Eurytemora affinis
Eurytemora affinis
(a calanoid copepod)
Native Transplant

12 results for Eurytemora affinis (a calanoid copepod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
156851 OK Kerr Reservoir1976 11110104 Robert S. Kerr Reservoirestablished
156855 OK Lake Texoma1976 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
156856 OKCarter/LoveLake Murray1967 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
156854 OKCreek-OsageKeystone Lake1964 11050003 Lower Cimarronestablished
156858 OKJeffersonWaurika Lake [~4 mi N of Waurika, OK]1967 11130208 Northern Beaverestablished
156857 OKMurrayLake of the Arbuckles1967 11130303 Middle Washitaestablished
156853 OKOklahomaArcadia Lake1967 11100303 Deep Forkestablished
156852 OKPittsburgLake Eufaula1976 11100302 Lower North Canadianestablished
156862 OKRoger MillsLake Taylor1976 11130301 Washita Headwatersestablished
156859 OKStephensClear Creek Lake1967 11130303 Middle Washitaestablished
156860 OKStephensDuncan Lake1967 11130303 Middle Washitaestablished
156861 OKStephensLake Humphreys [~5 mi NE of Duncan, OK]1967 11130303 Middle Washitaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/18/2024].

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