NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
McGregor, S.W., T.E. Shepard, T.D. Richardson, and J.F. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 1999. A survey of the primary tributaries of the Alabama and lower Tombigbee rivers for freshwater mussels, snails, and crayfish. Circular 196. Geological Survey of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.
Reference Number: 26909
Author: McGregor, S.W., T.E. Shepard, T.D. Richardson, and J.F. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
Date (year): 1999
Report TitleA survey of the primary tributaries of the Alabama and lower Tombigbee rivers for freshwater mussels, snails, and crayfish. Circular 196.
Publisher:Geological Survey of Alabama
Publisher Location:Tuscaloosa, AL
Keywords: Asian clam, Corbicula fluminea, Alabama
Corbicula fluminea AL - Pine Barren Creek upstream of Wilcox CR 7, 4.0 mi NE of Pine Apple, T 11 N, R 11 E, sec. 22 (site A-9) AL - Hogan Creek near confluence with Chilatchee Creek, T 14 N, R 7 E, sec. 12 (site A-11) AL - Chilatchee Creek at Alabama Hwy 5, 2.5 mi NE of Gastonburg on Wilcox/Dallas County line, T 15 N, R 7 E, sec. 30 (site A-12) AL - Bogue Chitto Creek at Alabama Hwy 22, T 15 N, R 8 E, sec. 4, (site A-13) AL - Bogue Chitto Creek at U.S. Highway 80, 1.8 mi. E of Browns, T. 17 N., R. 7, sec 13, (site A-15) AL - Bogue Chitto Creek upstream of dirt road north of U.S. Highway 80, T 17 N, R 7 E, sec. 12 (site A-16) AL - Cedar Creek upstream of Alabama Highway 41 near Belknap, T 14 N, R 10 E, sec 14 (site A-17) AL - Cedar Creek at Butler County Road 11, 2.25 mi. NW of Ridgeville, T 11 N, R 12 E, sec. 3 (site A-19) AL - Oakmulgee Creek at Alabama Highway 14, T 17 N, R 9 E, sec. 1 (site A-21) AL - Oakmulgee Creek upstream of Alabama Highway 219, T 18 N, R 10 E, sec. 14 (site A-22) AL - Rice Creek 1.0 mi NE of Vilula, T 18 N, R 8 E, sec. 10 (site A-24) AL - Mulberry Creek upstream of Alabama Highway 14, at Autauga/Dallas county line, T 17 N, R 12 E, sec. 9 (site A-25) AL - Catoma Creek at unnumbered Montgomery County road 0.5 mi. SW of U.S. Highway 82, T 15 N, R 19 E, sec. 29 (site A-31) AL - Santa Bogue Creek at Washington County Road 31,0.75 mi. NW of Frankville, T. 8 N., R. 2 W., sec. 16 (site T-3) AL - Ulcanush Creek at Clarke County Road 31, 2.0 mi. NW of Coffeeville, T 9 N, R 1 W, sec. 5 (site T-5) AL - Okatuppa Creek downstream of Choctaw County Road 14, 2.0 mi. E of Barrytown, T 10 N, R 3 W, sec. 13 (site T-6) AL - Bogueloosa Creek at Alabama Highway 17, 0.5 mi. N of Toxey, T 11 N, R 3 W, sec. 17 (site (T-7) AL - Bashi Creek downstream of Alabama Highway 69, 0.8 mi. N of Campbell, T 11 N, R 1 E, sec. 9 (site T-9) AL - Horse Creek at Marengo County Road 7, 3.0 mi. S of Sweetwater, T 13 N , R 2 E, sec. 34 (site T-11) AL - Tuckabum Creek upstream of Alabama Highway 17, 6.0 mi. NE of Butler, T 14 N, R 2 W, sec. 15 (site T-13) AL - Sucarnoochee River downstream of U.S. Highway 80, T 17 N, R 1 W, sec. 8 (site T-16) AL - Alamuchee Creek at Sumter County Road 13, T 18 N, R 2 W, sec. 21 (site T-17) AL - Sucarnoochee River upstream of U.S. Highway 11 near Livingston, T 19 N, R 2 W, sec. 33 (site T-19) AL - Sucarnoochee River downstream of Alabama Highway 17, T 19 N, R 3 W, sec. 27 (site T-20) AL - Sucarnoochee River at Fred Dial Road, T 19 N, R 4 W, sec. 14 (site T-22) [just W of Payneville] AL - Bogue Chitto Creek at CR 182 near Bogue Chitto, T 16 N, R 7 E, sec. 12 (site A-14)
Marsilea minuta AL - Bogue Chitto Creek at Alabama Highway 22, T 15 N, R 8 E, sec. 4, (site A-13)
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