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Levri, E.P., N. Macelko, B. Brindle, J.E. Levri, T.J. Dolney, and X. Li. 2020. The invasive New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (J.E. Gray, 1843) in central Pennsylvania. BioInvasions Records 9(1):109-119. https://www.reabic.net/journals/bir/2020/1/BIR_2020_Levri_etal.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 34159
Type: Journal Article
Author: Levri, E.P., N. Macelko, B. Brindle, J.E. Levri, T.J. Dolney, and X. Li
Date (year): 2020
Article Title:The invasive New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (J.E. Gray, 1843) in central Pennsylvania
Journal Name: BioInvasions Records
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 109-119
URL: https://www.reabic.net/journals/bir/2020/1/BIR_2020_Levri_etal.pdf
Keywords: Potamopyrgus antipodarum, New Zealand mud snail, New Zealand mudsnail, gastropods, Pennsylvania, spread rate, abundance, ecology, invasion history, life history
DOI: 10.3391/bir.2020.9.1.15
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Potamopyrgus antipodarum

    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Slab Cabin Run
    PA - Slab Cabin Run
    PA - Slab Cabin Run
    PA - Thompson Run
    PA - Thompson Run
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Thompson Run
    PA - Thompson Run
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Logan Branch
    PA - Slab Cabin Run
    PA - Logan Branch
    PA - Logan Branch
    PA - Logan Branch
    PA - Logan Branch
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Spring Creek
    PA - Buffalo Run
    PA - Buffalo Run
    PA - Buffalo Run


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