Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)
Mollusks-Bivalves
Exotic

32 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1649805 ALDallasAlabama River nr. Blackwell Bend; 5.5mi. SSW of Selma1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1243676 ALDallasAlabama River, ARM 200.8, 35 m from right descending bank, just downstream of Beaver Dam Branch, [point estimated 4.2 air miles SW center Selma], [Blackwell Bend Quad].1999 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
645222 ALDallasMulberry Creek upstream of Alabama Highway 14, at Autauga/Dallas county line, T 17 N, R 12 E, sec. 9 (site A-25)1994 03150201 Upper Alabamaunknown
280775 ALDallasMulberry Creek, at Gardiner Island (mouth of creek)1984 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649952 ALDallasSoapstone Creek ~1mi. upstream of U. S. Hwy. 802001 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1650155 ALDallasSoapstone Creek ~1mi. upstream of U. S. Hwy. 802004 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1243828 ALElmoreCallaway Creek Canal [currently Jordan Lake], (Coosa River Bypass), Jordan Dam to Bouldin Dam, [point estimated 9.2 air] km E [center] of Deatsville, [Elmore Quad].1988 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649999 ALElmoreCoosa and Tallapoosa River, junction of, 4.5mi SW Wetumpka, NE Parker Island1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649992 ALElmoreCoosa and Tallapoosa rivers, confluence of, Fort Toulouse, on island2016 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1650069 ALElmoreCoosa River and Tallapoosa River, confluence of2004 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649796 ALElmoreCoosa River and Tallapoosa River, confluence of; ~4.5mi. SW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649820 ALElmoreLake Bouldin ~5mi. NW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649821 ALElmoreLake Bouldin ~5mi. NW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649822 ALElmoreLake Bouldin ~6.7mi. NW of Wetumpka, permanent island in1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649795 ALElmoreLake Bouldin ~6mi. NW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649818 ALElmoreslough and sandbar between Lake Jordan and Lake Bouldin; ~6.8mi. NW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649819 ALElmoreslough and sandbar between Lake Jordan and Lake Bouldin; ~6.8mi. NW of Wetumpka1972 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649889 ALLowndesBig Swamp Creek nr. AL Hwy. 21 crossing2001 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649899 ALLowndesBig Swamp Creek nr. Benton Road crossing2001 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649901 ALLowndesBig Swamp Creek nr. Benton Road crossing2002 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649898 ALLowndesBig Swamp Creek nr. U. S. Hwy. 80 crossing2002 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1256945 ALLowndesBig Swamp Creek, 3 mi ENE of Benton, near Edsons, T16n, R13e, Section 331990 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1635356 ALLowndesUnnamed Creek on Dallas-lowndes Co. Line, near Benton Alabama River Drainage1978 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
1649908 ALMontgomeryAlabama River between Montgomery city limit and Catoma Creek2001 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
645223 ALMontgomeryCatoma Creek at unnumbered Montgomery County road 0.5 mi. SW of U.S. Highway 82, T 15 N, R 19 E, sec. 29 (site A-31)1994 03150201 Upper Alabamaunknown
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/2/2021].

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