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
50836 DESussexButler Mill Branch, tributary of Nanticoke River, off Lewis Creek near Craigs Mill Route 536 Bridge1981 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
154743 DESussexHitch Pond Branch, Rd. 463 (Site # C26117)1995 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1409311 DESussexMarshyhope Creek, State Route 16 [404] bridge west of Woodenhawk, Nanticoke River trib1990 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
50839 DESussexNanticoke River tributary, Nanticoke Wildlife Refuge [=Nanticoke Wildlife Area], Laurel (unnamed body of water)1983 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1409408 DESussexNanticoke River, Meadow Branch [Drive], Laurel, Delaware State Route 24 Bridge, below Horsey's Pond spillway [Little Creek]1990 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
50838 DESussexNanticoke River, near Seaford1982 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1409461 DESussexNanticoke River, State Route 18 Bridge, just East of junction with County road 533, Cypress Swamp1990 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1409396 DESussexRecords Pond, Laurel, at dam and boat ramp1990 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1464728 DESussexWilliams Pond2010 02080109 Nanticokeestablished
1243672 DESussexWilliams Pond, Seaford, [1.62 air miles NNE center Seaford], [Seaford East Quad].2010 02080109 Nanticokeestablished

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

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