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Phagocata velata

  site map site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Fox River, near Cary, Illinois, USA map 1402prior to 1934         from many springs along the banks of the Fox River near Cary, Illinois, USA Castle WA, Hyman LH (1934): 156, 157
B Boulder, Colorado, USA map 1403prior to 1934           Castle WA, Hyman LH (1934): 156, 157
C Durham, North Carolina, USA map 1404prior to 1934           Castle WA, Hyman LH (1934): 156, 157
D Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA map 1405prior to 1934           Castle WA, Hyman LH (1934): 156, 157
E Gary, Indiana, USA map 1406prior to 1934           Castle WA, Hyman LH (1934): 156, 157
F Crete, Nebraska, USA map 1407prior to 1909 type locality     freshwater collected in November, near Crete by Dr. J. H. Powers from small springs and ponds containing algae in which the planaria were hidden. Stringer CE (1909): 258
G Urbana, Illinois, USA map 14121915-1917       freshwater temporary puddle, 'black and muddy with only a minimum of algae growth; specimens came from the bottom mud, with the loose silt, leaves, and sticks dragged up in a dip net.' Higley R (1918): 12-17, 22
H Homer, Minnesota, USA map 1413Feb, Mar 1915-1917       freshwater collections in Feb and Mar. Warm water spring 'flowing into the Mississippi River and forming a little cove where almost summer conditions prevailed even during the coldest weather.' Higley R (1918): 12-17, 22
I New York city, New York, USA map 1510prior to 1955       freshwater collected by the author in the vicinity of New York City. Lack of sex organs makes identification probable, but not certain. Hyman LH (1955): 29, 30
J Winona Lake, near Newburgh, New York, USA map 1511Apr 11, 1954       freshwater collected by Mr. Victor Jelin under stones in a stream running into Winona Lake. Lack of sex organs makes identification probable, but not certain. Hyman LH (1955): 29, 30
K near Dexter, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA map 2513Feb 12, 1941       freshwater Numerous mature and young of Curtisia foremani (and Phagocata velata). Sluggish current; bottom with many decaying leaves and dense algal growth. Water temp 6.0 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 12
L near Dexter, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA map 2513Feb 26-28, 1941       freshwater Numerous mature and young of Curtisia foremani (and Phagocata velata). Sluggish current; bottom with many decaying leaves and dense algal growth. Samples of leaves and mud brought into the laboratory. Kenk R (1944): 12
M Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA map 25431903 or earlier       freshwater from the Ann Arbor area. Kenk notes that Pearl's Dendrocoelum sp. comprises both Phagocata vernalis and P. velata. Stagnant water form is assumed to be P. vernalis and stream form P. velata. Pearl R (1903): 525-526; from Kenk R 1944 (citation)- p 28
N U.S. Highway 31 near Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2545Jul 16, 1940       freshwater numerous asexual specimens under stones. Roadside fountain fed by several artesian wells the overflow of which forms a small brook running along sand and stones. Water of the brook is clear and cool; bottom sand and stones. Water temperature 8.5 d Kenk R (1944): 31
O U.S. Highway 31 near Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2545Jun 26, 1940       freshwater numerous asexual specimens under stones. Roadside fountain fed by several artesian wells the overflow of which forms a small brook running along sand and stones. Water of the brook is clear and cool; bottom sand and stones. Water temperature 8.5 d Kenk R (1944): 31
P U.S. Highway 31 near Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2545Jun 28, 1940       freshwater numerous asexual specimens under stones. Roadside fountain fed by several artesian wells the overflow of which forms a small brook running along sand and stones. Water of the brook is clear and cool; bottom sand and stones. Water temperature 8.5 d Kenk R (1944): 31
Q U.S. Highway 31 near Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2545Mar 1, 20, 1941       freshwater 53 animals collected by W.R. Martin. Two of them wer mature, others asexual. Roadside fountain fed by several artesian wells overflow forms small brook running along sand and stones. Water of the brook is clear and cool; bottom sand and stones. Kenk R (1944): 31
R fish hatchery west of Oden, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2544Jul 12, 1940       freshwater Two immature Phagocata velata, in addition to more numerous P. morgani, under stones. The hatchery draws water from several artesian wells which discharge into two large ponds. Water clear; bottom, sand and stones. Water 12.0 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 31
S U.S. Highway 31 near Conway, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2546Jul 16, 1940     sand, mud and a few stones. freshwater eleven immature specimens of P. velata under stones in cold water, and one P. morgani. Water temperature 7.7 degrees C. At a corner of the bridge, on the bank of the creek, there is a small cold spring. Surrounding water in stream warmer. Kenk R (1944): 31
T Petoskey, Emmet County, Michigan, USA map 2547Jul 1, 1940       freshwater one immature specimen under a stone. Water clear and swift; bottom, sand, mud, and stones. Water temperature 12.8 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
U Lancaster Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA map 2523Jul 27, 1940       freshwater one immature under a stone in spring, with many specimens of Procotyla fluviatilis. Along the sandy east shore of the lake are numerous seepage springs with cold water. Water temperature 14.0 to 18.0 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
V Mill Creek, Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA map 2548Jun 30, 1940       freshwater seven immature P. velata under stones, with many specimens of P. morgani. Water swift, rather clear; bottom, rock, muc, and stones. Water temperature 15. 2 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
W Mill Creek, Cheboygan County, Michigan, USA map 2549Jul 25, 1940       freshwater numerous asexual individuals under stones and on pieces of wood. Water temperature 8. 2 degrees C. Spring, bottom, sand with few stones, vegetation of mosses and algae. Kenk R (1944): 32
X Redford golf course, Redford, Wayne County, Michigan, USA map 2550Dec 25, 1940       freshwater several immature specimens collected by Karl E. Goellner. Brook in woods and has much dead vegetal matter. Kenk R (1944): 32
Y Redford golf course, Redford, Wayne County, Michigan, USA map 2550Mar 26, 1941       freshwater four one-liter jars of plant material, taken by Goellner contained 123 specimens of P. velata, of which ten were sexually mature. Brook in woods and has much dead vegetal matter. Kenk R (1944): 32
Z near Dexter, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA map 2513Feb 12, 1941       freshwater one immature specimen on a leaf. Water temperature 6.0 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
A1 near Dexter, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA map 2513Feb 26 and 28, 1941       freshwater two mature and four asexual from samples of leaves and mud brought to the laboratory, and many specimens of Curtisia foremani. Kenk R (1944): 32
B1 Otter Creek, near Ida, Monroe County, Michigan, USA map 2551Apr 25, 1941       freshwater Five immature from three places. Otter Creek and tributaries, near La Salle, Monroe County. In three places (at La Salle and near Ida), in swift as well as sluggish parts, in cold water. Water temperature 12.2 and14.1 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
C1 Otter Creek, at La Salle, Monroe County, Michigan, USA map 2552Apr 25, 1941       freshwater Five immature from three places. Otter Creek and tributaries, near La Salle, Monroe County. In three places (at La Salle and near Ida), in swift as well as sluggish parts, in cold water. Water temperature 12.2 and14.1 degrees C. Kenk R (1944): 32
D1 Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA map 14051931 or earlier       freshwater Hyman reported 'Fonticola velata' from Grand Rapids, Kent County, without details on habitat. Hyman LH (1931): 328; from Kenk R (citation)- p. 33
E1 Snake Creek, Midland, Midland County, Michigan, USA map 2553Apr 20, 1941       freshwater eight immature individuals on dead leaves. Kenk notes that they were either P. velata or P. vernalis. A ditch on the east bank of Snake Creek, near Manor Drive, Midland. Stagnant pool, possibly fed by ground water; water somewhat colored. Kenk R (1944): 33
F1 Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA map 37651988, 1989, 1990       freshwater temporary fresh waters. Smith DG (1991): abstract
G1 Hamshire County, Massachusetts, USA map 37641988, 1989, 1990       freshwater temporary fresh waters. Smith DG (1991): abstract
H1 Nebraska, USA map 40221909 or earlier default type         Stringer CE (1909): abstract

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