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Diaz, R.J. 1974. Asiatic clam, Corbicula manilensis (Philippi), in the tidal James River, Virginia. Chesapeake Science 15(2):118-120.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12052
Type: Journal Article
Author: Diaz, R.J.
Date (year): 1974
Article Title:Asiatic clam, Corbicula manilensis (Philippi), in the tidal James River, Virginia.
Journal Name: Chesapeake Science
Volume: 15
Issue: 2
Pages: 118-120
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Keywords: invertebrate, Corbicula, mollusks, Asian clam, Virginia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Corbicula fluminea

    VA - Appomattox River (nR.M. 0), confluence with James River
    VA - Appomattox River (nR.M. 5), river km 8
    VA - Appomattox River (nR.M. 8), river km 12.8
    VA - James River (nR.M. 45), river km 72
    VA - James River (nR.M. 50), river km 80
    VA - James River (nR.M. 55), river km 88
    VA - James River (nR.M. 60), river km 96
    VA - James River (nR.M. 65), river km 104
    VA - James River (nR.M. 70), river km 112
    VA - James River (nR.M. 80), river km 128
    VA - James River, at Virginia Electric and Power County, 12th Street Generating Station, Richmond
    VA - Collecting ponds of cooling towers, Allied Chemical County plant, Hopewell
    VA - James River (nR.M. 70), river km 112
    VA - James River (nR.M. 65), river km 104
    VA - James River (nR.M. 60), river km 96
    VA - James River (nR.M. 55), river km 88
    VA - James River (nR.M. 50), river km 80
    VA - James River (nR.M. 45), river km 72


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