Nitokra hibernica
Nitokra hibernica
(a harpacticoid copepod)

7 results for Nitokra hibernica (a harpacticoid copepod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
241454   Lake Erie2001 4120200 Lake Erieestablished
241453   Lake Michigan2001 4060200 Lake Michiganestablished
241452 NY Southwestern Lake Ontario drainage1973 4130000 Southwestern Lake Ontarioestablished
240750 NYNiagaraNiagara River, at mouth1972 4120104 Niagaraestablished
241455 ONT Lake Huron1998 4080300 Lake Huronestablished
290779 TX state non-specific2005  established
1474322 WIDouglasDuluth-Superior Harbor, Superior Entry2018 4020300 Lake Superiorunknown

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