Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi
(a freshwater jellyfish)
Coelenterates-Hydrozoans
Exotic

7 results for Craspedacusta sowerbyi (a freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
236472 MOFranklinLost Valley Lakes, near Luebering2003 07140104 Bigunknown
236447 MOJeffersonLake, Hillsboro2003 07140104 Bigunknown
236446 MOSt. FrancoisCedar Lake, near Bonne Terre, Rts 61/671999 07140104 Bigunknown
236456 MOSt. FrancoisLac Benet, near Bonne Terre, Hwy 472002 07140104 Bigunknown
236450 MOWashingtonHoliday Shores Lake, near Bismark, near Hwy 322003 07140104 Bigunknown
236451 MOWashingtonSunnen Lake, YMCA of the Ozarks, Potosi2002 07140104 Bigunknown
236452 MOWashingtonSunnen Lake, YMCA of the Ozarks, Potosi2005 07140104 Bigunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/19/2019].

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