Melanoides tuberculata
Melanoides tuberculata
(red-rim melania)

13 results for Melanoides tuberculata (red-rim melania)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1701936 FLBrevardCentral Blvd Retention Pond, Cocoa Beach, Florida2022 03080202 Cape Canaveral 
1701932 FLBrevardEau Galle Creek, Melbourne, Florida2022 03080202 Cape Canaveral 
1701930 FLBrowardMiddle River Canal, Sunrise, Florida2022 03090206 Florida Southeast Coast 
1701928 FLBrowardPompano Canal, Pompano Beach, Florida2022 03090206 Florida Southeast Coast 
1701966 FLDuvalTributary to New Rose Creek, Jacksonville, Florida2022 03080103 Lower St. Johns 
1735081 FLHardeePayne Creek, north of Ollie Roberts Road2022 03100101 Peaceunknown
1701924 FLHillsboroughBaker Creek, Thonotosassa, Florida2022 03100205 Hillsborough 
1701922 FLHillsboroughLettuce Lake Park retention pond, Tampa, Florida2022 03100205 Hillsborough 
1701925 FLManateeTributary to Manatee River, Ellenton, Florida2022 03100202 Manatee 
1701927 FLMiami-DadeFlorida City Canal, Homestead, FL2022 03090206 Florida Southeast Coast 
1701926 FLMiami-DadeTributary to Florida City Canal, Homestead, Florida2022 03090206 Florida Southeast Coast 
1701964 FLVolusiaLake Dias, Deland, Florida2022 03080103 Lower St. Johns 
1701965 FLVolusiaLake Dias, Deland, Florida2022 03080103 Lower St. Johns 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/16/2024].

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