Bithynia tentaculata
Bithynia tentaculata
(mud bithynia, faucet snail)

17 results for Bithynia tentaculata (mud bithynia, faucet snail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
52395 NY Erie Barge Canal from Albany to Buffalo1889 04140201 Senecaestablished
52406 NYOnondagaErie Barge Canal at Baldwinsville, NY1974 04140201 Senecaestablished
155491 NYOnondagaErie Canal, near Syracuse1880 04140201 Senecaestablished
52416 NYOnondagaLiverpool, NY (northern suburb of Syracuse)1974 04140201 Senecaestablished
52594 NYOnondagaOnondaga Lake, Syracuse1966 04140201 Senecaestablished
52414 NYOnondagaSyracuse1974 04140201 Senecaestablished
155895 NYOnondagaSyracuse1999 04140201 Senecaestablished
52408 NYSchuylerSeneca Lake at Watkins Glen1974 04140201 Senecaestablished
52595 NYSenecaCayuga Lake1966 04140201 Senecaestablished
630672 NYSenecaSeneca Lake2012 04140201 Senecaunknown
862911 NYSenecaSeneca Lake2012 04140201 Senecaestablished
52596 NYSenecaSeneca Lake [Finger Lakes, NY]1966 04140201 Senecaestablished
863337 NYTompkinsCayuga Lake2010 04140201 Senecaestablished
862978 NYWayne[No locality provided]2001 04140201 Senecaestablished
862974 NYWayne[No locality provided]2006 04140201 Senecaestablished
155787 NYWayneCentral Barge Canal at Newark (NY DEC Site Code: CCAN-05)2001 04140201 Senecaestablished
155031 NYWayneCentral Barge Canal, east of Wide Waters; Whitebeck Road bridge, Newark2001 04140201 Senecaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/4/2022].

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