Palaemonetes paludosus
Palaemonetes paludosus
(Eastern grass shrimp)
Native Transplant

15 results for Palaemonetes paludosus (Eastern grass shrimp)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
162766 AZ Colorado River, lower1981 15030107 Lower Coloradoestablished
263360 AZYumaImperial Camp bait pond, .25 mile above Imperial Dam1962 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
162767 CA Colorado River, lower1981 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
263359 CAImperialTaylor Lake Pond, near Picacho1962 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
263358 CASan BernardinoLake Havasu Pond, isolated pond adjacent to Lake Havasu1962 15030101 Havasu-Mohave Lakesestablished
1418746 LA state non-specific2009 Unknown or N/Aestablished
1418777 LAJeffersonJefferson Parish1952 08090301 East Central Louisiana Coastalestablished
1418778 LAOrleansOrleans Parish1952 08090203 Eastern Louisiana Coastalestablished
1418779 LASt. BernardChalmette, LA1952 08090203 Eastern Louisiana Coastalestablished
1418776 LASt. CharlesLake Salvador1952 08090301 East Central Louisiana Coastalestablished
1418775 LASt. MaryMorgan City1952 08090302 West Central Louisiana Coastalestablished
1418774 MSHancockGrand Plains Bayou, MS1952 03180004 Lower Pearlestablished
1418790 OKMcCurtainMcCurtain County1952 11140100 Red-Littleunknown
1418792 TXChambersChambers County1952 12040202 East Galveston Bayunknown
1418791 TXHaysSan Marcos River1952 12100203 San Marcosunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/28/2024].

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