Bithynia tentaculata
Bithynia tentaculata
(mud bithynia)

16 results for Bithynia tentaculata (mud bithynia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
50179 MT state non-specific1991  established
1698428 MTDeer Lodge[No locality description provided]2016 17010202 Flint-Rock 
237225 MTDeer LodgeGeorgetown Lake near town of Georgetown2006 17010202 Flint-Rockunknown
166872 MTFlatheadFlathead River drainage1993 17010200 Pend Oreilleunknown
1730997 MTFlatheadMcWennegar Slough2014 17010208 Flathead Lake 
274059 MTFlatheadMcWennegar Slough along N. side of SR35 near junction with Columbia Falls Stage1959 17010208 Flathead Lakeestablished
274060 MTFlatheadMcWennegar Slough along N. side of SR35 near junction with Columbia Falls Stage1960 17010208 Flathead Lakeestablished
274061 MTFlatheadMcWennegar Slough along N. side of SR35 near junction with Columbia Falls Stage1993 17010208 Flathead Lakeestablished
1730995 MTFlatheadSmith Lake2014 17010208 Flathead Lake 
1731006 MTGraniteGeorgetown Lake2008 17010202 Flint-Rock 
1730998 MTPowellBrowns Lake2014 17010203 Blackfoot 
166874 MTPowellUpsata Lake2002 17010203 Blackfootestablished
1731010 MTPowellUpsata Lake2002 17010203 Blackfoot 
1730996 MTPowellUpsata Lake2014 17010203 Blackfoot 
166873 MTPowellUpsata Lake [~7 mi NW of Ovando]1998 17010203 Blackfootestablished
1731007 MTYellowstoneRattlesnake Reservoir2008 10070007 Upper Yellowstone-Pompeys Pillar 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/29/2024].

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