NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Howells, R.G. 1994. Preliminary distributional surveys of freshwater bivalves in Texas: progress report for 1992. Management Data Series No. 105, 1994. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TX. http://184.108.40.206/publications/pwdpubs/media/mds_inland/mds-105.pdf.
Reference Number: 29692
Author: Howells, R.G.
Date (year): 1994
Report TitlePreliminary distributional surveys of freshwater bivalves in Texas: progress report for 1992. Management Data Series No. 105, 1994.
Publisher:Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Publisher Location:Austin, TX
Keywords: Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, Texas
Corbicula fluminea TX - Boy Scout Lakes TX - Llano City Reservoir, Llano TX - Guadalupe River, camp grounds at SH 46, New Braunfels TX - Camp Creek, at Camp Creek Reservoir TX - Pedernales River, Old Kerrville Road crossing south of Fredercksberg TX - Inks Lake TX - Guadalupe River, above dam at Center Point TX - North Concho River, downtown San Angelo, 29th Street TX - South Concho River, in Nasworthy Reservoir, power plant discharge canal TX - Camp Creek, at Camp Creek Reservoir TX - Guadalupe River, boat ramp upstream of Ingram Lake TX - Johnson Creek (Guadalupe R. tributary), Beech Road crossing TX - South Concho River, in Nasworthy Reservoir - opposite power plant discharge TX - Llano River, below Llano City Reservoir dam TX - Lake Proctor TX - Guadalupe RIver, at Ingram Lake, Ingram TX - Guadalupe River, below Hays Park dam, Kerrville, at SH 16 TX - Llano River, Lemberg crossing west of Llano TX - Llano River, Texas Tech U. station, Junction TX - South Concho River, below Nasworthy Reservoir dam TX - Little Brazos River, first crossing below US 79 TX - Middle Concho River, below Twin Buttes dam TX - Middle Concho River, between Twin Buttes dam and Nasworthy Reservoir TX - Colorado River, Lake Buchanan [=Reservoir]
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