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
51318 MSGeorgeChickasawhay River, near Merrill1966 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
886132 MSGeorgeChickasawhay River, T1s, R8w, S11980 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
886344 MSGreeneChickasawhay River at US 98 Bridge in silt-covered clay between limestone rocks, 10-15 cm deep2000 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
1649988 MSGreeneChickasawhay River nr. Lakesville,MS1976 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
889563 MSGreeneChickasawhay River, [5.0 mi. ESE of Leaf, 10.0 mi. SW of Leakesville]1997 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
51319 MSGreeneChickasawhay River, E of Jonathan1968 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
51321 MSGreeneChickasawhay River, near state line1966 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
51320 MSGreeneChickasawhay River, S of Leakesville1968 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
886514 MSGreeneTurkey Fork Above Bothwell-indian Hill Rd, 24 Km E Richton. T4n R7w E/2 Section 9.2000 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished
886512 MSGreeneTurkey Fork Below Turkey Fork Reservoir, 24 Km E Richton, 28 Km S Clara. T4n R7w S2 Section 4.2000 03170003 Lower Chickasawhayestablished

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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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