Turbellarian taxonomic database

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(Fonticola morgani) = Phagocata morgani

  site site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA 1424
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Nov 1, 1917       freshwater under a stone in a little rivulet at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 'The stream was hardly more than a trickle bubbling down a narrow wooded ravine. About 50 yards back from the shore of Lake Michigan, just before' sand beach Higley R (1918): 12-17, 24
B Evac Cave, near Hillside, Pennsylvania, USA 1530
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1949 default type       collected by R.C. Hoffmaster. location is uncertain as there are several Hillsides in Pennsylvania. Hyman LH (1954): 566
C Conodoguinet Cave, Conodoguinet Creek, Pennsylvania, USA 1531
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Jan 19, 1951 default type       collected by R.C. Hoffmaster. location is uncertain as no city is given for this cave Pennsylvania. Hyman LH (1954): 566
D Saint Petersburg (Sankt-Peterburg, Petrogrado, Petrograd, Leningrad), Russia 1708
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1844 or earlier         near city Eichwald E (1844): 277
E Wetzels Spring, Glover-Archbold Park, Washington, District of Columbia, USA 2238
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Oct 6, 1969       freshwater near west border of park, clear water, temperature 13.6 degrees C. Kenk R (1970): 8
F Montrose Park, Washington, District of Columbia, USA 2240
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Dec 21, 1969       freshwater spring on west edge of park, temperature 3.7 degrees C., under stones. Kenk R (1970): 8
G Whitehaven Parkway, Washington, District of Columbia, USA 2244
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Oct 6, 1969       freshwater spring near north edge of the property, temperature 14.6 degrees C., under fallen leaves. Kenk R (1970): 8
H Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA 2306
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1957 or earlier       freshwater spring in Concord, together with Phagocata woodworthi. Teal JM (1957): 285; from Kenk R 1970 (citation)- p 13
I Mill Creek, Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA 2548
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Jun 30, 1940       freshwater seventy specimens taken under stones. They were all asexual, some showing indications of asexual reproduction (regenerating heads or tails, postpharyngeal parts greatly varying in length). Water clear, swift; bottom mud and stones. Water 15.2 deg C Kenk R (1944): 34
J Carp Creek (Little Carp Creek), near Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA 2554
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Jul 5, 1940       freshwater eleven immature specimens under stones and on pieces of wood. Water temperature in several springs, 9.0 to 11.2 degrees C. Numerous small springs in the woods, with swiftly running, clear water; bottom sand, few stones, many dead leaves decay wood. Kenk R (1944): 34
K Stoney (Stony) Creek, Cheboygan and Presque Isle Counties, Michigan, USA 2506
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Jul 10, 1940       freshwater five specimens of P. morgani, one of them mature, and seveal specimens of Curtisia foremani under stones. Water temperature 13.5 degrees C. Clear water, moderate current; bottom, sand, mud, and stones. Kenk R (1944): 35
L Black Lake, Presque Isle County, Michigan, USA 2555
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Jul 10, 1940       freshwater about sixty-five individuals, four of them sexual, under stones. Water temperature 10.8 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 35
M Black Lake, Presque Isle County, Michigan, USA 2555
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Jul 15, 1940       freshwater about sixty-five individuals, four of them sexual, under stones. Water temperature 10.8 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 35
N fish hatchery west of Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA 2544
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Jul 12, 1940       freshwater eight immatures of P. morgani (some with signs of recent fission), and two specimens of P. velata. Water temperature 12.0 degrees C. Water swift and clear; bottom, sand and stones. Kenk R (1944): 35
O U.S. Highway 31 near Conway, Emmet County, Michigan, USA 2546
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Jul 16, 1940       freshwater one immature P. morgani. In a small cold spring on the bank of the creek. Kenk R (1944): 35
P Petoskey, Emmet County, Michigan, USA 2547
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Jul 1, 1940       freshwater one immature specimen under a stone, with one P. velata. Water temperature 12.8 degrees C. Water clear, swift; bottom, sand, mud, and stones. Kenk R (1944): 35
Q Harbor Springs, Emmet County, Michigan, USA 2556
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Jul 18, 1940       freshwater one immature specimen under a stone at the mouth of the creek. Water temperature 12.3 degrees C. Water clear, swift; bottom, sand and stones. Kenk R (1944): 35
R Cross Village, Emmet County, Michigan, USA 2557
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Jul 18, 1940       freshwater one immatgure specimen on a piece of wood. Water temperature 12.2 degrees C. Water clear, swift current; bottom, sand, mud, decaying wood, and many dead leaves. Kenk R (1944): 35
S Silver River, Keweenaw County, Michigan, USA 2558
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Aug 18, 1940       freshwater One very small individual under a stone. Water temperature 14.5 degrees C. Swift current; bottom, mud and stones. Kenk R (1944): 35
T Jacob's Creek, Keweenaw County, Michigan, USA 2559
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Aug 18, 1940       freshwater one small immature specimen under a stone. Water temperature 12.0 degrees C. Current rapid; bottom, sand and stones.. Kenk R (1944): 35
U Union Bay, Lake Superior, Ontonagon County, Michigan, USA 2560
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Aug 19, 1940       freshwater three small immature specimens on a piece of wood and under a stone. Water clear, swift; bottom muddy.. Kenk R (1944): 35
V State of Pennsylvania, USA 2212
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1906 or earlier default type         Stevens NM, Boring AM (1906): abstract
W eastern half of Canada 4953
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1989 or earlier         Eastern half of the United States and Canada, also introduced into California. Kenk R (1989): 3
X State of California, USA 4952
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1989 or earlier         Eastern half of the United States and Canada, also introduced into California. Kenk R (1989): 3
Y eastern United States, USA 1686
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1989 or earlier         Eastern half of the United States and Canada, also introduced into California. Kenk R (1989): 3

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