Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)

8 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1243772 TNBradleyCoahulla Creek, 3.2 [air] km [1.98 air miles] SSE [center] of Waterville, [Felker Quad].1966 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
886718 TNBradleyConasauga River At Hwy 74 Bridge, 0.2 Miles North Of Georgia State Line.1981 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
890672 TNBradleyConasauga River, ~330 m downstream TN 74 Bridge, ~3.66 NW of Tennga, GA.2010 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
891642 TNBradleyConasauga River, S.R. 74 (GA 225) bridge, ~4 km W of Conasauga, TN.1995 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
1635358 TNBradleyConasauga River, State Road 74 Bridge1985 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
1243792 TNBradleyMill Creek at Samples Chapel Road, 1.3 [air] km WNW [center] of Bradley-Polk County line, about [17.6 air] km SE [center] of Cleveland, [Felker Quad].1994 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
1243645 TNPolkConasauga River below Wilson Bend, Island bottom below Ball Play Creek, 0.85 km E of US 411, [3.44 air km W center Willis Springs], [Parksville Quad].2003 03150101 Conasaugaestablished
890908 TNPolkConasauga River, ~170 km downstream Easley Ford Road Bridge, ~3.8 km NNW of Tennga, GA.2009 03150101 Conasaugaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/1/2023].

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