Hemigrapsus sanguineus
Hemigrapsus sanguineus
(Asian shore crab)
Crustaceans-Crabs
Exotic

15 results for Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Asian shore crab)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
4781 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean at Cape May Harbor1992 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4782 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean at Corsons Inlet1992 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4896 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean at Townsends Inlet1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4897 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean at Townsends Inlet1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4777 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean in a high intertidal region of a rock-fill at the southern end of the Townsends Inlet Bridge in Cape May County1988 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4778 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean in a high intertidal region of a rock-fill at the southern end of the Townsends Inlet Bridge in Cape May County1988 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4779 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean in intertidal rocky regions on both sides of Hereford Inlet [North Wildwood, NJ]1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
154231 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean, Corson Inlet1992 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
154233 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean, Great Egg Harbor1992 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
4783 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean, Great Egg Harbor,[Ocean City, NJ]1992 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
154229 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean, Hereford Inlet1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
153971 NJCape MayAtlantic Ocean, Townsend Inlet1988 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
154228 NJCape MayCape May Harbor1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
155489 NJCape MayStone Harbor at Great Channel Bridge1999 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished
155490 NJCape MayTownsend Inlet, Atlantic Ocean1990 02040302 Great Egg Harborestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/20/2019].

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