Caecidotea racovitzai
(an asellid isopod)
Crustaceans-Isopods
Native Transplant

8 results for Caecidotea racovitzai (an asellid isopod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
243059 ORClatsopColumbia River, Blind Slough, Cathlamet Bay.2002 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
1395903 ORClatsopMarsh Island Creek1999 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
243060 ORClatsopRussian Island, Green Marker 15, high pools.2002 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
1395889 ORColumbiaClatskanie River1999 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
243057 ORColumbiaMultnomah Channel, Sauvie Island-Gilbert River Boat Ramp2002 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished
243714 ORHood RiverColumbia River, mid channel north of Hood River.2006 17070105 Middle Columbia-Hoodestablished
243055 ORMultnomahColumbia Slough, Incendiary Bridge2002 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished
243056 ORMultnomahColumbia Slough, Kelly Point Park2002 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished

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