Cordylophora caspia
Cordylophora caspia
(a freshwater hydroid)

8 results for Cordylophora caspia (a freshwater hydroid)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
162206 CA San Francisco Bay drainage2000 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
159378 MAFranklinConnecticut River, near Gill, Massachusetts2000 01080201 Middle Connecticutestablished
162209 MD Chesapeake Bay2000 02060001 Upper Chesapeake Bayestablished
162207 ORCoosCoos Bay [Coos River]2000 17100304 Coosestablished
162208 WA Puget Sound2000 17110019 Puget Soundestablished
241057 WAKingDuwamish River, Turning Basin2000 17110013 Duwamishestablished
241191 WAPacificWillapa Bay, Bear River Pilings2000 17100106 Willapa Bayestablished
241190 WAPacificWillapa Bay, Upper Palix River2000 17100106 Willapa Bayestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/22/2021].

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