Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi
(freshwater jellyfish)

7 results for Craspedacusta sowerbyi (freshwater jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1426880 WIIronPardee Lake2010 7050002 Flambeauestablished
1427386 WIIronSandy Beach Lake2010 7050002 Flambeauestablished
1424667 WIVilasBig Kitten Lake2010 7050002 Flambeauestablished
272362 WIVilasStatenaker Lake2008 7050002 Flambeauunknown
1423183 WIVilasStatenaker Lake2008 7050002 Flambeauestablished
168457 WIVilasWhite Sand Lake1999 7050002 Flambeauunknown
252933 WIVilasWildcat Lake, state natural area2008 7050002 Flambeauunknown

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