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Wade, J.Q. 1985. Studies of the gastropods of Conesus Lake, Livingston County, New York, USA II. Identification, occurrence and ecology of species. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science 15(3):206-212. http://www.rasny.org/publications/proceedings/Vol%2015%20No%203-Nov%201985.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16755
Type: Journal Article
Author: Wade, J.Q.
Date (year): 1985
Article Title:Studies of the gastropods of Conesus Lake, Livingston County, New York, USA II. Identification, occurrence and ecology of species.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science
Volume: 15
Issue: 3
Pages: 206-212
URL: http://www.rasny.org/publications/proceedings/Vol%2015%20No%203-Nov%201985.pdf
Keywords: Viviparus georgianus, banded mysterysnail, banded applesnail, pond snail, mollusk, gastropod, New York, Finger Lakes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Viviparus georgianus

    NY - Conesus Lake
    NY - Conesus Lake
    NY - Conesus Lake
    NY - Conesus Lake
    NY - Hemlock Lake [just E of Conesus, NY]
    NY - Canadice Lake
    NY - Honeoye Lake [Honeoye, NY]
    NY - Keuka Lake
    NY - Seneca Lake [Finger Lakes, NY]
    NY - Cayuga Lake
    NY - Skaneateles Lake near Skaneateles
    NY - Otisco Lake, near Finger Lakes


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