Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi
(freshwater jellyfish)

12 results for Craspedacusta sowerbyi (freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1406687 MIBarryClear Lake1958 4050007 Thornappleunknown
236401 MIBarryClear Lake, near Dowling, near Road M-371996 4050007 Thornappleunknown
236402 MIBarryClear Lake, near Dowling, near Road M-372005 4050007 Thornappleunknown
155703 MIBarryCloverdale Lake near Delton2002 4050007 Thornappleunknown
236404 MIBarryFine Lake, near Banfield or Bedford, Hickory Rd, M-372005 4050007 Thornappleunknown
155747 MIBarryLake 21 near Hastings2002 4050007 Thornappleunknown
236405 MIBarryLake, near Sharp Park or Sharp campground, near Middleville, Rt. 1922005 4050007 Thornappleunknown
1406693 MIBarryOtis Lake1959 4050007 Thornappleunknown
1406694 MIBarryOtis Lake1961 4050007 Thornappleunknown
236286 MIBarryTurner Lake, near Middleville, M372005 4050007 Thornappleunknown
155765 MIBarryWall Lake1994 4050007 Thornappleunknown
168389 MIBarryWall Lake2005 4050007 Thornappleunknown

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