[Annelida] Request of Pdf copy - Sherfy and Thompson (2001)

Geoff Read via annelida%40net.bio.net (by Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz)
Sun Nov 11 21:39:48 EST 2012

Hello Izwandy Idris,

You could try the lead author himself.  This is the same person here.


Two pages might be just an abstract. He also presented similar-sounding work* on several occasions, but I never found a refereed paper when I looked on ASFA some time ago.  Haven't checked again.

* http://www.ridnis.ucdavis.edu/Workshop1_Summary.html

Failing that, you could try a more modern peer-reviewed work, and the references therein:

Kilian, Jay; Klauda, Ronald; Widman, Sarah; Kashiwagi, Michael; Bourquin, Rebecca; Weglein, Sara; Schuster, John. 2012. An assessment of a bait industry and angler behavior as a vector of invasive species. Biological invasions 14(7): 1469-1481.



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> Dear annelidans.
> Anybody has a pdf copy of the paper below?
> Sherfy M. H. and J. A. Thompson (2001). Potential risk of aquatic invasive
> species introduction due to international trade in live bait. In: J.
> Reaser (ed.), Preventing the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive
> species in North America. Workshop Proceedings, pp. 22-24.
> Will be grateful if a copy of this paper can be shared with me and other
> interested annelidans.
> Cheers,
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