Schyzocotyle acheilognathi
Schyzocotyle acheilognathi
(Asian tapeworm)

11 results for Schyzocotyle acheilognathi (Asian tapeworm)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
260194 AZCoconinoKanab Creek, near confluence with Lower Colorado River at river-kilometer 230.91994 15010003 Kanabestablished
1468066 AZCoconinoLittle Colorado River [at RK 10.6-11.5]1999 15020016 Lower Little Coloradoestablished
260193 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River at river kilometer 191.8, downstream of Royal Arch Creek1994 15010002 Grand Canyonestablished
260195 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River at river kilometer 265.2, near Tuckup Canyon1994 15010002 Grand Canyonestablished
260197 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River at river-kilometer 301.1, near Whitmore Wash1994 15010002 Grand Canyonestablished
260192 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River between river kilometers 105.44 and 123.471994 15010001 Lower Colorado-Marble Canyonestablished
260190 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River between river-kilometers 41.17 and 99.01994 15010001 Lower Colorado-Marble Canyonestablished
260191 AZCoconinoLower Colorado River between river-kilometers 99.0 and 105.441994 15010001 Lower Colorado-Marble Canyonestablished
259969 AZCoconinoLower Little Colorado River, from confluence with Colorado River to approximately 15km upstream1997 15020016 Lower Little Coloradoestablished
260196 AZMohaveLower Colorado River at river-kilometer 266.61994 15010002 Grand Canyonestablished
260186 AZMohaveLower Virgin River near Beaver Dam Wash, Littlefield, Arizona1979 15010010 Lower Virginestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/27/2024].

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