Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata
Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata
(an applesnail)
Mollusks-Gastropods
Exotic

8 results for Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata (an applesnail)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1652217 an applesnailFLFlaglerRoyal Palms Pkwy, Palm Coast, FL, US2014 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
1495672 an applesnailFLSt. JohnsGuana River2015 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935116 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, Drainage ditch between Treaty Park and Moultrie Creek(?)2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935117 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, Drainage ditch to flowing into lake from the northwest2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935020 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, unspecified location2005 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935114 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, unspecified location2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935199 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, unspecified location2008 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished
935319 giant applesnailFLSt. JohnsTreaty Park Lake, unspecified location2010 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/27/2022].

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