Bithynia tentaculata
Bithynia tentaculata
(mud bithynia, faucet snail)

6 results for Bithynia tentaculata (mud bithynia, faucet snail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1420938 MDAnne ArundelPatapsco Valley State Park2017 02060003 Gunpowder-Patapscoestablished
1539260 MNHubbardnear the fishing pier on the south access on Long Lake (29016100), Hubbard County.2017 07010106 Crow Wingestablished
1635419 WIBuffaloMississippi River near Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge2017 07040003 Buffalo-Whitewaterestablished
1425223 WIWinnebagoLake Winnebago2017 04030203 Lake Winnebagoestablished
1425016 WIWinnebagoLake Winnebago2017 04030204 Lower Foxestablished
1424815 WIWinnebagoLake Winnebago2017 04030203 Lake Winnebagoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/30/2020].

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