Neoergasilus japonicus
Neoergasilus japonicus
(a parasitic copepod)

9 results for Neoergasilus japonicus (a parasitic copepod)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
165468 ALLeean aquaculture pond at Auburn University1993 03150110 Lower Tallapoosacollected
887544 ALLeeAuburn University Agricultural Experiment Station, Agriculture Pond1993 03150110 Lower Tallapoosaunknown
262938 COMesaSalt Creek drainage [W of Grand Junction]2009 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateaucollected
165467 MIBayLake Huron, Saginaw Bay1994 04240002 Lake Huroncollected
165538 MIBayLake Huron, Saginaw Bay2001 04240002 Lake Huronestablished
1462464 MITuscolaSaginaw Bay, MI2002 04240002 Lake Huronestablished
1633870 NYOswegoOneida Lake, Lower South Bay2018 04140202 Oneidaunknown
1633869 NYOswegoOneida Lake, Maple Bay2018 04140202 Oneidaunknown
279270 OHLucasCrane Creek wetland [E of Toledo]2011 04100010 Cedar-Portagecollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/21/2024].

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