Hemimysis anomala
Hemimysis anomala
(bloody red shrimp)

13 results for Hemimysis anomala (bloody red shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
268866 MIAlpenaThunder Bay near LaFarge Cement Plant [Alpena] on three reefs2010 04240002 Lake Huroncollected
1711737 MIAlpenaThunder Bay Shores marina2020 04240002 Lake Huron 
264213 MIAntrimEast Arm Grand Traverse Bay near Elk Rapids Harbor2008 04060105 Boardman-Charlevoixcollected
558275 MICharlevoixLake Michigan, at Whiskey Point, St. James Harbor, Beaver Island2013 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
241094 MIDeltaLake Michigan in Little Bay de Noc, Escanaba2007 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
264215 MIEmmetLake Michigan, Little Traverse Bay [E of Harbor Spring]2008 04060105 Boardman-Charlevoixcollected
241096 MIMackinacLake Michigan at Naubinway2007 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
1409644 MIMackinacMcKay Bay2016 04240002 Lake Huronestablished
1328469 MIMackinacMcKay Bay in the Les Cheneaux Islands (about 4 mi east of Cedarville on the Upper Peninsula)2016 04240002 Lake Huronestablished
282648 MIMonroeLake Erie [near Maumee Bay]2011 04260000 Lake Erieestablished
241100 MIMuskegonLake Michigan at Muskegon, MI - off the NOAA field station, in the channel2007 04190000 Lake Michiganestablished
236343 MIMuskegonMuskegon Lake in Muskegon2006 04060102 Muskegonestablished
1322465 MIPresque IsleLake Huron between Rogers City and Adams Point2015 04240002 Lake Huronunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/5/2023].

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