Tarebia granifera
Tarebia granifera
(quilted melania)

5 results for Tarebia granifera (quilted melania)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
241864 PRLajasLajas Irrigation Canal, south of road PR-117, Platas Ward2007 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricoestablished
1529843 PRPatillasTributary to Río Jacaboa (from mouth to 75 m upstream), ca. 100 m (N of) PR 7755 (off of PR 758), 3.2 air miles ESE Patillas.2009 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricoestablished
1529829 PRPenuelasRio Tallaboa, 0.2 air miles N off of PR 132, near end of Calle C, N edge of Tallaboa Alta, 6.7 air miles NW center of Ponce.2009 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricoestablished
1529840 PRPonceRio Bucanà by PR 5139, ca. 1.0 road mile N PR 14 junction, 4.3 air miles NE center of Ponce.2009 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricoestablished
1529835 PRPonceRío Inabón at PR 14, on NE side of Coto Laurel, 6.2 air miles NE center of Ponce.2009 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/16/2019].

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