Specimen Information

Hemimysis anomala
Hemimysis anomala
(bloody red shrimp)
Crustaceans-Mysids
Exotic

Specimen ID262753
GroupCrustaceans-Mysids
GenusHemimysis
Speciesanomala
Common Namebloody red shrimp
StateNY
CountyOneida
LocalityOneida Lake, 1 km NW of Lewis Point [near Oneida Lake Beach East]
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameOneida
HUC8 Number04140202
HUC10 NameOneida Lake-Oneida River
HUC10 Number0414020208
HUC12 NameOneida Lake
HUC12 Number041402020808
Map
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Collection Day20
Collection Month8
Collection Year2009
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayunknown
Statusunknown
Reference 1
Ref. Number:19502
Author:Walsh, M.G., B.F. Lantry, B. Boscarino, K. Bowen, J. Gerlofsma, T. Schaner, R. Back, J. Questel, A.G. Smythe, R. Cap, M. Goehle, B. Young, M. Chalupnicki, J.H. Johnson, and J.E. McKenna
Date:2010
Title:Early observations on an emerging Great Lakes invader Hemimysis anomala in Lake Ontario
Journal:Journal of Great Lakes Research
Volume:36
Issue:3
Pages:499-504
CommentsSee voucher photos. Found in the stomach of a white perch. Both sexes present; females carried brood sacs.
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater
Number Collected13
Year Classadult
Size5.5 - 8.4 mm
Photo






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