Nonnative Invertebrates

Arthropods

Common NameScientific NameFirst ObservedIntroductionStatus

Yellow-banded Millipede

Anadenobolus monilicornis

    Reported

Spiny Waterflea

Bythotrephes longimanus

    Reported

Bocourt Swimming Crab

Callinectes bocourti

    Reported

Fishhook Waterflea

Cercopagis pengoi

    Reported

Chinese Mitten Crab

Eriocheir sinensis

    Reported

Bloody Red Shrimp

Hemimysis anomala

    Reported

Cascade River Prawn

Macrobrachium heterochirus

    Reported

Bristled River Shrimp

Macrobrachium olfersii

    Reported

Rusty Crayfish

Orconectes rusticus

    Reported

Giant Tiger Prawn

Penaeus monodon

    Reported

Flatworms

Common NameScientific NameFirst ObservedIntroductionStatus

Hammerhead Worm

Bipalium kewense

   

Reported

New Guinea Flatworm

Platydemus manokwari

   

Established

Insects

Common NameScientific NameFirst ObservedIntroductionStatus

Giant Cave Cockroach

Blaberus giganteus

   

Reported

Asian Lady Beetle

Harmonia axyridis

   

Reported

New World Screwworm

Cochliomyia sp.

   

Extirpated

Jellyfish

Common NameScientific NameFirst ObservedIntroductionStatus

Freshwater Jellyfish

Craspedacusta sowerbyi

   

Reported

Orange Cup Coral

Tubastraea coccinea

   

Reported

Mollucks

 

Common NameScientific NameFirst ObservedIntroductionStatus

Giant African Land Snail

Achatina fulica

    Reported

Banded Caracol

Caracolus marginella

    Reported

Chinese Mysterysnail

Cipangopaludina chinensis

    Reported

Asian Clam

Corbicula fluminea

    Reported

Quagga Mussel

Dreissena bugensis

    Reported

Zebra Mussel

Dreissena polymorpha

    Reported

Giant Coxcomb Oyster

Hyotissa hyotis

    Reported

Giant Ramshorn Snail

Marisa cornuarietis

    Reported

Titan Acorn Barnacle

Megabalanus coccopoma

    Reported

Red-rim Melania

Melanoides tuberculatus

    Reported

Charru Mussel

Mytella charruana

    Reported

Green Mussel

Perna viridis

    Extirpated

Channeled Applesnail

Pomacea canaliculata

    Reported

Spiketop Applesnail

Pomacea diffusa

    Reported

Titan Applesnail

Pomacea haustrum

    Reported

Island Applesnail

Pomacea maculata

    Reported

New Zealand Mud Snail

Potamopyrgus antipodarum

    Reported

Banded Mysterysnail

Viviparus georgianus

    Reported


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