NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Cordeiro, J.R., A.P. Olivero, and J. Sovell. 2007. Corbicula fluminea (Bivalvia: Sphaeriacea: Corbiculidae) in Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist 52(3):424-430.
Reference Number: 17414
Type: Journal Article
Author: Cordeiro, J.R., A.P. Olivero, and J. Sovell
Date (year): 2007
Article Title:Corbicula fluminea (Bivalvia: Sphaeriacea: Corbiculidae) in Colorado.
Journal Name: The Southwestern Naturalist
Keywords: invertebrate, mollusk, bivalve, Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, Colorado
Corbicula fluminea CO - Purgatoire River in Picketwire Canyon south of La Junta, CO CO - Arkansas River about 1 mile N of Lamar CO - Arkansas River, 5.4 mi E of Lamar at first bridge CO - Arkansas River at pools below John Martin Reservoir, S of Hasty Lake near Caddoa CO - Beaver Pond, 12 mi N of Cedaredge at Hwy 65 CO - South Fork Republican River at Bonny Reservoir [SE corner of county near Kansas border] CO - Arkansas River, at Hasty Lake, just below John Martin Dam near Caddoa CO - Highline Lake, Ute Base Line, NW of Loma CO - House Creek, 7 mi N of Delores on CR 31 (USFS Rd 526) CO - Arkansas River, at John Martin Reservoir, north side, 1 mi W of Lookout Point, just S of Haney CO - Lake Meredith, NE side CO - Neenoshe Reservoir, south side CO - Neegronda Reservoir, SE side, 2 m N of tri-county line CO - Arkansas River, at Pueblo Reservoir, Lake Pueblo State Park CO - Purgatoire River, Route 101 crossing, 2 mi S and 1 mi E of Las Animas CO - Purgatoire River, at Hwy 109 about 1.9 mi S and 1 mi E of La Junta CO - Purgatoire River at Hwy 109, ~1.7 mi SSE of La Junta and 2 mi SE of Higbee CO - Neeskah Reservoir [lower of the two] CO - Spring Creek, 8 mi SW of Collbran on CR KE.00 [~2 mi WSW of Molina] CO - Totten Lake, 3.5 mi E and 1 mi N of Cortez CO - Whitewater Creek, 7 mi SE of Grand Junction at Hwy 50 bridge CO - Arkansas River, at John Martin Reservoir, NE corner near N end of dam, 2 mi S of Hasty CO - Arkansas River, at John Martin Reservoir, south side, east end near dam, 1 mi NE of Caddoa
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