NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Peard, T., and M. Thorn. 2002. Freshwater Jellyfish!
Reference Number: 25112
Type: Web Page
Author: Peard, T., and M. Thorn.
Date (year): 2002
Keywords: freshwater jellyfish, Craspedacusta sowerbyi
Craspedacusta sowerbyi CA - Pond near Loomis GA - Berry College Reservoir IL - Flourite Mine Pond near Cave-in-Rock ME - Seabois Lake near Howland MA - Baddacook Pond near Groton MI - Berry Lake near Cadillac MI - Chief Lake MI - Cloverdale Lake near Delton MI - Coldwater Lake [SE corner of county] MI - Diamond Lake MI - Diamond Lake MI - Driskels Lake MI - gravel pit near Brighton/Green Oak MI - Hamburg Lake MI - Hemlock Lake MI - Horsehead Lake [~10 E of Big Rapids] MI - Indian Lake MI - L Lake # 1 Baldwin MI - Lake of the Clouds MI - Lake 21 near Hastings MI - Little John Brown Lake MI - Littlejohn Lake, SW of Allegan MI - Matteson Lake MI - Midget Lake MI - Mill Creek near Chelsea MI - Muskrat Lake MI - Pike Lake MI - Pine Lake near Plainwell MI - Spring Mill Pond MI - Townsend Lake MI - Wampler's Lake about 12 miles southeast of Jackson, MI on the border of Jackson and Lenawee counties. MI - Youngs Lake, Big Rapids MN - Foster Arend Park, near Rochester MN - Sand Lake MO - Lake of the Ozarks, near Bagnell Dam MO - Lake of the Ozarks near Osage Beach MO - Lake of the Ozarks, Sunrise Beach MO - Mississippi River near St. Louis MO - pond near Marble Hill MO - rock quarry near Phillipsburg MO - rock quarry near Conway MO - Table Rock Lake NY - Round Lake near Monroe NC - pond near Fletcher, Asheville Highway VT - Fern Lake near Liecester OK - Lake Tenkiller WI - Squash Lake, near Rhinelander, Hwy 8/Crescent Rd/Bay Rd WI - Johnson Lake, near Danbury and Webster
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/22/2023].
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