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Howells, R.G. 2001. History and status of applesnail (Pomacea spp.) introductions in Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Management Data Series No. 183. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Austin, TX. http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/phpps/ppd/Entomology/Snails/Applesnail.htm.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14060
Type: Book
Author: Howells, R.G.
Date (year): 2001
Edition:
Title:History and status of applesnail (Pomacea spp.) introductions in Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Management Data Series No. 183.
Publisher:Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division
Publisher Location:Austin, TX
Volume:
Pages: 11 p.
URL: http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/phpps/ppd/Entomology/Snails/Applesnail.htm
Keywords: invertebrates, mollusks, gastropods, Pomacea, applesnails, Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pomacea maculata

    TX - American Canal (CR 296D, west of State Hwy 35, north of Alvin)
    TX - American River at CR 296B (west of State Hwy 35, north of Alvin)
    TX - American Canal at Mandale Road, just east of the Galveston County line
    TX - American Canal at Algoa-Friendswood Road, NE of Alvin
    TX - American Canal South Branch near main east-west canal
    TX - Mustang Bayou at CR 48, west of State Hwy 288
    TX - Mustang Bayou at State Hwy 288, north of Manvel
    TX - Mustang Bayou, first crossing east of State HWY 288
    TX - Mustang Bayou at Farm to Market Road 1128, NE of Manvel
    TX - Mustang Bayou at CR 99, just N of State Hwy 6
    TX - Mustang Bayou at State Hwy 6, west of Alvin
    TX - Mustang Bayou at State Hwy 35 (business), south of State Hwy 6, Alvin
    TX - Mustang Bay, NE of Alvin, W of State Hwy 35 Bypass


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