NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Bass, Jr., D.G., and V.G. Hitt. 1974. Ecological distribution of the introduced Asiatic clam, Corbicula manilensis, in Florida. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Lake City, FL.
Reference Number: 28097
Author: Bass, Jr., D.G., and V.G. Hitt.
Date (year): 1974
Report TitleEcological distribution of the introduced Asiatic clam, Corbicula manilensis, in Florida.
Publisher:Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Publisher Location:Lake City, FL
Pages: 33 pp.
Keywords: Corbicula fluminea, manilensis, Asian clam, Florida
Corbicula fluminea FL - Suwannee River at Hamilton Co. Rt. 751 and Suwannee Co. Rt. 249 crossing (Nobles Ferry [boat ramp]), @ 11 air mi. NW of Live Oak. [boat ramp] FL - Suwanne River, Ellaville, Suwannee River State Park above confluence with Withlacoochee River FL - Suwannee River, Ellaville, shoals below Florida Power and Light Co. plant below confluence with Withlacoochee River FL - Suwannee River about 0.5 mi. below FL Hwy 51 bridge N of Mayo and S of Luraville. FL - Suwannee River, Branford, below US HWY 27 FL - Suwannee River, @ 0.5 mi. above FL Rt. 340 bridge, @ 10.5 air mi. S of Branford, just downstream to entrance of Rock Bluff Springs. FL - Suwannee River, New Pine Landing boat ramp, 5 mi S of Oldtown FL - Suwannee River, 3 mi upstream from terminus of river at Gulf of Mexico FL - Sante Fe River, Worthington Springs, west of Hwy 21 bridge FL - Santa Fe River, 2 mi d/s from confluence with Olustee Creek FL - Santa Fe River at Hwy 441 bridge crossing just N of High Springs (boat ramp) FL - Santa Fe River, Hollingsworth Bluff, 1 mi d/s from HWY 47 bridge FL - Santa Fe River, 2 mi upstream from SH 129 bridge FL - Santa Fe River, at mouth (confluence with Suwannee River) FL - Withlacoochee River, 1 mile d/s from Georgia state line FL - Withlacoochee River, at mouth (confluence with Suwannee River) FL - New River, at SH 18 bridge, 1 mi E of Worthington Springs FL - Sun Spring, channelized spring run on east bank of Suwannee River, 6 mi SW of Bell
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