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O'Kane, K.D., J.C. Britton, and D.R. Coldiron. 1977. New distributional records of Corbicula manilensis (Pelecypoda: Corbiculidae) in the south central United States. The Southwestern Naturalist 22(3):397-400.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24839
Type: Journal Article
Author: O'Kane, K.D., J.C. Britton, and D.R. Coldiron
Date (year): 1977
Article Title:New distributional records of Corbicula manilensis (Pelecypoda: Corbiculidae) in the south central United States.
Journal Name: The Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 22
Issue: 3
Pages: 397-400
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Keywords: mollusks, bivalve, Asian clam, Asiatic clam, Corbicula manilensis, Corbicula fluminea, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Corbicula fluminea

    AR - Sulphur River, Miller County
    TX - Clear Fork of Trinity River, 1.6 km downstream from Lake Benbrook
    TX - Clear Fork of Trinity River, immediately below Lake Benbrook Dam
    TX - Colorado River, Lake Inks State Park
    TX - Colorado River, Lake Travis, south shore of Hudson Bend
    TX - San Jacinto River, Lake Houston
    AR - Little Red River, at Greers Ferry Reservoir, north shore of
    OK - Little River at Lake Thunderbird, shoreline, University of Oklahoma boat storage facility
    TX - Gulf of Mexico, Galveston Beach near St. Luis Pass
    TX - North Lake Reservoir (from cooling water intake at Dallas Power and Light Generating station on lake)
    TX - Clear Fork of Trinity River at Bryant-Irvin Road, Ft. Worth


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