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Mackie, G.L., D.S. White, and T.W. Zdeba. 1980. A guide to freshwater mollusks of the Laurentian Great Lakes with special emphasis on the genus Pisidium. Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U S Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, Minnesota 55804 .
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16685
Type: Report
Author: Mackie, G.L., D.S. White, and T.W. Zdeba.
Date (year): 1980
Report TitleA guide to freshwater mollusks of the Laurentian Great Lakes with special emphasis on the genus Pisidium.
Publisher:Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U S Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, Minnesota 55804 .
Publisher Location:
Pages: 144 pp
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Keywords: Bithynia tentaculata, faucet snail, snail, mollusk, Radix auricularia, European ear snail, big-ear radix, Viviparus georgianus, banded mysterysnail, banded applesnail, pond snail, Pisidium henslowanum clam pisidiid amnicum, Sphaerium corneum, European fingernail clam, guide, freshwater mollusk, Great Lakes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cipangopaludina chinensis

    OH - Lake Erie at Sandusky Bay; UTM zone 17 4591833, 355774

Cipangopaludina japonica

    OH - Lake Erie at Sandusky Bay; UTM zone 17 4591833, 355774

Sphaerium corneum

     - Lake Michigan
    ONT - Lake Huron

Viviparus georgianus

    MI - Lake Huron


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