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Haltiner, L., H. Zhang, O. Anneville, L. De Ventura, J.T. DeWebber, J. Hesselschwerdt, M. Koss, S. Rasconi, K. Rothhaupt, R. Schick, R. Schmidt, P. Spaak, P. Teiber-Siessegge, M. Wessells, M. Zeh, and S.R. Dennis. 2022. The distribution and spread of quagga mussels in perialpine lakes north of the Alps. Aquatic Invasions 17(2):153-173. https://www.reabic.net/aquaticinvasions/2022/AI_2022_Haltiner_etal.pdf.
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Reference Number: 42296
Type: Journal Article
Author: Haltiner, L., H. Zhang, O. Anneville, L. De Ventura, J.T. DeWebber, J. Hesselschwerdt, M. Koss, S. Rasconi, K. Rothhaupt, R. Schick, R. Schmidt, P. Spaak, P. Teiber-Siessegge, M. Wessells, M. Zeh, and S.R. Dennis.
Date (year): 2022
Article Title:The distribution and spread of quagga mussels in perialpine lakes north of the Alps
Journal Name: Aquatic Invasions
Volume: 17
Issue: 2
Pages: 153-173
URL: https://www.reabic.net/aquaticinvasions/2022/AI_2022_Haltiner_etal.pdf
Keywords: quagga mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, zebra mussel, Dreissena density, Dreissena bugensis, veliger phenology, monitoring, Lake Constance, Alps
DOI: 10.3391/ai.2022.17.2.02
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