Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
31095 NewsAdvocate staff report2018Invasive snail found in Acadiana crawfish pond; pest also poses threat to rice plants
29907 ReportBureau of Natural and Cultural Resources 2015Florida Park Service Resource Management Annual Report
30615 Journal ArticleCarter, J., S. Merino, D. Prejean, and G. LaFleur, Jr.2017Observations of raccoon (Procyon lotor) predation on the invasive Maculata apple snail (Pomacea maculata) in southern Louisiana.
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
31948 Book ChapterCowie, R.H., K.A. Hayes, E.E. Strong, and S.C. Thiengo.2017Non-native apple snails: systematics, distribution, invasion history and reasons for introduction.
30025 Journal ArticleDavidson, A.T., and N.J. Dorn.2017Life history traits determine the differential vulnerability of native and invasive apple snails (Pomacea spp.) to a shared juvenile-stage predator
31116 Journal ArticleDeaton, L. E., Schmidt, W., Leblanc, B., Carter, J., Mueck, K., and S. Merino2016Physiology of the invasive apple snail Pomacea maculata: tolerance to low temperatures
32125 NewsDudley, P.2018Apple Snails and their eggs spotted in Luling neighborhood
28234 DatabaseFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission2015Applesnail occurrences in Florida (Pomacea sp.), 1962-2015.
32245 Journal ArticleGooding, E.L., A.E. Fowler, D. Knott, R.T Dillon, Jr., T. Brown, M.R. Kendrick, and P.R. Kingsley-Smith2018Life History and Phenological Characteristics of the Invasive Island Apple Snail Pomacea maculata (Perry, 1810) in Stormwater Retention Ponds in Coastal South Carolina, USA
14060 BookHowells, R.G.2001History and status of applesnail (Pomacea spp.) introductions in Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Management Data Series No. 183.
28081 ReportKingsley-Smith, P., A. Fowler, E. Gooding, and D. Knott.2015SCDNR Marine Resources Research Institute Report to GSARP.
19144 OtherKline, Jeffrey.2009Everglades National Park - Freshwater Aquatics Monitoring.
29089 ReportLouisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.2016Louisiana - Aquatic Invasive Species report to GSARP, April 2016
29992 Journal ArticlePerez, K.E., V.G. Gamboa, C.M. Schneider, and R.L. Burks.2017Resaca supports range expansion of invasive apple snails (Pomacea maculata Perry, 1810; Caenogastropoda: Ampullariidae) to the Rio Grande Valley, Texas
16154 Journal ArticleRawlings, T.A., K.A. Hayes, R.H. Cowie, and T.M. Collins2007The identity, distribution, and impacts on non-native apple snails in the continental United States.
26874 Thesis or DissertationRobertson, S.M.2014Potential threats of the exotic apple snail Pomacea insularum to aquatic ecosystems in Georgia and Florida.
32610 NewsSayer, H.2019Winter Park’s Lakes Division and Keep Winter Park Beautiful worked together to clean up Lake Knowles
25944 DatabaseUeda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie.2019iNaturalist.org
32800 Journal ArticleUnderwood, E.B., T.L. Darden, D.M. Knott, and P.R. Kinsley-Smith2019Determining the salinity tolerance of invasive island apple snail Pomacea maculata (Perry, 1810) hatchlings to assess the invasion probability in estuarine habitats in South Carolina, USA
32802 Journal ArticleUnderwood, E.B., T.L. Darden, T.P. O'Donnell, and P.R. Kinsley-Smith2019Population genetic structure and diversity of the invasive island apple snail Pomacea maculata (Perry, 1810) in South Carolina.
24723 ReportWilde, S., R. Haynie, S. Robertson, J. Byers, B. McDowell, and L. Pintor.2012Spread and ecological impacts of the invasive Island apple snail (Pomacea insularum).


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