Pomacea maculata
Pomacea maculata
(giant applesnail)

7 results for Pomacea maculata (giant applesnail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1678332 CASan DiegoLake Miramar, San Diego, CA, US2017 18070304 San Diegounknown
1675322 CASan DiegoMiramar Reservoir2020 18070304 San Diegounknown
1674707 LAIbervilleIberville Parish, LA, USA2020 08070300 Lower Grandunknown
1674708 LAIbervilleIberville Parish, LA, USA2020 08070300 Lower Grandunknown
1674709 LAIbervilleIberville Parish, LA, USA2020 08070300 Lower Grandunknown
1672444 LAIbervilleParish Governing Authority District 12, LA, USA2019 08070300 Lower Grandunknown
1401662 LAPointe CoupeeFalse River [quarter mile stretch from Highway 413]2017 08070300 Lower Grandestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/20/2022].

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