Daphnia lumholtzi
Daphnia lumholtzi
(a waterflea)

10 results for Daphnia lumholtzi (a waterflea)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
163422 AZ Salt River1995 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
163423 AZ Verde River1995 15060203 Lower Verdecollected
163418 AZCochiseBill Williams Tank [~7 mi SW of Benson, AZ]1995 15050302 Rillitocollected
163415 AZLa PazAlamo Lake on the Bill Williams River1995 15030204 Bill Williamscollected
163417 AZMaricopaBartlett Reservoir1995 15060203 Lower Verdecollected
163419 AZMaricopaCanyon Lake on the Salt River1994 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
163416 AZMaricopaSalt River, at Apache Lake1995 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
163420 AZMaricopaSalt River, at Roosevelt Lake [east of Phoenix]1995 15060103 Upper Saltcollected
163421 AZMaricopaSalt River, at Saguaro Lake1995 15060106 Lower Saltcollected
268394 AZMohaveMohave Community College pond2006 15010007 Red Lakecollected

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