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Confirmed Animal Database Entries

Sampling of abiotic (non-living) or chemical data can help to determine the quality of a habitat at specific points in time, however, biological organisms (living) can be used as round the clock indicators of habitat quality over longer periods. Their presence and abundance can help us understand how their environments are being changed with time. Both sampling methods are important when studying ecological systems such as Waikele Watershed. Below is a species list of what can be found in the marine and freshwater habitats at your study sites. NOTE: if you are looking for specific datasets, you can query the database by Site and Date below. Data can be saved / downloaded to your desktop by clicking on the orange "CSV" button at the bottom of the screen. NOTE: If you are searching for a specific type of organism, sampling method or date of a collection, you can use the sorting features below. You can download any content in the database by clicking on the orange CSV button at the bottom of the page.
DATA ENTRIES NEED APPROVAL BY DATA MANAGER BEFORE VIEWED ON THIS PAGE (Pending Items).
Date Student(s) Study Site Origin Common Name Phylum Genus/Species Habitat Photo Notes: Edit
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 - 20:15 Cory Y. Waikakalaua Stream Non-native Japanese Swamp Shrimp Arthropoda Neocaridina denticulata s. Freshwater Stream

Caught with handnet, s. = sinensis

Thursday, September 19, 2013 - 11:00 Cory Y. Mokauea Island Unknown Hairy Crab Arthropoda Pilumnus sp. Marine (benthic)

Please help identify species for Hawaii and origin. Found at low tide, near shoreline.

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