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Grigorovich, I.A.; E.L. Mills, C.B. Richards, D. Breneman, and J.H. Ciborowski. 2005. European valve snail Valvata piscinalis (Müller) in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31(2):135-143.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16634
Type: Journal Article
Author: Grigorovich, I.A.; E.L. Mills, C.B. Richards, D. Breneman, and J.H. Ciborowski
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:European valve snail Valvata piscinalis (Müller) in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin.
Journal Name: Journal of Great Lakes Research
Volume: 31
Issue: 2
Pages: 135-143
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Keywords: Valvata piscinalis, European valve snail, Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Oneida Lake, European stream valvata, snail, mollusk
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Valvata piscinalis

    MN - Lake Superior at Superior Bay along Minnesota Point (the cape)
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake
    IL - Lake Michigan, off Bull Creek
    MN - Lake Superior, Superior Bay
    WI - Lake Superior, Superior Bay
    MN - Lake Superior, Superior Bay
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, Ontario, Canada
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    ONT - Detroit River, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada
    OH - Lake Erie [in Bass Islands group]
    OH - Lake Erie
    ONT - Lake Ontario
    ONT - Lake Ontario
    ONT - Lake Ontario
    ONT - Lake Superior, at Thunder Bay


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