Paracorophium lucasi
(a New Zealand amphipod)

9 results for Paracorophium lucasi (a New Zealand amphipod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
623795 CAHumboldtBracut2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623792 CAHumboldtEureka Channel HB, St. 222000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623788 CAHumboldtEureka Slough, Lower2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623789 CAHumboldtHilfiker Road2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623791 CAHumboldtJacoby Creek2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623794 CAHumboldtKlopp Lake2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623793 CAHumboldtMad River Slough - Lanphere Christianson Dunes Bridge2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623796 CAHumboldtMad River Slough - Samoa Blvd. Bridge2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished
623790 CAHumboldtSouthport Landing2000 18010102 Mad-Redwoodestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/17/2021].

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