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Dinkins, G. 2017. Corbicula fluminea records McClung Museum. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Created on 06/16/2017.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 30046
Type: Database
Author: Dinkins, G.
Date (year): 2017
Title:Corbicula fluminea records McClung Museum.
Publisher:University of Tennessee
Publisher Location:Knoxville, TN
Accessed on:
Created on: 06/16/2017
Keywords: Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, museum
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Corbicula fluminea

    TN - Bledsoe Creek, 1 miles south of Hwy 25 bridge
    AL - Elk River RM 28.1
    TN - Elk River, S of Harms, W of Fayetteville
    TN - West Prong, Little Pigeon River, Sevierville
    AL - Chewacla Creek, Road 71 bridge
    GA - Ohoopee River, GA HWY 147
    KY - Ohio River, left bank, RM 940, Paducah
    TN - Tennessee River, 2 miles NNW Loudon, RM 585.0
    TN - Clinch River at Kyle's Ford RM 189.6
    VA - North Fork Holston River RM 7.5
    TN - Harpeth River
    TN - Tennessee River, Burns Island, RM 420
    AR - St. Francis River, I-40
    TN - Little Pigeon River, ca. 4 miles W. Sevierville (Along Rt. 66)
    TN - Nolichucky River at Steele Island RM 19.7
    TN - Tennessee River, 1 mile east of Faxon
    TN - Pigeon River, at confluence with Cosby Creek
    TN - Duck River, Hooper Island, River Mile 162.7
    TN - Tellico River, Nars Ford, 3.5 mi. N Tellico Plains, RM 22


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