speciesspecies_IDSpeciesGroupSpeciesCommon_NameScientificName
2792Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodApocyclops dengizicus
2898Crustaceans-CopepodscopepodArctodiaptomus dorsalis
166Crustaceans-CopepodsJapanese fishlouseArgulus japonicus
2790Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodBryocyclops muscicola
2756Crustaceans-Copepods Florida crangonyctid, a freshwater amphipodCrangonyx floridanus
2711Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodCyclops strenuus
2772Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodElaphoidella bidens bidens
178Crustaceans-Copepodsa calanoid copepodEurytemora affinis
2755Crustaceans-Copepodsharpacticoid copepodHarpacticella paradoxa
2659Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodHeteropsyllus nr nunni
2371Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodHeteropsyllus nunni
2875Crustaceans-Copepodsanchor wormLernaea cyprinacea
171Crustaceans-CopepodsAsian copepodLimnoithona sinensis
172Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodLimnoithona tetraspina
2723Crustaceans-Copepodsa cyclopoid copepodMegacyclops viridis
2795Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodMesocyclops ogunnus
2794Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodMesocyclops pehpeiensis
2595Crustaceans-Copepodsa parasitic copepodNeoergasilus japonicus
2372Crustaceans-Copepodsa harpacticoid copepodNitokra hibernica
2373Crustaceans-Copepodsa harpacticoid copepodNitokra incerta
2791Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodParacyclops bromeliacola
175Crustaceans-Copepodsa calanoid copepodPseudodiaptomus forbesi
3247Crustaceans-Copepodsgill liceSalmincola californiensis
2932Crustaceans-Copepodsgill liceSalmincola edwardsii
2716Crustaceans-Copepodsa parasitic copepodSalmincola lotae
2374Crustaceans-Copepodsan oarsmanSchizopera borutzkyi
168Crustaceans-CopepodsAsian calanoid copepodSinocalanus doerri
2887Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodSinodiaptomus sarsi
2849Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodSinodiaptomus valkanovi
169Crustaceans-Copepodsa calanoid copepodSkistodiaptomus pallidus
2750Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodTachidius triangularis
2793Crustaceans-Copepodsa copepodThermocyclops crassus

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The data represented on this site vary in accuracy, scale, completeness, extent of coverage and origin. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. We highly recommend reviewing metadata files prior to interpreting these data.

Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/15/2019].

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