Turbellarian taxonomic database

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(coronata borealis) = coronata coronata

  site map site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Flathead Lake, Montana, USA map 1392Sep 3, 1967       freshwater tributary of Flathead Lake, crossing State Road 35 on east side of lake, 12 road miles north of junction with U.S. Highway 93; water clear, fast, 8.7 degrees C., pH 7.9; many specimens of various sizes, one mature, under stones. Kenk R (1973): 6
B Yellow Bay Creek, Montana, USA map 2331Aug-Sep 1969       freshwater about 10 yards from the shore of Flathead Lake; several specimens, some mature, collected by Frank P. Crawley and shipped to me alive. (Besides this species, one specimen of Dendrocoelopsis vaginata Hyman). Kenk R (1973): 6
C Hyde Memorial Park, Sangre de Cristo Mountain, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA map 2332Jul 17, 1968       freshwater stream of west slope of Sangre de Cristo Mountain, crossing State Road 475, 2.5 road miles above the north boundary of Hyde State Park, at an altitude of about 9000 feet; water clear, fast, 8.8 degrees C., pH 7.2; many specimens, some adults, under s Kenk R (1973): 6
D Spring Hollow Stream, Cache County, Utah, USA map 2333Sep 1967       freshwater samples collected at various occasions. Kenk R (1973): 6
E Spring Hollow Stream, Cache County, Utah, USA map 2333Mar 1968       freshwater collected by Jerry H. Carpenter. Kenk R (1973): 6
F Spring Hollow Stream, Cache County, Utah, USA map 2333May 1969       freshwater collected by Prof. M.H. Gunnell. Kenk R (1973): 6
G Willow Spring, Rich County, Utah map 2334Sep 27, 1967       freshwater clear, fast water, many specimens, some mature, under stones. Kenk R (1973): 6
H North Fork of Provo Canyon, on Mt. Timpanogos in headwaters at Aspen Grove, Utah County, Utah, USA map 2335Sep 26, 1967       freshwater water clear, 6.7 degrees C., pH 7.7, fast current; numerous Polycelis, many mature, under stones (this is the locality where Braithwaite collected his sexual specimens). Kenk R (1973): 6
I North Fork of Provo Canyon, on Mt. Timpanogos in headwaters at Aspen Grove, Utah County, Utah, USA map 23351962 or earlier       freshwater collected sexual specimens Braithwaite SF (1962): 24; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 6
J Scoop Shovel Spring, Wyoming, USA map 2339Sep 30, 1967       freshwater little water flow; many specimens, 3 mature, under stones and pieces of wood. Kenk notes that 'it is possible that this is the type-locality where Leidy colledcted his specimens in 1877'. Kenk R (1973): 6
K Scoop Shovel Spring, Wyoming, USA map 2339Jun 7, 1970       freshwater water clear, 7.0 degrees C., moderate current; under stones very mqany worms of various sizes, about one-third of them showing sexual structures, at least two with signs of recent fission (regenerating hind ends). Kenk R (1973): 6
L spring, Wyoming, USA map 2340Sep 30, 1967       freshwater clear, cold water, under stones, 6 Polycelis, one of them mature. Kenk R (1973): 6
M Mount McKinley Park road, Alaska, USA map 2341Aug 5, 1950       freshwater clear, fast mountain stream crossing Mount Mckinley Park road, 5.5 miles from railroad station. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 7
N road between Palmer and Willow, Alaska, USA map 2342Aug 9, 1950       freshwater 11.2 miles from Palmer on road from Palmer to Willow, steams on road. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 7
O road between Palmer and Willow, Alaska, USA map 2342Aug 9, 1950       freshwater 19.2 miles from Palmer on road from Palmer to Willow, steams on road. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 7
P road between Palmer and Willow, Alaska, USA map 2342Aug 9, 1950 type locality     freshwater 20.1 miles from Palmer on road from Palmer to Willow, steams on road. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 7
Q road between Potter and Anchorage, Alaska, USA map 2343Aug 12, 1950       freshwater 10.6 miles from Anchorage on road from Anchorage to Potter, steam on road. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 7
R Glenn Highway from Anchorage, Alaska, USA map 2344Aug 13, 1950       freshwater stream on Glenn Highway, 43.5 miles from Anchorage. Kenk R (1953): 173; from Kenk R 1973 (citation)- p 8
S Spring Creek, Fort Hall Bottoms, Fort Hall Indian Reservation, near Ferry Butte, northwest of Pocatello, Bingham County, Idaho, USA map 2345Jun 3, 1970       freshwater springs on marshy ground; water clear, with moderate current, 10.6 degrees C., under stones about 30 specimens collected by Dr. G. Wayne Minshall and R. Kenk, among them one mature individual. Kenk R (1973): 8
T Obsidian Creek, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA map 2346Jun 18, 1970       freshwater tributary of Obsidian Creek, water clear, fast, 9.0 degrees C., several specimens collected, two of them mature. Kenk R (1973): 8
U south end of Swan Lake Flat, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA map 2347Jun 18, 1963       freshwater stream at south end of Swan Lake Flat, east of road between Norris and Mammoth Springs junctions; water clear, with moderate current, 20.5 degrees C., many specimens, some of them very large (largest 25 mm long), two mature. Kenk R (1973): 8
V Cascade Creek, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA map 2348Sep 7, 1967       freshwater water clear, fast, 12.1 degrees C., pH 8.1; under stones 7 immature specimens, some with signs of fission (regenerating tails) Kenk R (1973): 8
W Cascade Creek, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA map 2348Sep 28, 1967       freshwater water clear, fast, 6 immature specimens taken under stones and placed in culture (one matured). Kenk R (1973): 8
X south end Stevenson Island, Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA map 2349Sep 4, 1970   61 m   freshwater 6 specimens collected by Jack L. Dean off the south end of Stevenson Island on liver bait submerged the preceeding day at 200 feet (61 m) depth, one of them mature. Kenk R (1973): 8

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