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Diggins, T.P., M. Weimer, K.M. Stewart, R.E. Baier, A.E. Meyer, R.F. Forsberg, and M.A. Goehle. 2004. Epiphytic refugium: are two species of invading freshwater bivalves partitioning spatial resources? Biological Invasions 6(1):83-88.
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Reference Number: 20496
Type: Journal Article
Author: Diggins, T.P., M. Weimer, K.M. Stewart, R.E. Baier, A.E. Meyer, R.F. Forsberg, and M.A. Goehle
Date (year): 2004
Article Title:Epiphytic refugium: are two species of invading freshwater bivalves partitioning spatial resources?.
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Pages: 83-88
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Keywords: zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, quagga mussel, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis, bivalve
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