Craspedacusta sowerbii
Craspedacusta sowerbii
(freshwater jellyfish)

14 results for Craspedacusta sowerbii (freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
236604 NYEssexPyramid Lake, Paradox, Rt. 742005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
156486 NYWarrenEcho Lake near Warrensburg1999 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
236592 NYWarrenFriend's Lake, near Chestertown, Friends Lake Rd.2005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
156487 NYWarrenGarnet Lake near Lake George, upstate NY1999 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
236798 NYWarrenLake Luzerne, Lake Luzerne, Hwy 92005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
236796 NYWarrenLake Luzerne, Lake Luzerne, Hwy 92005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
156490 NYWarrenLake Vanare near Luzern/Hadley1999 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
168405 NYWarrenLake Vanare near Luzern/Hadley2003 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
168406 NYWarrenLake Vanare near Luzern/Hadley2005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
236797 NYWarrenlake Wakonda, near Pottersville, Schroon River Rd.2005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
156491 NYWarrenMountain Spring Lake1999 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
156493 NYWarrenPack Forest Lake, Warrensburg1999 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
236606 NYWarrenSmith Pond (Wakonda Campground), Pottersville, East Schroon River Rd.2005 02020001 Upper Hudsonunknown
1421496 NYWarrenSmith Pond (Wakonda Campground), Pottersville, East Schroon River Rd.2017 02020001 Upper Hudsonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/20/2024].

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