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

103 results for Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata (an applesnail)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
238804 giant applesnailGABaconLake Lure in northwest Alma2007 03070201 Satillaestablished
283643 giant applesnailGABaconLake Lure in northwest Alma2011 03070201 Satillaestablished
643605 giant applesnailGABaconLake Lure in northwest Alma2011 03070201 Satillaestablished
902633 giant applesnailGABen HillSatilla Creek at Dorminy Lake2015 03070201 Satillaestablished
1658634 giant applesnailGABen HillSatilla Creek, at Dorminy Lake2021 03070201 Satillaestablished
252727 giant applesnailGABrooksSunset Lake, a private residential pond in Quitman2007 03110203 Withlacoocheeestablished
643606 giant applesnailGABrooksSunset Lake, a private residential pond in Quitman2011 03110203 Withlacoocheeestablished
935190 giant applesnailGABrooksSunset Lake, unspecified location2007 03110203 Withlacoocheeestablished
1658635 giant applesnailGABullochPrivate pond near Simmons Mill Pond2021 03060202 Lower Ogeecheeunknown
1632877 an applesnailGACamden[No locality description provided]2017 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1541685 giant applesnailGACamden[pond in] Kingsley2016 03070203 Cumberland-St. Simonsestablished
1541684 giant applesnailGACamden[pond near the railroad museum in] St. Mary's2016 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1541683 giant applesnailGACamden[pond]St. Mary's2016 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1541686 giant applesnailGACamden[residential pond in] Kingsley2016 03070203 Cumberland-St. Simonsestablished
643601 giant applesnailGACamdena detention pond at St. Mary's aquatic center2011 03070204 St. Marysestablished
283639 giant applesnailGACamdenAquatic Center pond2007 03070204 St. Marysestablished
283640 giant applesnailGACamdenAquatic Center pond2011 03070204 St. Marysestablished
749264 giant applesnailGACamdenditch on east side of Kingsland2014 03070203 Cumberland-St. Simonsestablished
239159 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Mill Pond in St. Marys2007 03070204 St. Marysestablished
283641 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Mill Pond in St. Marys2011 03070204 St. Marysestablished
643603 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Mill Pond in St. Marys2011 03070204 St. Marysestablished
935148 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Paper Mill Pond, unspecified location2006 03070204 St. Marysestablished
935206 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Paper Mill Pond, unspecified location2008 03070204 St. Marysestablished
935214 giant applesnailGACamdenDurango Paper Mill Pond, unspecified location2008 03070204 St. Marysestablished
749265 giant applesnailGACamdenGum Branch of the Cumberland River2014 03070203 Cumberland-St. Simonsestablished
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