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Didemnum vexillum - Washington Coast Occurrences and Images



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First documented occurrence

Observed by K. Frick on a sunken wooden boat in Edmonds Underwater Park, Edmonds, Washington, March, 2004. Collected by K. Frick and identified by G. Lambert, September, 2004.

Web sites with imagery and text

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Oct. 12, 2004; occurrence of invasive tunicate in Edmonds Underwater Park. (PDF format)

Pacific N.W. Scuba, Invasive Tunicate!; occurrence of invasive tunicate in Puget Sound and Hood Canal. (PDF format)

Web sites with text only

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife news release, Oct. 8, 2004; occurrence of invasive tunicate in Edmonds Underwater Park. (PDF format)

The Herald, Everett, Washington, Oct. 13, 2004; occurrence of invasive tunicate in Edmonds Underwater Park. (PDF format)

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