Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)

11 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
886490 MSLeeCoonewah Creek At Ms 145 Bridge, 2.6 Km NNW Shannon, 6 Km S Verona. T11s R5e Section 12.2001 03160102 Townestablished
886519 MSLeeCoonewah Creek At Ms 6, 8.25 Km Wsw Tupelo. T10s R5e Section 5.2001 03160102 Townestablished
886495 MSLeeEuclautubba Creek 2.3 Km S Jct Us45 & Sr 145, Ca. 2 Km Upstream Mudd Creek. T9s R6e Section 30.2001 03160102 Townestablished
886394 MSLeeMud Creek 600m E Of Us Hwy 45 N Of Tupelo Se Of Beech Springs T9s R6e Sec82000 03160102 Townestablished
886500 MSLeeMud Creek At Us 45, 4 Km N Jct. Us45 & Us78 N Of Tupelo, 5.5 Km Ssw Saltillo. T9s R6e Section 5.2001 03160102 Townestablished
886437 MSLeeSand Creek At Saltillo T08s, R06e, Sec211986 03160102 Townestablished
886501 MSLeeTown Creek At Sr 178, 1.4 Km Nnw Belden, 6 Km Se Sherman. T9s R5e Section 8.2001 03160102 Townestablished
886325 MSLeeTown Creek At Us Hwy 78 One Km North Of Bendale. T9s R5e Section 8.2000 03160102 Townestablished
886324 MSLeeTown Creek Between Us 78 And Hwy 145. T9s R6e Section 18.2000 03160102 Townestablished
886393 MSLeeTulip Creek Hwy 6 (main St.) 4.2km E Of Us Hwy 45 T9s R6e Sec352000 03160102 Townestablished
886488 MSMonroeTown Creek At Us 45 Bridge 3.2 Km Ssw Of Nettleton, 13.5 Km Ne Okolona. T12sr6e Secs 1&12.2001 03160102 Townestablished

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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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