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20180409110033Crustaceans-CrayfishCambaridae Faxonius rusticus Rusty Crayfish Collection info
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Freshwater Native Transplant
20110420164429FishesClupeidae Dorosoma cepedianum Gizzard Shad Collection info
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Freshwater-Marine Native Transplant
20111116134256FishesSalmonidae Oncorhynchus gorbuscha Pink Salmon Collection info
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Freshwater-Marine Native Transplant
20051116094832Mollusks-BivalvesDreissenidae Dreissena polymorpha zebra mussel Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic
20120123180643PlantsIridaceae Iris pseudacorus yellow iris Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic
20090220191040PlantsLythraceae Lythrum salicaria purple lythrum Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic
20160226153540PlantsHaloragaceae Myriophyllum spicatum Eurasian watermilfoil Collection info
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Freshwater-Brackish Exotic
20071002152522PlantsTyphaceae Typha angustifolia narrow-leaved cattail Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic
PlantsTyphaceae Typha x glauca [angustifolia x latifolia] white cattail Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic Hybrid
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