Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)

10 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1650111 ALColbertBear Creek at confluence with Rock Creek nr. Natchez Trace Parkway; 8.5mi. NNE of Tishomingo, MS (River Mile 25.4)2003 06030006 Bearestablished
886358 ALColbertBear Creek At Mouth Of Rock Creek At Natchez Trace.1999 06030006 Bearestablished
888934 ALColbertBear Creek, [1.6 mi. NE of Allsboro, 4.6 mi. NNE of Burnstown]1996 06030006 Bearestablished
888935 ALColbertBear Creek, along Natchez Trace Parkway, [1.3 mi. ESE of Bishop, 2.5 mi. SSE of Allsboro]1997 06030006 Bearestablished
280769 ALColbertBear Creek, just south of Bishop1983 06030006 Bearestablished
888959 ALFranklinCedar Creek, 1 mi. E of Pogo, about 10 mi. above its mouth, [8 mi. N of Red Bay]1966 06030006 Bearestablished
645440 ALFranklinCedar Creek, Hwy 43, 2 mi S of Hwy 24 Jct at Russelville1983 06030006 Bearestablished
645441 ALFranklinCedar Creek, Hwy 43, 2 mi S of Hwy 24 Jct at Russelville1983 06030006 Bearestablished
1650171 ALFranklinTown Branch nr. Walnut Gate Road crossing2005 06030006 Bearestablished
645443 ALMarionBear Creek, 2 mi northeast of Hackleburg on US 431983 06030006 Bearestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/4/2023].

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