Bythotrephes longimanus
Bythotrephes longimanus
(spiny waterflea)

10 results for Bythotrephes longimanus (spiny waterflea)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
238865 MN Rainy River from Rainey Lake to Lake of the Woods2007 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262913 MNKoochichingBlack River, the south branch downstream of Highway 11 and the west branch downstream of highway 1472009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262914 MNKoochichingLittle Fork River, from 100 feet upstream of highway 11 downstream to Rainy River2009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262902 MNLake of the WoodsBaudette River, from Highway 11 downstream to the Rainy River2009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262903 MNLake of the WoodsHooper Creek, downstream of state Highway 1722009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262906 MNLake of the WoodsMiller Creek, downstream of State Highway 1722009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262907 MNLake of the WoodsRapid River2009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262908 MNLake of the WoodsSensky Creek, downstream of State Highway 1722009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262909 MNLake of the WoodsSilver Creek, downstream of Highway 112009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished
262911 MNLake of the WoodsWinter Road River, downstream of state highway 1722009 9030008 Lower Rainyestablished

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