Crangonyx floridanus
(Florida crangonyctid, a freshwater amphipod)
Crustaceans-Copepods
Native Transplant

10 results for Crangonyx floridanus (Florida crangonyctid, a freshwater amphipod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
623645 CASacramentoAmerican River2005 18020161 Upper Coon-Upper Auburnestablished
623629 CASacramentoDelta [general location]1998 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623628 CASacramentoDelta [general location]2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623632 CASacramentoDelta Cross Channel2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623641 CASacramentoSacramento River II/Vieria's Resort2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623631 CASacramentoSacramento River, Courtland2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
257099 CASacramentoSacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Donlon Island, Donlon Lake, restoring wetland.1998 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
257170 CASacramentoSacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, Kimball Island, just of Sherman Island, restoring wetland.1998 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623637 CASolanoSacramento River, at Horseshoe Bend/Decker Island2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
623640 CASolanoSteamboat Slough/Hidden Harbor2005 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/16/2021].

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