Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(basket clam)

8 results for Corbicula fluminea (basket clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1243793 FLNassauBrandy Branch of Saint Marys River, at Highway 301 [/State Route 200], [point estimated 0.61 air miles SSW center] Bryceville, [Bryceville Quad].1994 03070204 St. Marysestablished
615039 FLNassauSt. Marys River about 300 m below mouth of Spanish Fork Creek.2010 03070204 St. Marysestablished
614904 FLNassauSt. Marys River at the Fish Camp and Campgrounds off 121 about 1 air mi. NE of Boulogne.2008 03070204 St. Marysestablished
614813 FLNassauSt. Marys River at Tompkins Landing @ 1 mi. W of FL Rt. 121, just downstream of Dunn Creek mouth.2008 03070204 St. Marysestablished
615038 FLNassauSt. Marys River at Traders Hill Recreation Area.2010 03070204 St. Marysestablished
890560 FLNassauSt. Marys River, ~300 m downstream of Spanish Creek. ~4.7 km SSW of Folkston, GA. ~5.2 km upstream of US 1.2010 03070204 St. Marysestablished
890534 FLNassauSt. Marys River, Oxbow just upstream of railroad crossing. ~3 km upstream of US 1. ~4.9 km S of Folkston, GA.2010 03070204 St. Marysestablished
890916 FLNassauSt. Marys River, Traders Hill Rec Area. ~1.6 km upstream of confluence with Spanish Creek. ~5.8 km SSW of Folkston, GA.2010 03070204 St. Marysestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/17/2024].

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