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Havel, J.E., W.R. Mabee, and J.R. Jones. 1995. Invasion of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi into North American reservoirs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52:151-160.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9154
Type: Journal Article
Author: Havel, J.E., W.R. Mabee, and J.R. Jones
Date (year): 1995
Article Title:Invasion of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi into North American reservoirs.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 52
Issue:
Pages: 151-160
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Keywords: Daphnia lumholtzi cladoceran Missouri distribution
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Daphnia lumholtzi

    MO - Thomas Hill Reservoir (Little Chariton River) in northcentral Missouri
    MO - Harrisonville Reservoir in westcentral Missouri [several miles N of Harrisonville]
    MO - Montrose Reservoir (Deepwater Creek) in west central Missouri.
    MO - Lake of the Ozarks
    MO - Atkinson Lake (Osage River) [just E of Schell City, MO]
    MO - Pomme de Terre Reservoir in southwest Missouri [just S of Hermitage]
    MO - Stockton Reservoir in SW Missouri
    MO - Thomas Hill Reservoir (Little Chariton River) in northcentral Missouri.
    MO - Montrose Reservoir (Deepwater Creek) in west central Missouri.
    MO - Lake of the Ozarks
    MO - Pomme de Terre Reservoir in southwest Missouri [just S of Hermitage]
    MO - Stockton Reservoir in SW Missouri
    MO - Monroe Reservoir in northeast Missouri [just S of Monroe].
    MO - Mark Twain Reservoir (Salt River)
    MO - Nehai Tonayea Reservoir [~10 mi. N of Keytesville, MO]
    MO - Osage River below Harry S. Truman Reservoir [near Warsaw, MO]
    MO - Bull Shoals Reservoir [White River]
    MO - Norfork Lake
    MO - Atkinson Lake (Osage River) [just E of Schell City, MO]
    MO - Bull Shoals Reservoir [White River]
    MO - Harrisonville Reservoir in westcentral Missouri [several miles N of Harrisonville]


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