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MIT Sea Grant. 2004. MIT Sea Grant - Hemigrapsus sanguineus Sightings. http:dogfish.mit.edu. Accessed 12/7/2004.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24158
Type: Web Page
Author: MIT Sea Grant.
Date (year): 2004
Title:MIT Sea Grant - Hemigrapsus sanguineus Sightings.
URL: http:dogfish.mit.edu. Accessed 12/7/2004.
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Hemigrapsus sanguineus

    ME - Atlantic Ocean at Orrs Island
    NH - Hampton State Pier, Hampton
    MA - Halibut Point State Park, Rockport
    MA - Gloucester State Pier
    MA - Atlantic Ocean, Massachusetts Bay, at Hawthorne Cove Marina, Salem
    MA - Deer Island, Winthrop
    MA - Black Falcon Terminal, Boston
    MA - Bumkin Island, Boston Harbor [SE corner]
    MA - Brant Rock
    RI - Cove Haven Marina, Barrington
    MA - Bourne Marina, Bourne
    MA - Battleship Cove, Fall River
    RI - Warwick Cove Marina, Warwick
    RI - Colt State Park, Bristol
    RI - Potter Cove, Prudence Island
    MA - New Bedford State Pier, New Bedford
    RI - Allen Harbor, North Kingstow
    RI - Wickford Marina, Wickford
    MA - Eel Pond, Woods Hole
    MA - Woods Hole Coast Guard Station, Woods Hole
    MA - Tripps Marina, Westport
    RI - Fort Getty Pier, Jamestown
    RI - Newport Shipyard, Newport
    RI - Coasters Harbor Island, Newport
    CT - Brewer Yacht Yard, Mystic
    CT - Milford Yacht Club, Milford
    CT - Brewer Yacht Haven Marine Center, Stamford
    NY - Acabonack Harbor, East Hampton
    NY - South Street Seaport, New York [Manhattan, East River]
    NY - Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island
    NY - Great Kills Park, Staten Island


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