Rapana venosa
Rapana venosa
(veined rapa whelk)

8 results for Rapana venosa (veined rapa whelk)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
154715 VA Downstream in the mouth of the James River to the Thimble Shoal Channel, the southerly of the two major shipping canals2000 02080101 Lower Chesapeake Bayestablished
154712 VAHamptonHampton Roads below the James River Bridge through Buckroe Beach2000 02080108 Lynnhaven-Poquosonestablished
154711 VAIsle of WightState Route 258 (above) James River Bridge in the southwest2000 02080206 Lower Jamesestablished
154714 VANorfolkHampton Roads below the James River Bridge through Little Creek2000 02080108 Lynnhaven-Poquosonestablished
154713 VANorfolkHampton Roads below the James River Bridge through Ocean View2000 02080108 Lynnhaven-Poquosonestablished
154710 VANorfolkLafayette River in the south2000 02080208 Hampton Roadsestablished
154709 VAPortsmouthElizabeth River (east of Craney Island)2000 02080208 Hampton Roadsestablished
154708 VAVirginia BeachAtlantic Ocean, Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel2000 02080101 Lower Chesapeake Bayestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/25/2021].

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