NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Fox, R.O. 1970. The Echo: The Corbicula story: a progress report in Abstracts and Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Malacologists., June 18-21, 1969, Pacific Grove, California. San Diego, California.
Reference Number: 26914
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Fox, R.O.
Date (year): 1970
Title:The Echo: The Corbicula story: a progress report.
Publisher:Abstracts and Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Malacologists., June 18-21, 1969, Pacific Grove, California
Publisher Location:San Diego, California
Keywords: Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam
Corbicula fluminea CA - Colorado Aqueduct, near Gene Pumping Plant CA - Feather River, confluence with Sacramento River CA - Kern River, Bakersfield CA - Kern River, E of Bakersfield CA - Kern River, W of Bakersfield CA - Lake Berryessa CA - Mayberry Cut, N end of Sherman Island in the Old Sand Bank CA - Middle River, Santa Fe Railroad Ferry Bridge CA - Rock Slough CA - Russian River, Guerneville CA - Sacramento River [San Joaquin River and False River], Franks Tract near Oakley CA - Sacramento River, Colusa Basin, river km 144 CA - Sacramento River, confluence with Broad Slough, near mouth of the Mokelumne River CA - Sacramento River, near Isleton CA - San Joaquin River, confluence with Merced River CA - San Joaquin River, Patterson CA - Snodgrass Slough, Sacramento County CA - South Fork of Mokelumne River CA - Tuolumne River, Modesto CA - San Diego Water Works CA - Naval Supply Depot fire hydrant system CA - unnamed irrigation canal 19.2 km E of Los Banos CA - near Mecca, discharging into the Salton Sea (unnamed irrigation canal) CA - Little Potato Slough, 2.6 km E and 3.5 km N of road crossing over [Little] Potato Slough and Terminous on the Lodi - Isleton Highway [Rt. 12, W of Lodi] OR - Smith River, 8 km W of Scottsburg
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