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Hanna, G.D. 1966. Introduced mollusks of western North America. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences 48:1-108.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1642
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hanna, G.D.
Date (year): 1966
Article Title:Introduced mollusks of western North America.
Journal Name: Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences
Volume: 48
Issue:
Pages: 1-108
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Keywords: invertebrate, mollusks, bivalves, snails, Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, California, Oregon, Washington
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cipangopaludina chinensis

    CA - Delta region of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers and irrigation canals
    CA - Mountain Lake in the Presidio of San Francisco
    CA - Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park
    CA - unspecified waterbody in San Jose, Ca
    CA - Middle River (east shore of Victoria Island just west of Stockton, CA)

Corbicula fluminea

    CA - Sacramento River just north of Pittsburg, CA
    CA - Sacramento River, just N of Pittsburg
    WA - Columbia River, north bank about 2 miles east of Knappton

Crassostrea gigas

    WA - Willapa Bay
    CA - Tomales Bay (just north of San Francisco)
    WA - Hood Canal (west of Puget Sound)
    CA - Newport Bay, near Newport Beach
    WA - Puget Sound drainage
    CA - Monterey Bay

Pseudosuccinea columella

    CA - Los Angeles County
    CA - La Loma Lake in Pasadena, CA

Radix auricularia

    CA - Los Angeles County
    CA - San Bernadino County
    CA - Kern County
    CA - Sacramento County
    CA - Napa County
    CA - Santa Clara County
    CA - Alameda Creek at Western Pacific Railroad crossing, Niles, CA
    CA - Merced County


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