Specimen Information

Pseudodiaptomus forbesi
Pseudodiaptomus forbesi
(a calanoid copepod)
Crustaceans-Copepods
Exotic

Specimen ID4543
GroupCrustaceans-Copepods
GenusPseudodiaptomus
Speciesforbesi
Common Namea calanoid copepod
StateCA
CountySan Joaquin
LocalitySan Joaquin River near Stockton
Mapping AccuracyApproximate
HUC8 NameSan Joaquin Delta
HUC8 Number18040003
Map
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Collection Month6
Collection Year1988
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayshipping ballast water
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:10319
Author:Cohen, A.N., and J.T. Carlton.
Date:1995
Title:Nonindigenous Aquatic Species in a United States Estuary, A Case Study of the Biological Invasions of the San Francisco Bay and Delta.
Journal:Report for USFWS, WA DC, and Connecticut Sea Grant
Publisher:A report for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC and The National Sea Grant College Program Connecticut Sea Grant.
Pages:246 pp
Reference 2
Ref. Number:9247
Author:Orsi, J.J., and T.C. Walter
Date:1991
Title:Pseudodiaptomus forbesi and P. marinus (Copepoda: Calanoida), the latest copepod immigrants to California's Sacramento-San Joaquin estuary
Journal:Proc. 4th Int. conf. Copepoda, Bull. Plank. Soc. Japan
Pages:553-562
CommentsNative to Yangtze River in China.
Record TypeLiterature
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater
Number Collected22K/m2


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