Specimen Information

Tachidius triangularis
(a copepod)
Crustaceans-Copepods
Exotic

Specimen ID243210
GroupCrustaceans-Copepods
GenusTachidius
Speciestriangularis
Common Namea copepod
StateWA
CountyPacific
LocalityColumbia River, Baker Bay, Ilwaco Harbor tideflat, outer rocks
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameLower Columbia
HUC8 Number17080006
HUC10 NameWallacut River-Frontal Columbia River
HUC10 Number1708000604
HUC12 NameChinook River-Frontal Columbia River
HUC12 Number170800060403
Map
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Collection Day9
Collection Month7
Collection Year2002
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayshipping ballast water
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:17275
Author:Sytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.
Date:2004
Title:Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report.
Publisher:United States Coast Guard and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Volume:2004
Issue:October
Pages:78 pp
Reference 2
Ref. Number:16728
Author:Sytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.
Date:2004
Title:Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report: Appendices.
Publisher:United States Coast Guard and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Volume:2004
Issue:October
Pages:164 pp
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineBrackish


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