Talk:Daphnia lumholtzi

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Physiology Project[edit]

Hello, I am a student at the University of Connecticut, and as a part of one of my classes I will be adding some information about the physiology of D. lumholtzi to this article. Here are some of the sources I plan on using:

Cherifi O, Chifaa A, and Tifnouti A. 1994. “Etude de regime alimentaire de cinq especes de Cladoceres dans la retenue Lalla Takerkoust”. International Journal of Limnology 30: 285-296.

Davidson NL and Kelso WE. 1997. “The exotic daphnid, Daphnia lumholtzi, in a Louisiana river-swamp”. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 12: 431-435.

Devries DR, Devries TS, and Wright RA. 2006. “Daphnia lumholtzi in the mobile river drainage, USA: invasion of a habitat that experiences salinity”. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 21: 527-530.

Engel K and Tollrian R. 2012. “Competitive ability, thermal tolerance and invasion success in exotic Daphnia lumholtzi”. Journal of Plankton Research 34: 92-97.

Havel JE and Lampert W. 2006. “Habitat partitioning of native and exotic Daphnia in gradients of temperature and food: mesocosm experiments”. Freshwater Biology 51: 487-498.

Lennon JT, Smith VH, and Williams K. 2001. “Influence of temperature on exotic Daphnia lumholtzi and implication for invasion success”. Journal of Plankton Research 23: 425-434.

Yurista PM. 2004. “Bioenergetic of a semi-tropical Cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtzi”. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19: 681-694. JacobMwiki (talk) 07:05, 31 March 2016 (UTC)

Update 4/28[edit]

Hello, it is nearing the end of the semester in which I've worked on my addition to this article and I am preparing to post it to the article soon. My addition can be found on my sandbox at if you would like to review it and make any comments before I incorporate it into the article. It is formatted into a number of subheadings in order to match the format of the "Ecology" section that is currently in this article. You may also notice that their are topics in my addition that somewhat overlap with what is said in the "Ecology" section, such as temperature and ephippia, but I am not completely sure how to resolve this as these topics are relevant are relevant to both ecology and physiology. Again, please let me know if you have any suggestions. JacobMwiki (talk) 00:40, 29 April 2016 (UTC)

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