Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi
(freshwater jellyfish)

8 results for Craspedacusta sowerbyi (freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
236821 PAClarionBrush Run1994 5010005 Clarionunknown
156561 PAClarionClarion River1999 5010005 Clarionunknown
156686 PAClarionClarion River above the Piney Reservoir1996 5010005 Clarionunknown
156653 PAClarionClarion River ner Piney Dam1999 5010005 Clarionunknown
236636 PAClarionClarion River, Piney Reservoir, Clarion, State Rt. 3221995 5010005 Clarionunknown
236637 PAClarionClarion River, Piney Reservoir, Clarion, State Rt. 3222005 5010005 Clarionunknown
156661 PAClarionToby Bridge, Clarion River1998 5010005 Clarionunknown
156631 PAJeffersonBrockway; old gravel pit near Brockway1999 5010005 Clarionunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/21/2019].

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