The following species of crustacea were collected in a survey of the environs of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada: Crangonyx gracilis Smith, Gammarus duebeni Lilly, Gammarus lawrencianus Bousfield, Gammarus oceanicus Segerstrale, Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, Hyale nilssoni Rathke, Hyalella azteca Sauss., Jaera albifrons Leach, Marinogammarus finmarchicus Dahl, Marinogammarus obtusatus Dahl and Marinogammarus stoerensis Reid: Hyalella azteca was the predominant species in purely fresh water lakes; Gammarus tigrinus predominated in fresh to brackish waters; and Hyale nilssoni appeared to be the dominant species from marine sources.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Coleman, Richard W.
"Crustacea of the Environs of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 74:
, Article 38.
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