Pseudodiaptomus forbesi
Pseudodiaptomus forbesi
(a calanoid copepod)

7 results for Pseudodiaptomus forbesi (a calanoid copepod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
243786 WAFranklinSnake River, Lake Sacajawea, at Windust.2006 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
243691 WAFranklinSnake River, Lake Sacajawea, by Big Flat Recreation Area2006 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
243692 WAFranklinSnake River, Lake Sacajawea, pool at Levey2006 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
260294 WAWalla WallaColumbia River, at the confluence Snake River2005 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
260296 WAWalla WallaSnake River, between Scott and Windust2005 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
260295 WAWalla WallaSnake River, between Scott and Windust2005 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished
243695 WAWalla WallaSnake River, Lake Wallula, pool by State Road 12.2006 17060110 Lower Snakeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/30/2023].

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