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Walker, Janice. 2002. Invertebrate database from the Smithsonian Institute.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18885
Type: Database
Author: Walker, Janice.
Date (year): 2002
Title:Invertebrate database from the Smithsonian Institute.
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Keywords: invertebrates, barnacles, crayfish, crabs, gastropods
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Bithynia tentaculata

    NY - Lockport
    NY - Hudson River, Cruger Island
    VA - Potomac River, Alexandria

Callinectes bocourti

    NC - Sound behind Carolina Beach [Cape Fear River]
    SC - Wando River

Charybdis hellerii

    SC - Winyah Bay, at Georgetown

Eurytemora affinis

    VA - Pamunkey River
    NY - Hudson River, Poughkeepsie

Faxonius immunis

    PA - Greene County
    PA - small rivulet in farmland, 2.8 mi north of Kirby on US route 19

Faxonius rusticus

    NJ - Wallkill River, 1 mi W of Owens
    PA - Susquehanna River, at Fall Line to Hill Island
    NY - Thompsons Lake, W of Albany
    IA - Maquoketa River, 1.5 mi SW of Delhi, at Hartwick Dam [=Lake Delhi Dam]

Faxonius virilis

    MD - Baltimore County non-specific
    VA - Indian Creek, Cumberland Gap
    WV - Summers County
    MD - Lake Roland
    MD - Red Run, at Dolfield and Pleasant Rds., 1.5 mi NE of Deer Park
    MD - a stream tributary to Lake Roland, on grounds of Sheppard Pratt Hospital in Towson
    MD - Youghiogheny River at Shelbeys Port at end of reservoir
    VA - Broad Run, Sterling
    NY - Saratoga County
    NY - Rensselaer County
    MD - Curtis Bay [Baltimore]
    MD - Baltimore County non-specific
    MD - Howard County non-specific
    MD - Potomac River Basin
    PA - Marsh Creek, 3 mi W of Gettysburg on Fairfield Road (116)

Hemigrapsus sanguineus

    NJ - Atlantic Ocean, Townsend Inlet
    NY - Long Island, Oak Beach

Procambarus clarkii

    VA - King William County

Rapana venosa

    VA - James River near Newport News


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