Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(basket clam)

9 results for Corbicula fluminea (basket clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1400699 MOPikeSalt River ~3.5 river mi. above Hwy 79, 2.25mi WNW of Ashburn2007 07110007 Saltestablished
1400750 MOPikeSalt River ~320m above confluence with Peno Cr., 4.0mi NE of Frankford.2007 07110007 Saltestablished
1400663 MORallsSalt River ~1.6 river mi below Rt V, 3.1mi E of New London.2007 07110007 Saltestablished
1400651 MORallsSalt River 1.2 river mi. above Hwy V, 1.75mi NE of New London2007 07110007 Saltestablished
1400814 MORallsSalt River 1.75 miles above Hwy 61 bridge, and 1.75 miles NW of New London2016 07110007 Saltestablished
1400425 MORallsSalt River 4.4 miles NE of New London, 9 Miles SW of Hannibal. Privatly owned land.2006 07110007 Saltestablished
1401007 MORallsSalt River approx. 2.1 river mi. downstream of Hwy A, approx. 2.2 mi SW of Spalding, 8.7 mi. W of New London.2006 07110007 Saltestablished
1400437 MORallsSalt River approx. 4.0 river mi. downstream of Hwy H, 1.7 mi. E of Spalding2006 07110007 Saltestablished
1400733 MORallsSalt River ca 3.8 river miles downstream of Hwy A, 2.6 mi. WSW of Spalding.9.75 miles West of New London, 5.25 miles South of Rensselaer2006 07110007 Saltestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/24/2024].

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