Invertebrates of the Indiana Dunes

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Brown Slug (3714909723).jpg
Ebony Jewelwing, female, Calopteryx maculata (3715720868).jpg

The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is a National Park Service unit on the shore of Lake Michigan in Indiana, United States. A BioBlitz took place there on May 15 and 16, 2009.[1] During that time, a list of organisms was compiled which included invertebrates.[2]

List of invertebrates other than insects and arachnids[edit]


For the list of mollusk species - snails, slugs, clams and mussels - please see List of non-marine mollusks of the Indiana Dunes.


  1. Diplopoda sp. - millipedes
  2. Narceus americanus - North American millipede.

Other invertebrates

  1. Trichuridae - roundworms
  2. Paul Ryan

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Coordinates: 41°38′53″N 87°06′29″W / 41.648056°N 87.108056°W / 41.648056; -87.108056