Charybdis hellerii
Charybdis hellerii
(Indo-Pacific swimming crab)

12 results for Charybdis hellerii (Indo-Pacific swimming crab)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1724299 SCBeaufortBass Creek off of the May River, Hilton Head, SC2023 03060110 Calibogue Sound-Wright Riverunknown
1703691 SCBeaufortSkull Inlet, Fripp Island SC2022 32504200 Carolinian 
1633898 SCCharleston[Capers Inlet, Charleston, South Carolina]2019 03050209 Bulls Bayestablished
1724298 SCCharlestonBig Bay Creek, Edisto Island, SC2023 03050206 Edisto Riverunknown
1633941 SCCharlestonCapers Creek, SC2019 03050209 Bulls Bayunknown
1724300 SCCharlestonClark Sound, Charleston, SC2023 03050201 Cooperunknown
163749 SCCharlestonFolly River near Charleston1986 03050202 South Carolina Coastalestablished
1655341 SCCharlestonStono River2021 03050202 South Carolina Coastalestablished
1633899 SCColletonBig Bay Creek, SC2004 03050206 Edisto Riverestablished
154674 SCGeorgetownAtlantic Ocean, North Inlet Estuary2000 03040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
163750 SCGeorgetownWest bank of Town Creek, North Inlet2002 03040208 Coastal Carolinaestablished
154021 SCGeorgetownWinyah Bay, at Georgetown2000 03040207 Carolina Coastal-Sampitestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/18/2024].

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