Cordylophora caspia
Cordylophora caspia
(freshwater hydroid)

14 results for Cordylophora caspia (freshwater hydroid)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1702490 AZMohaveArizona st., Lake Mohave, AZ/CA2015 15030101 Havasu-Mohave Lakes 
621189 CAContra CostaDelta - Antioch1930 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
621184 CAContra CostaDelta - Antioch1950 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1824 CAContra CostaSan Joaquin River at Antioch, CA1930 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
621190 CASacramentoDelta [general location]1966 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
621186 CASacramentoDelta [general location]2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
621193 CASan JoaquinDelta - Delta Mendota Canal1979 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1855 FL coastal waters1955 32006300 Bahamianestablished
1859 ILMasonIllinois River (R.M. 121) near Havana, Illinois1999 07130003 Lower Illinois-Lake Chautauquaestablished
153762 NY Hudson River, freshwater tidal reach north of River Mile 30 (~168km upriver)[near Haverstraw]1996 02030101 Lower Hudsonestablished
1784 OHLakeLake Erie at Chagrin Harbor, OH (mouth of Chagrin River)1956 04110003 Ashtabula-Chagrinestablished
162207 ORCoosCoos Bay [Coos River]2000 17100304 Coosestablished
250377 SC Coastal Areas2008 03050201 Cooperestablished
241057 WAKingDuwamish River, Turning Basin2000 17110013 Duwamishestablished

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