Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Cipangopaludina chinensis listed in key words.

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15826 Journal Article Barnhart, M.C. 1978. Three introduced gastropods in Iowa. The Nautilus 92(3):106-107.
35350 Database Beaty, L.E. 2021. Exotic snails in Pennsyvania, 2020. The Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College, Erie, PA. Created on 02/08/2021.
35359 Database Beaty, L.E. 2021. Exotic snails in Pennsyvania, 2019. The Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College, Erie, PA. Created on 02/11/2021.
13575 Web Page Bishop Museum. 1997. Listing of species known from aquatic environments (brackish/fresh water) in the Hawaiian Islands. (Accessed 1997).
27221 Database Brady, V. 2015. Great Lakes Coastal Monitoring Project: inverts dataset (through 2013). Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office, Chicago, IL.
16663 Journal Article Burch, J.B. 1980. A guide to the fresh water snails of the Philippines. Malacological Review 13(1-2):121-144.
28380 Journal Article Bury, J.A., B.E. Sietman, and B.N. Karns. 2007. Distribution of the non-native viviparid snails, Bellamya chinensis and Viviparus georgianus, in Minnesota and the first record of Bellamya japonica from Wisconsin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22(4):697-703.
29261 Journal Article Butkas, K.J., and M.L. Ostrofsky. 2006. The status of unionid and dreissenid mussels in northwestern Pennsylvania inland lakes. The Nautilus 120(3):106-111.
26266 Database California Department of Fish and Game. 2009. California Aquatic Non-native Organism Database (CANOD). California Department of Fish and Game, Office of Spill Prevention and Response. Created on 03/08/2011. Accessed on 07/20/2011.
24369 Database Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. 2019. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. Accessed on 01/27/2019.
19747 Database Central Hardwoods Invasive Plant Network. 2010. Joint Aquatic Invasive Species Survey, 2010. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Accessed on 09/15/2015.
26270 Journal Article Chaine, N.M., C.R. Allen, K.A. Fricke, D.M. Haak, M.L. Hellman, R.A. Kill, K.T. Nemec, K.L. Pope, N.A. Smeenk, B.J. Stephen, D.R. Uden, K.M. Unstad, and A.E. Vader Ham. 2012. Population estimate of Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis) in a Nebraska reservoir. BioInvasions Records 1(4):283-287.
32924 Journal Article Chang, P-K, J.H. Cross, and S.S.S. Chen. 1968. Aquatic Snails as Intermediate Hosts for Angiostrongylus cantonensis on Taiwan. The Journal of Parasitology 54(1):182-183.
16668 Journal Article Chao, D., L.C. Wang, and T.C. Huang. 1993. Prevalence of larval helminths in freshwater snails of the Kinmen Islands. Journal of Helminthology 67(4):259-264.
29684 Journal Article Chiu, Y., H. Chen, S. Lee, and C.A. Chen. 2002. Morphometric analysis of shell and operculum variations in the Viviparid snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis (Mollusca: Gastropoda), in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 41(3):321-331.
16669 Journal Article Chung, P.R., and Y. Jung. 1999. Cipangopaludina chinensis malleata (Gastropoda: Viviparidae): a new second molluscan intermediate host of a human intestinal fluke Echinostoma cinetorchis (Trematoda: Echinostomatidae) in Korea. Journal of Parasitology 85(5):963-964.
16670 Journal Article Clarke, A.H. 1978. The Asian apple snail Cipangopaludina chinensis (Viviparidae) in Oneida Lake, New York. Nautilus 92(3):134.
13564 Book Clarke, A.H. 1981. The freshwater molluscs of Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, Ottawa,.
9181 Journal Article Clench, W.J., and S.L.H. Fuller. 1965. The genus Viviparus (Viviparidae) in North America. Occasional Papers on Mollusks 2:385-412.
10319 Report Cohen, A.N., and J.T. Carlton. 1995. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species in a United States Estuary, A Case Study of the Biological Invasions of the San Francisco Bay and Delta. A report for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC and The National Sea Grant College Program Connecticut Sea Grant.
30319 Journal Article Collas, F.P.L., S.K.D. Breedveld, J. Matthews, G. van der Velde, and R. S.E.W. Leuven. 2017. Invasion biology and risk assessment of the recently introduced Chinese mystery snail, Bellamya (Cipangopaludina) chinensis (Gray, 1834), in the Rhine and Meuse River basins in Western Europe. Aquatic Invasions 12(In press).
24566 Conference Proceedings Cordeiro, J.R. 2002. Proliferation of the Chinese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis malleata (Reeve, 1863) throughout Connecticut [Abstract]. (R.T. Dillon, ed.). Page 37 in Program and Abstracts of the 68th Meeting of the American Malacological Society, Charleston, SC.
31947 Journal Article Cowie, R.H. 1995. Identity, distribution and impacts of introduced Ampullariidae and Viviparidae in the Hawaiian Islands. Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology 5(1993):61-67.
27378 Database Cranberg, C., and R. Keller. 2020. Illinois Database of Aquatic Non-native Species. School of Environmental Sustainability, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL. Created on 05/13/2015. Accessed on 05/06/2021.
25749 Web Page Davenport, M.J. 2011. Conserve Wildlife Blog: Freshwater Invertebrate Surveys: Searching for Freshwater Mussels and Crayfish at Manasquan Reservoir. Accessed on 03/01/2013.
34022 Journal Article David, A.A., and S.C. Cote. 2019. Genetic evidence confirms the presence of the Japanese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina japonica (von Martens, 1861) (Caenogastropoda: Viviparidae) in northern New York. BioInvasions Records 8(4):793-803.
690 Conference Proceedings Devick, W.S. 1991. Pattern of introductions of aquatic organisms to Hawaii freshwater habitats. Pages 189-213 in W.S. Devick, ed. New directions in research, management and conservations of Hawaiian freshwater stream ecosystems. Proceedings of the 1990 Freshwater Stream Biology and Fisheries Management Symposium. Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources. Honolulu, Hawaii.
14376 Journal Article Distler, D.A. 2003. Occurrence of the mystery snail Cipangopaludina chinensis (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) in the Walnut River basin, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 106(3/4):215.
362 Journal Article Dundee, D.S. 1974. Catalog of introduced mollusks of eastern North America (north of Mexico). Sterkiana 55:1-37.
38812 Journal Article Edgar, M.R., P.C. Hanington, R. Lu, H. Proctor, R. Zurawell, N. Kimmel, and M.S. Poesch. 2022. The first documented occurrence and life history characteristics of the Chinese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis (Gray, 1834) (Mollusca: Viviparidae), in Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Field Research on Biological Invasions 11(2):449-460.
31344 Journal Article Evans, R.R., and S.J. Ray. 2008. Checklist of the Freshwater Snails (Mollusca:Gastropoda) of Pennsylvania, USA. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 82(2/3):92-97.
29262 Journal Article Evans, R.R., and S.J. Ray. 2010. Distribution and Environmental Influences on Freshwater Gastropods from Lotic Systems and Springs in Pennsylvania, USA, with Conservation Recommendations. American Malacological Bulletin 28(2):135-150.
25935 Database Field Museum of Natural History. 2013. Field Museum of Natural History invertebrate collection. Accessed through GBIF data portal, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. Created on 07/17/2012. Accessed on 04/10/2013.
19535 News Freeman, M. 2010. Invasive snails pose threat if not eradicated. Mail Tribune. October 30.
24565 Journal Article Gracyzk, T.K., and B. Fried. 1998. Echinostomiasis: a common but forgotten food-borne disease. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 58(4):501-504.
17446 Database Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). 2017. Exotic Species Information Center. Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. Accessed on 01/31/2018.
33459 News Green, R. 2019. Locals battle smelly snail in lake. The Laconia Daily Sun. Laconia, NH. Accessed on 07/23/2019.
27475 Journal Article Haak, D.M., B.J. Stephen, R.A. Kill, N.A. Smeenk, C.R. Allen, and K.L. Pope. 2014. Toxicity of copper sulfate and rotenone to Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis). Management of Biological Invasions 5(4):371-375.
1642 Journal Article Hanna, G.D. 1966. Introduced mollusks of western North America. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences 48:1-108.
27230 Journal Article Harried, B., K. Fischer, K.E. Perez, and G.J. Sandland. 2015. Assessing infection patterns in Chinese mystery snails from Wisconsin, USA using field and laboratory approaches. Aquatic Invasions 10(2):169-175.
20890 Journal Article Havel, J.E. 2011. Survival of the exotic Chinese mystery snail (Cipangopaulidina chinensis malleata) during air exposure and implications for overland dispersal by boats. Hydrobiologia 668:195-202.
31336 Journal Article Havel, J.E., L.A. Bruckerhoff, M.A. Funkhouser, and A.R. Gemberling. 2014. Resistance to desiccation in aquatic invasive snails and implications for their overland dispersal. Hydrobiologia 741(1):89-100.
32888 Journal Article Hong-Fa, L.U., D.U. Li-Na, L.I. Zhi-Qiang, C.H.E.N. Xiao-Yong, and Y.A.N.G. Jun-Xing. 2014. Morphological analysis of the Chinese Cipangopaludina species (Gastropoda; Caenogastropoda: Viviparidae). Zoological Research 35(6):510-527.
26684 Database Howell, J. 2014. New collection locations for nonindigenous aquatic species in Kansas. Provided by J. Howell on 2014-01-06. Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, Emporia, KS.
33015 Journal Article Huehner, M.K., and F.J. Etges. 1977. The life cycle and development of Aspidogaster conchicola in the smails, Viviparus malleatus and Goniobasis livescens. The Journal of Parasitology 63(4):669-674.
24058 Database Illinois Natural History Survey. 2002. Mollusk records from collections of the Illinois Natural History Museum (unpublished data).
24851 Database iMapInvasives. 2016. Oregon iMapInvasives. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, Portland, OR. Accessed on 04/09/2015.
27462 Database iMapInvasives. 2018. Pennsylvania iMapInvasives. Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, Pittsburgh, PA. Accessed on 12/15/2016.
27712 Database iMapInvasives. 2019. New York iMapInvasives. New York Natural Heritage Program, Albany, NY. Created on 07/08/2015. Accessed on 07/08/2015.
30407 Journal Article Ingram, W.M. 1956. Snail and clam infestations of drinking water supplies. Journal (American Water Works Association) 48(3):258-268.
30408 Journal Article Ingram, W.M., W.B. Cooke, and L.T. Hagerty. 1958. Snails associated with sewage treatment installations. Sewage and Industrial Wastes 30(6):821-825.
42616 Journal Article Jaishanker, P., D. Hall-Stratton, and A.E. Fowler. 2023. Temperature and salinity tolerances of juvenile invasive Japanese mystery snails. Aquatic Invasions 18(2):263-276.
19541 Report Johannes, Edward J. 2010. Survey for Potomopyrgus antipodarum (New Zealand Mudsnail) with a Five-mile Radius of Capitol Lake, Thurston County, Washington. Washington Invasive Species Council.
24564 Journal Article Johnson, P.T.J., J.D. Olden, C.T. Solomon, and M.J. Vander Zanden. 2009. Interactions among invaders: community and ecosystem effects of multiple invasive species in an experimental aquatic system. Oecologia 159:161-170.
16664 Book Jokinen, E. 1992. The Freshwater Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of New York State. University of the State of New York, The State Education Department, The New York State Museum, Albany, New York 12230 .
12253 Journal Article Jokinen, E.H. 1982. Cipangopaludina chinensis (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) in North America, review and update. The Nautilus 96(3):89-95.
13563 Book Jokinen, E.H. 1983. The freshwater snails of Connecticut. State Geological and Natural History Survey, Department of Environmental Protection, Hartford, CT.
16672 Journal Article Jokinen, E.H. 1984. Periostracal morphology of viviparid snail shells. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 103(4):312-316.
16747 Journal Article Jokinen, E.H., J. Guerette, and R.W. Kortmann. 1982. The natural history of an ovoviviparous snail Viviparus georgianus in a soft water eutrophic lake. Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 1(4):2-17.
23814 Journal Article Karatayev, A.Y., L.E. Burlakova, V.A. Karatayev, and D.K. Padilla. 2009. Introduction, distribution, spread, and impacts of exotic freshwater gastropods in Texas. Hydrobiologia 619(1):181-194.
28820 Journal Article Karatayev, A.Y., S.E. Mastitsky, L.E. Burlakova, V.A. Karatayev, M.M. Hajduk and D.B. Conn. 2012. Exotic molluscs in the Great Lakes host epizootically important trematodes. Journal of Shellfish Research 31(3):885-894.
35543 Journal Article Kingsbury, S., M. Fong, D.R. McAlpine, and L. Campbell. 2021. Assessing the probable distribution of the potentially invasive Chinese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis, in Nova Scotia using a random forest model approach. Aquatic Invasions 16(1):167-185.
35824 Journal Article Kingsbury, S.E., D.F. McAlpine. Y. Cheng, E. Parker, and L.M. Campbell. 2020. A review of the non-indigenous Chinese mystery snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis (Viviparidae), in North America, with emphasis on occurrence in Canada and the potential impact on indigenous aquatic species. Environmental Review 29:19 pp.
33059 Journal Article Kurihara, Y., T. Suzuki, and K. Moriyama. 1987. Incorporation of heavy metals by the mud snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis malleata Reeve, in submerged paddy soil treated with composted sewage sludge. Biol Fertil Soils 5:93-97.
31337 Journal Article Latzka, A. W, J.T. Crawford, A.S. Koblings, Y. Caldeira, E. Hilts, and M.J.V. Zanden. 2015. Representing calciļ¬cation in distribution models for aquatic invasive species: surrogates perform as well as CaCO3 saturation state. Hydrobiologia 746(1):197-208.
16673 Report Mackie, G.L. 1996. A review of impacts of freshwater Mollusca (Gastropoda and Bivalvia) introduced into North America. 6th International Zebra Mussel and Other Aquatic Nuisance Species Conference, Dearborn, Michigan, March 1996.
24563 Book Chapter Mackie, G.L. 2000. Introduction of molluscs through the import for live food. Pages 305-313 in Claudi, R., and J.H. Leach, eds. Nonindigenous freshwater organisms: vectors, biology, and impacts. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.
38164 Book Mackie, G.L. 2022. The mystery of mystery snails: facts and myths. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
30406 Book Mackie, G.L., and R. Claudi. 2010. Monitoring and Control of Macrofouling Mollusks in Fresh Water Systems. CRC Press, Taylor Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL.
16685 Report Mackie, G.L., D.S. White, and T.W. Zdeba. 1980. A guide to freshwater mollusks of the Laurentian Great Lakes with special emphasis on the genus Pisidium. Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U S Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, Minnesota 55804 .
16674 Journal Article Martin, S.M. 1999. Freshwater snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of Maine. Northeastern Naturalist 6(1):39-88.
30762 Report Matthews, J., F.P.L. Collas, L. de Hoop, G. van der Velde, and R.S.E.W. Leuven. 2017. Management approaches for the alien Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis). Radboud University, The Netherlands.
30883 Report Matthews, J., F.P.L. Collas, L. de Hoop, G. van der Velde, and R.S.E.W. Leuven. 2017. Risk assessment of the alien Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis). Radboud University, The Netherlands.
16667 Journal Article Michelson, E.H. 1970. Aspidogaster conchicola from fresh water gastropods in the USA. Journal of Parasitology 56(4):709-712.
27950 Database Michigan State University Board of Trustees. 2019. Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN). Michigan State University. Department of Entomology - Applied Spatial Ecology and Technical Services Laboratory, East Lansing, MI.
37885 Database MI-EGLE. 2022. Unpublished MI-EGLE Monitoring Data (2 spreadsheets).
33107 Report Miller, R., and M.D. Sytsma. 2014. Aquatic invasive species surveys of eastern Oregon waterbodies in 2013 and 2014. Center for Lakes and Reservoirs Publications and Presentations, 42, Portland, OR.
13065 Journal Article Mills, E.L., D.L. Strayer, M.D. Scheuerell, and J.T. Carlton. 1996. Exotic species in the Hudson River basin: A history of invasions and introductions. Estuaries 19(4):814-823.
703 Journal Article Mills, E.L., J.H. Leach, J.T. Carlton, and C.L. Secor. 1993. Exotic species in the Great Lakes: a history of biotic crises and anthropogenic introductions. Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1):1-54.
30318 Journal Article Nakano, D., and D.L. Strayer. 2014. Biofouling animals in fresh water: biology, impacts, and ecosystem engineering. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(3):167-175.
28831 Database New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team. 2018. Interactive map. Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space, Pennington, NJ. Accessed on 01/30/2019.
30965 Database North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. 2017. NCWRC Aquatic Wildlife Diversity Program database, collection records for nonindigenous aquatic species in North Carolina. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh, NC. Accessed on 10/12/2017.
41506 Database Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. 2023. Collection/removal data for mysterysnails (Cipangopaludina chinensis and Viviparus georgianus) in Haliburton County, Ontario. Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Accessed on 05/23/2023.
19331 Database Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. 2009. OFAH Database All Species - 2009 Download.
32923 Journal Article Otsuru, M. 1979. Angiostronglus cantonensis and Angiostrongyliasis in Japan, with those of neighboring Taiwan. Progress of medical parasitology in Japan 6:227-274.
32759 Web Page Panther Pond Association. 2019. Chinese mystery snails. Accessed on 04/12/2019.
16675 Journal Article Perron, F., and T. Probert. 1973. Viviparus malleatus in New Hampshire. Nautilus 87(3):90.
31347 Journal Article Pyron, M., J. Beugly, E. Martin, and M. Spielman. 2008. Conservation of the Freshwater Gastropods of Indiana: Historic and Current Distributions. American Malacological Bulletin 26(1-2):137-151.
33575 Other Cut-and-paste reference not available due to unhandled reference type. Please contact support to request the addition of the 'Other' type.
13201 Journal Article Ruiz, G.M., P.W. Fofonoff, J.T. Carlton, M.J. Wonham, and A.H. Hines. 2000. Invasion of coastal marine communities in North America: apparent patterns, processes, and biases. Annual Review of Ecological Systematics 31:481-531.
27668 Database Ryan, M. 2015. Occoquan River mysterysnail collections.
14026 Journal Article Smith, D.G. 2000. Notes on the taxonomy of introduced Bellamya (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) species in northeastern North America. The Nautilus 114(2):31-37.
32911 Journal Article Sohn, W.M., J.Y. Chai, B.K. Na, T.S. Yong, K.S. Eom, H. Park, D.Y. Min, and H.J. Rim. 2013. Echinostoma macrorchis in Lao PDR: metacercariae in Cipangopaludina snails and adults from experimentally infected animals. Korean J Parasitol 51(2):191-196.
19165 Journal Article Solomon, C.T., J.D. Olden, P.T.J. Johnson, R.T. Dillon, Jr., and M.J. Vander Zanden. 2010. Distribution and community-level effects of the Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis) in northern Wisconsin lakes. Biological Invasions 12:1591-1605.
16676 Journal Article Stanczykowska, A., E. Magnin, and A. Dumouchel. 1971. Study of 3 Viviparus malleatus (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) populations of the Montreal region. Part 1: Growth, fecundity, biomass and annual production. Canadian Journal of Zoology 49(11):1431-1441.
26269 Journal Article Stephen, B.J., C.R. Allen, N.M. Chaine, K.A. Fricke, D.M. Haak, M.L. Hellman, R.A. Kill, K.T. Nemec, K.L. Pope, N.A. Smeenk, D.R. Uden, K.M. Unstad, and A. Wong. 2013. Fecundity of the Chinese mystery snail in a Nebraska reservoir. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28(3):439-444.
31346 Journal Article Stewart,T.W. 2006. The Freshwater Gastropods of Iowa (1821-1998): Species Composition, Geographic Distributions, and Conservation Concerns. American Malacological Bulletin 21(1/2):59-75.
13061 Journal Article Strayer, D. 1987. Ecology and zoogeography of the freshwater mollusks of the Hudson River Basin. Malacological Review 20:1-68.
32961 Journal Article Sura, S.A. and H.K. Mahon. 2011. Effects of competition and predation on the feeding rate of the freshwater snail Helisoma trivolvis. American Midland Naturalist 166:358-368.
29537 Journal Article Swart, C.C., A. Wattenberger, A. Hackett, and D. Isaman. 2017. Lifelong neurogenesis in the cerebral ganglion of the Chinese mud snail, Cipangopaludina chinensis. Brain and Behavior 7(4):1-7.
17275 Report Sytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim. 2004. Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report. United States Coast Guard and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
16728 Report Sytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim. 2004. Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report: Appendices. United States Coast Guard and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
28382 Journal Article Therriault, T. W., and E. Kott. 2002. Cipangopaludina chinensis malleata (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) in southern Ontario: An update of the distribution and some aspects of life history. Malacological Review 35-36:111-121.
18779 Report U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). 2008. Predicting future introductions of nonindigenous species to the Great Lakes. Environmental Protection Agency.
25944 Database Ueda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie. 2021. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Accessed on 11/23/2021.
26083 Journal Article Unstad, K.M., D.R. Uden, C.R. Allen, N.M. Chaine, D.M. Haak, R.A. Kill, K.L. Pope, B.J. Stephen, and A. Wong. 2013. Survival and behavior of Chinese mystery snails (Bellamya chinensis) in response to simulated water body drawdowns and extended air exposure. Management of Biological Invasions 4(2):123-127.
28787 Database Vinsel, R., and J. Tiemann. 2016. Exotic aquatic mollusk collections in the Illinois Natural History Survey. Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, IL. Created on 06/15/2016.
16761 Database Walsh, M. 2007. Pennsylvania invasive mollusk survey for 2007. (unpublished data). Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, Pittsburgh, PA.
26664 Web Page Waltz, J. 2008. University of Washington Freshwater Ecology & Conservation Lab: Bellamya chinensis report. Created on 10/01/2008. Accessed on 01/16/2014.
32869 Database Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2019. Summary of confirmed historical Corbicula records in Washington (unpublished data). Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, WA. Accessed on 03/14/2019.
27923 Database Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). 2016. Aquatic invasive species by waterbody. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. Accessed on 10/17/2016.
27924 Database Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). 2017. Lakes and rivers with invasives species. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. Accessed on 12/04/2017.
17929 Database Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. 2008. Aquatic Invasive Species Lists and Maps. Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources.
19334 Database Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. 2010. Aquatic Invasives Data and Maps. Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin.
14104 Journal Article Wolfert, D.R., and J.K. Hiltunen. 1968. Distribution and abundance of the Japanese snail Viviparus japonicus and associated macrobenthos in Sandusky Bay, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 68:32-40.
13027 Journal Article Wonham, M.J., J.T. Carlton, G.M. Ruiz, and L.D. Smith. 2000. Fish and ships: relating dispersal frequency to success in biological invasions. Marine Biology 136:1111-1121.
38017 News Zellers, R. 2022. Invasive snails found in Hot Springs Village lakes. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Created on 05/25/2022. Accessed on 05/31/2022.


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