Megabalanus coccopoma
Megabalanus coccopoma
(Titan acorn barnacle)

8 results for Megabalanus coccopoma (Titan acorn barnacle)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
237112 FLDuvalAtlantic Ocean on the south St. Johns River jetty at Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville [mouth of the St. Johns River]2007 03080103 Lower St. Johnsestablished
238775 FLSt. JohnsIntracoastal Waterway at the Palm Valley boat ramp [north end of Tolomato River near Hwy 210 bridge 2 mi SW of Mickler Landing]2007 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustinecollected
167954 FLSt. JohnsMatanzas River in St. Augustine (Intracoastal Waterway) [just S of the Bridge of Lions west bank]2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
167960 FLSt. JohnsTolomato River near Usinas Beach (just N of St. Augustine)2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustinefailed
238413 FLVolusiaPonce de Leon Inlet [vicinity of the town of Ponce Inlet]2006 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
167958 LAJeffersonGulf of Mexico at Grand Isle State Park [Eastern tip of Grand Isle, ~15 mi E of Leeville]2001 08090301 East Central Louisiana Coastalestablished
241708 SCBeaufortPort Royal Sound [adjacent to Hilton Head Island]2007 03050208 Broad-St. Helenaestablished
237108 SCHorryAtlantic Ocean at Waties Island, eastern tip on SW jetty2007 03040208 Coastal Carolinacollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/4/2020].

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