E of Croton Falls, NY]
Faxonius virilis NY - Hudson River basin near Saratoga Springs
Ichthyomyzon unicuspis NY - Hudson River at Stillwater NY - Hudson River near Albany NY - Hudson River near Nyack
Myriophyllum heterophyllum NY - Kanawauke Lake NY - West Point United States Military Academy Reservation NY - Lake Tiorati
Noturus miurus NY - Mohawk River at Lock 9, Rotterdam Junction NY - Mohawk River at Lock 7, Schenectady
Pisidium amnicum NY - Hudson River, at River Mile 141, 136.5, and 134 near Glenmont
Radix auricularia NY - Robinson Pond NY - Cambridge, a swamp near Cambridge
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