Pomacea diffusa
Pomacea diffusa
(spike-topped applesnail)
Mollusks-Gastropods
Exotic

7 results for Pomacea diffusa (spike-topped applesnail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
934896 FLClayOrange Park, pond on SR-23 appx 800 m S of Argyle Forest Blvd2011 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934888 FLDuvalDrainage Ditch, Jacksonville, Beach Blvd and Anniston Rd between US Post Office and Sam's Club2006 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934889 FLDuvalDrainage Ditch, Jacksonville, Beach Blvd and Anniston Rd between US Post Office and Sam's Club2006 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934891 FLDuvalDrainage Ditch, Jacksonville, Beach Blvd and Anniston Rd between US Post Office and Sam's Club2008 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934895 FLDuvalDrainage ditch, Jacksonville,vicinity of Salvation Army building 10900 Beach Blvd2010 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934892 FLDuvalJacksonville, drainage ditch Beach Blvd appx 170 m E of Anniston Rd2008 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown
934893 FLDuvalJacksonville, drainage ditch Beach Blvd appx 170 m E of Anniston Rd2009 03080103 Lower St. Johnsunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/25/2021].

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