Pomacea maculata
Pomacea maculata
(giant applesnail)

6 results for Pomacea maculata (giant applesnail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
242729 TXBrazoriaa rice field and nearby drainage ditch off Route 60 in Rosharon2007 12040205 Austin-Oysterestablished
1617528 TXBrazoriaprivate pond2019 12040205 Austin-Oysterestablished
1633847 TXFort BendCullinan Park, [near White Lake]2018 12040205 Austin-Oysterunknown
1649560 TXFort BendOyster Creek, Sugarland, TX2020 12040205 Austin-Oysterunknown
1321324 TXFort Bendpond between Cullinan Park and Sugarland Regional Airport2016 12040205 Austin-Oysterestablished
1635501 TXFort BendPrivate property on Oyster Creek in Sugarland, TX 774782020 12040205 Austin-Oysterestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/31/2020].

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