Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)

9 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
157210 COMesaColorado River, in Grand Junction2003 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
1635201 COMesaColorado River, overpass of CO 340E at Colorado River, N side of Hwy., just south of I-702004 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauunknown
1635203 COMesaHighline Lake2004 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauunknown
1635216 COMesaHighline Lake2006 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauunknown
1635174 COMesaHighline Lake, 5 mi northwest of Loma, from swim beach and near boat launch1995 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauunknown
1635188 COMesaHighline Lake, Ute Base Line1995 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauunknown
253619 COMesaHighline Lake, Ute Base Line, NW of Loma1995 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
281351 COMesaSalt Creek2003 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
253630 COMesaSpring Creek, 8 mi SW of Collbran on CR KE.00 [~2 mi WSW of Molina]2003 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished

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