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Clench, W.J. 1962. A catalogue of the Viviparidae of North America with notes on the distribution of Viviparus georgianus. Occasional Papers on Mollusks 2:261-287.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 25788
Type: Journal Article
Author: Clench, W.J.
Date (year): 1962
Article Title:A catalogue of the Viviparidae of North America with notes on the distribution of Viviparus georgianus.
Journal Name: Occasional Papers on Mollusks
Volume: 2
Pages: 261-287
Keywords: Viviparus georgianus, snail, gastropods, mollusks, banded mysterysnail
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Viviparus georgianus

    NY - Erie Canal and Mohawk River
    MA - Pond at Boston Public Gardens
    OH - Ohio River near Cincinnati
    KY - Covington, KY
    WI - Sunset Lake (Waupaca Chain)
    IL - Chicago River, Chicago
    IL - Wolf Lake, Chicago
    IL - Calumet River, Chicago
    IL - Washington Park, Chicago
    NY - Lake Erie near Dunkirk, New York
    NY - Oatka Creek
    NY - Lime Lake
    NY - Silver Lake [Silver Lake, NY]
    NY - Cazenovia Lake
    NY - Oneida Lake, South Bay
    VT - Lake Bomoseen, near Bomoseen
    MA - Fresh Pond, Cambridge
    MA - Little Fresh Pond
    MA - Muddy River within the city limits of Boston
    MA - Sargent Pond, Brookline
    MA - Houghton's Pond
    MA - Forest Park, Springfield
    CT - Lake Waramaug
    NY - Erie Canal at Mohawk
    NY - Erie Canal at Frankfort
    NJ - [Delaware River] at Riverton
    NY - [The] Lake, Central Park
    NY - Prospect Park [Lake], Brooklyn
    NY - Glen Lake [N of Glens Falls]
    PA - Fairmount Park, Philadelphia
    MD - Potomac River at Chesapeake and Ohio canals, below the lock
    MD - Potomac River, at Great Falls
    MD - Potomac River at Washington DC
    DC - Potomac River at Hunter Point, Alexandria
    VA - Little Hunting Creek, Potomac River
    PA - Ohio River, just downstream from Pittsburgh
    IL - Ohio River, Elizabethtown
    TN - Cumberland River at Nashville
    TN - Stones River, Murphreesboro


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