Potamopyrgus antipodarum
Potamopyrgus antipodarum
(New Zealand mudsnail)
Mollusks-Gastropods
Exotic

30 results for Potamopyrgus antipodarum (New Zealand mudsnail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
157433 MTGallatinDarlington Ditch, Cobblestone2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
1467819 MTGallatinDarlington Ditch, Cobblestone2000 10020007 Madisonunknown
1467844 MTGallatinDarlington Ditch, Cobblestone2009 10020007 Madisonunknown
275348 MTGallatinDarlington Ditch, CS low Br.2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
275496 MTGallatinMadison River1996 10020007 Madisonestablished
275502 MTGallatinMadison River1997 10020007 Madisonestablished
275495 MTGallatinMadison River1997 10020007 Madisonestablished
275411 MTGallatinMadison River at Bakers Hole [Rt. 191 bridge crossing SE of Hebgen Dam/Lake]1995 10020007 Madisonestablished
275412 MTGallatinMadison River at Bakers Hole [Rt. 191 bridge crossing SE of Hebgen Dam/Lake]2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
52731 MTGallatinMadison River at Bakers Hole [Rt. 191 bridge crossing SE of Hebgen Dam/Lake]2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
50178 MTGallatinMadison River at Bakers Hole Campground in Gallatin National Forest below Yellowstone Park boundary (111.1 W, 44.7 N).1996 10020007 Madisonestablished
50177 MTGallatinMadison River at Bakers Hole Campground in Gallatin National Forest below Yellowstone Park boundary.1995 10020007 Madisonestablished
52730 MTGallatinMadison River at Cabin Creek [just NW of Hebgen Dam/Lake]2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
1468772 MTGallatinMadison River at West Yellowstone1999 10020007 Madisonestablished
1467848 MTGallatinMadison River, 8 mi SE Grayling, Bakers Hole, North America1995 10020007 Madisonunknown
275413 MTGallatinMadison River, Cabin Creek2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
1467828 MTMadisonDarlington Ditch, Cobblestone Site2000 10020007 Madisonunknown
153701 MTMadisonMadison River about 1/4 mile upstream of Norris Bridge [Rt. 84 near Norris, MT]2002 10020007 Madisonestablished
275408 MTMadisonMadison River at Burnt Tree Hole2005 10020007 Madisonestablished
275409 MTMadisonMadison River at Eight Mile Ford FAS2005 10020007 Madisonestablished
52729 MTMadisonMadison River at Raynolds Pass [Rt. 87 crossing E of Cliff Lake, MT]2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
275416 MTMadisonMadison River at Raynolds Pass [Rt. 87 crossing E of Cliff Lake, MT]2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
275417 MTMadisonMadison River at Raynolds Pass [Rt. 87 crossing E of Cliff Lake, MT]2001 10020007 Madisonestablished
275410 MTMadisonMadison River at Varney Bridge FAS2005 10020007 Madisonestablished
275420 MTMadisonMadison River, BLM-Red Mountain campground2004 10020007 Madisonestablished
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