Turbellarian taxonomic database

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Phagocata nivea

  site map site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A State of Alaska, USA map 22081953 or earlier       freshwater Cold-stenothermic, occurring in mountain streams in Alaska. Kenk R (1972): 42
B Mile 84, Steese Highway, Alaska, USA map 2429Jul 19, 1950 default type     freshwater Fast moving streams in the White Mountains. Stream on Streese Highway, at milepost 84.0, altitude 2,700 feet, 7.2 degrees C; one immature and one marture specimen, from under stones. Kenk R (1953): 168
C Mile 84, Steese Highway, Alaska, USA map 2429Jul 21, 1950 default type     freshwater Fast moving streams in the White Mountains. Stream on Streese Highway, at milepost 84.0, altitude 2,700 feet, 7.2 degrees C; one immature and one marture specimen, from under stones. Kenk R (1953): 168
D White Mountains, Alaska, USA map 4977Jul 19, 1950       freshwater Willow Creek, on Steese Highway, at milepost 96.6, altitude 2,100 feet; two immature specimens, from under stones. Kenk R (1953): 168
E Mile 82.5, Steese Highway, Alaska, USA map 2430Jul 21, 1950       freshwater Spring and stream on Steese Highway, milepost 82.5, near Alaska Road Commission camp; two mature and six immature specimens, on the undersides of stones. Kenk R (1953): 168
F White Mountains, Alaska, USA map 4977Jul 24, 1950       freshwater Fox Gulch, on Elliot Highway, milepost 1.2, one small specimen near bait (beef liver). Kenk R (1953): 168
G Milepost 31, Elliott Highway, Alaska, USA map 2427Jul 24, 1950       freshwater Creek crossing Elliot Highway at milepost 31.0; 39 specimens, about half of them mature, collected under stones (holotype). Kenk R (1953): 168

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