Phyllorhiza punctata
Phyllorhiza punctata
(Australian spotted jellyfish)

12 results for Phyllorhiza punctata (Australian spotted jellyfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
163804 MS Gulf of Mexico (coastal waters)2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163787 MS Gulf of Mexico, West Delta of the Mississippi River1993 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicounknown
163786 MS Gulf of Mexico, West Delta of the Mississippi River2001 32004300 Northern Gulf of Mexicoestablished
1865 MS Intracoastal Waterway west of Mobile Bay, in the passes between barrier islands between Mobile Bay and Cat Island along the western Mississippi Sound2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163800 MS Mississippi Sound near Cat, Ship, and Horn Islands2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163802 MS Mississippi Sound near Cat, Ship, and Horn Islands2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163801 MSHancockMississippi Sound at Heron Bay and St. Josephs Point2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163803 MSHarrisonMississippi Sound near Cat and Ship Islands2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163798 MSHarrisonMississippi Sound near Cat, Ship, Horn, and Petit Bois Islands2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163791 MSJacksonMississippi Sound at Dog Keys Pass, Horn Island2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
163792 MSJacksonMississippi Sound north of Horn Island in the vicinity of the "Chimney" and south of the Belle Fountaine water tower on the mainland2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
1867 MSJacksonMississippi Sound on the north side of Horn Island2000 03170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/1/2024].

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