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Reference Number: 28126
Type: Other
Author: Keferl, E.P.
Date (year): 2015
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Title:Corbicula collections from the field notes of Eugene Keferl (Coastal Georgia Community College), 1981-1990.
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Location: NAS
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Keywords: Asian clam, Corbicula fluminea, Alabama, Florida, Georgia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Corbicula fluminea

    AL - Claybank Creek, Rt 134 bridge, 6 mi. E of Enterprise, 1.8 mi. W of Daleville
    AL - a tributary of Chattahoochee River, Rt 10, E of Abbeville. [Probably Abbie Creek]
    AL - Uchee Creek, Rt 169 bridge, 5.5 mi. S of Crawford, 13 mi. SW of Columbus.
    FL - Ochlockonee River, US Rt 90 bridge, 4 mi. NW of Tallahassee
    FL - Apalachicola River at junction of Chattahoochee and Flint rivers (Lake Seminole), Army Corp Recreation Area, N of Chattahoochee
    FL - Lake Rowena, 5 mi. N of Orlando.
    GA - Line Creek, GA Rt 85 bridge, 2.5 mi. NE of Senoia, 18 mi. ESE of Newnan
    GA - Flint River (Lake Blackshear), GA Rt 300 bridge, ca. 13 km SW of Cordele Smoak Public Boat Ramp
    GA - Spring Creek, County Road 190, 6.7 km E of GA Rt 45, 10 km S of Colquitt
    GA - Flint River, just upstream from Albany State College, Broad Street Bridge, Albany
    GA - Flint River, GA Rt 26 bridge, 1 mi. W of Montezuma, 2 mi. E of Oglethorpe
    GA - Flint River, GA Rt 362 bridge, 15 mi. WSW of Griffin
    GA - Flint River, near mouth of Line Creek, 5 mi. E of Alvaton, Rt. 362 bridge, 15 mi. WSW of Griffin
    GA - Line Creek at the confluence with the Flint River, N of GA Rt. 362 bridge, ca. 15 mi. WSW of Griffin
    GA - Ohoopee River, 1.2 km SE of GA Rt 147 bridge, 9 km SW of Reidsville
    GA - Jones Creek, 29 km NNE of Albany, GA Rt 300 bridge, ca. 30 km SW of Cordele [just S of Oakfield]


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