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Rawlings, T.A., K.A. Hayes, R.H. Cowie, and T.M. Collins. 2007. The identity, distribution, and impacts on non-native apple snails in the continental United States. BMC Evolutionary Biology 7:97. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/7/97.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16154
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rawlings, T.A., K.A. Hayes, R.H. Cowie, and T.M. Collins
Date (year): 2007
Article Title:The identity, distribution, and impacts on non-native apple snails in the continental United States.
Journal Name: BMC Evolutionary Biology
Volume: 7
Issue:
Pages: 97
URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/7/97
Keywords: invertebrates, mollusks, gastropods, applesnail, Pomacea insularum, Pomacea canaliculata, Pomacea maculata, Pomacea diffusa
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-7-97
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Marisa cornuarietis

    FL - a private fish farm in Kendall
    FL - Canal C-1 Black Creek, 97th Ave, just over bridge from canal C-1 [just N of Homestead]

Pomacea canaliculata

    CA - a canal that runs into the Salton Sea in Mecca
    CA - Lake Mirimar [N of San Diego]
    AZ - Fortuna Pond, ~ 7 mi from confluence with Colorado River [just E of Yuma]
    HI - Glady's Taro Patch [between Nuaailua and Wailua bays]

Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata

    FL - [unnamed waterbody] Lantana, drainage canal that runs along Haverhill Rd., 1/2 mi W of Military Trail on Lantana Rd.
    FL - Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge waters
    FL - a canal parallel to SR7 between Boynton Beach Blvd, and Lantana Rd. [just W of Boynton Beach]
    FL - a canal adjacent to entrance to Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge [just W of Boynton Beach]
    FL - a private fish farm in Kendall

Pomacea diffusa

    FL - Big Cypress National Preserve
    FL - Hillsborough County waterbody
    AL - an unidentified waterbody in Mobile
    FL - a canal adjacent to entrance to Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge [just W of Boynton Beach]
    FL - a wetland in Big Cypress National Preserve, along Loop Rd.
    FL - unspecified waterbody in Wimauma
    FL - Finger Lake, Between SW 53rd Ave, SW 55th Ave (Sabel Palm Ave), 101st St (Oak Ln), and 105th St.

Pomacea maculata

    FL - Old Tamiami Canal, Everglades National Park, Shark Valley.
    FL - a waterbody in Zephyhills at the Crystal Lake Retirement Community
    FL - Heather Lakes, East Brandon
    FL - a private nursery in Thonotosassa
    FL - a private hatchery in Wimauma
    FL - Upper Lake Lafayette, Lake Heritage Trail Park, Tallahassee
    FL - Lake Griffin, public boat launch at Herlong Park
    FL - Lake Linda [NW of Lake Eustis]
    FL - Withlacoochee River at boat ramp in Nobleton
    FL - Lake Tohopekaliga [in Kissimmee]
    FL - Lake Manatee Branch [E of Bradenton]
    FL - Hillsborough River near Crystal Springs [just S of Zephyrhills]
    FL - a private fish farm in Kendall
    TX - a drainage canal to rice fields along Stallknecht Rd. in NE Brookshire
    TX - a waterbody in Cullen Park near Park View Drive and Barker Cypress Road [between Katy and Houston]
    TX - Horsepen Bayou [just W of Seabrook]
    TX - a pond at Chambers Co. Golf Course [just NE of Anahuac]
    TX - Sims Bayou, main channel, at Hwy 288 and Hwy 521 crossings [south central Houston]
    TX - a rice field and nearby drainage ditch off Route 60 in Rosharon


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