NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 18777
Date (year): 1998
Title:South Carolina Atlas and Gazetteer.
Pages: 64 pp
Location: NAS bookshelf
Keywords: South Carolina, atlas, gazetteer
Cyprinus carpio SC - Ashley River just south of Summerville SC - Black River southeast of Millwood SC - Broad River, on the border of Union and Chester counties, about 3.5 miles south of Lockhart SC - Catawba River, on the border of York and Lancaster counties, west of Hancock SC - Combahee River, above Hwy 17 bridge [E of Yemassee] SC - Congaree River, on the border of Calhoun and Richland counties, north of Sandy Run SC - Cooper Creek, west of Commingtee SC - Coosawhatchie River, on the border of Hampton and Jasper counties, east of Possum Corner SC - Edisto River, on the border of Colleton and Dorchester counties, west of Grover SC - Enoree River, on the border of Union and Laurens counties, south of Sedalia SC - Great Pee Dee River, on the border of Marion and Florence counties, north of Davistown SC - Hartwell Lake, west of Holland Store SC - Strom Thurmond Lake (formerly Clark Hill Reservoir) SC - Pond in James W Webb Wildlife Center - Wildlife Management Area SC - Edgar Brown, Lake; just NW of downtown Barnwell SC - Lake Greenwood, north of Greenwood Shores SC - Lake Keowee, west of Newry SC - Lake Marion SC - Lake Moultrie SC - Lake Murray, east of Climax SC - Lake Wallace, north of Bennettsville SC - Lake George Warren SC - Lake Wateree, north of Bucklick SC - Catawba River, at Lake Wylie SC - Little Salkehatchie River, northeast of Hughes SC - Lynches River, east of Lynches Mill SC - Richard B. Russell Lake SC - Salkehatchie River, on the border of Bamberg and Allendale counties, east of Sycamore SC - Saluda River below Lake Murray SC - Santee River, on the border of Williamsburg and Berkeley counties, east of Alvin SC - Savannah River, west of Gifford SC - Tyger River, north of Sedalia. SC - Wateree River, northwest of Horatio
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/29/2022].
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