Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi
(freshwater jellyfish)

9 results for Craspedacusta sowerbyi (freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
236285 MILakeBassford Lake, near Baldwin, near M-372003 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
155449 MILakeBig Star Lake near Baldwin and Hwy 371999 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
168368 MILakeBig Star Lake near Baldwin and Hwy 372003 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
168369 MILakeBig Star Lake near Baldwin and Hwy 372005 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
155722 MILakeL Lake # 1 Baldwin2002 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
155713 MIMasonGun Lake [~12 mi SE of Manistee]2006 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
155708 MINewaygoDiamond Lake2002 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
236406 MINewaygoPettibone Lake, near Lilley, Pettibone Lake Rd2005 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteunknown
238969 MINewaygoPettibone Lake, near Lilley, Pettibone Lake Rd2007 4060101 Pere Marquette-Whiteestablished

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