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Polycelis sierrensis

  site map site # (info) collection date kind depth substrate salin comments reference
A Fern Spring, Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, California, USA map 2364Jul 3, 1967       freshwater Limnocrene with considerable water flow and several seepage springs above it; water temperature 6.4 and 6.8 degrees C., pH 6.1 and 6.2; several specimens under stones, one of them mature, one with regeneration head. Kenk R (1973): 11
B Fern Spring, Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, California, USA map 2364Jul 5, 1967       freshwater temperature 7.3 degrees C., 17 specimens of various sizes, 2 mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
C Sagehen Creek Biological Station, Nevada County, California, USA map 2365Sep 23, 1967       freshwater spring near Sagehen Creek Biological Station, tributary of Sagehen Creek, furnishing water to the station. Situated about 2 miles west of State Road 89, north of Truckee, water clear, fast, temperature 6.3 degrees C., pH 7.5 under stones, 3 specimen Kenk R (1973): 11
D Sagehen Creek Biological Station, Nevada County, California, USA map 2365Jul 10, 1968       freshwater temperature 6.5 degrees C., pH 7.5, oxygen 10 ppm, many specimens under stones, some mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
E Sagehen Creek Biological Station, Nevada County, California, USA map 2365May 28-29, 1970       freshwater temperature 6.3 degrees C., pH 7.5, oxygen 9 ppm, about 50 Polycelis under stones and on bait (beef liver) exposed over night, some mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
F McKinney Creek, Lake Tahoe, Placer County, California, USA map 2366June 21, 1967       freshwater clear, fast water, 9.0 degrees C., pH 7.1, about 10 specimens under stones, 2 mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
G Tahoe City, Placer County, California, USA map 2367Sep 23, 1967       freshwater overflow spring furnishing water to the local California Fish and Game facility on State Road 28, 1.7 road miles northeast of junction with State Road 89; water clear, fast, temperature 6.7 degrees C., pH 6.8, 6 immature Polycelis under stones. Kenk R (1973): 11
H Tahoe City, Placer County, California, USA map 2367Jul 10, 1968       freshwater water clear, fast, temperature 6.2 degrees C., pH 6.6, oxygen 10 ppm, several Polycelis under stones, 2 of them mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
I Tahoe City, Placer County, California, USA map 2367May 28-29, 1970       freshwater water clear, fast, temperature 10.0 degrees C., pH 7.0, oxygen 7 ppm, many mature and immature specimens under stones and on liver bait. Kenk R (1973): 11
J Deep Creek, Placer County, California, USA map 2368Sep 23, 1967 type locality     freshwater water clear, fast current, temperature 10.6 degrees C., pH 7.7, 4 immature post-fission specimens under stones. Kenk R (1973): 11
K Deep Creek, Placer County, California, USA map 2368Jul 10, 1968 type locality     freshwater 3 specimens, 2 of them mature. Kenk R (1973): 11
L Marlette Creek, Washoe County, Nevada, USA map 2369Jul 11, 1968       freshwater water clear, fast, 16.5 degrees C., pH 7.4, 2 specimens under stones, 1 mature. Kenk R (1973): 11

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