History and outcomes of opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, introductions in Colorado
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Denver, Colorado : Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2021.
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1 online resource (339 pages) : illustrations, maps
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"August 2021."
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Bibliography: pages 35-39.
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The Opossum Shrimp Mysis diluviana (formerly M. relicta, herein Mysis) is a small, shrimp-like crustacean native to cold, deep lakes in the Great Lakes region of the U.S. and Canada. Mysis were introduced to lakes and reservoirs to improve resources for sport fishes. Mysis had important effects on food webs, but few studies have examined the outcomes of the introductions in Colorado or the extent of potential invasions by natural dispersal or inadvertent transplants caused by water transfers. The present study was conducted during 2010-2019 to update the distribution and status of Mysis populations in Colorado.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Silver, D. B. (2021). History and outcomes of opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, introductions in Colorado . Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

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Silver, Douglas B. 2021. History and Outcomes of Opossum Shrimp, Mysis Diluviana, Introductions in Colorado. Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

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Silver, Douglas B. History and Outcomes of Opossum Shrimp, Mysis Diluviana, Introductions in Colorado Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2021.

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Silver, Douglas B. History and Outcomes of Opossum Shrimp, Mysis Diluviana, Introductions in Colorado Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2021.

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