NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
McMurray, S. 2018. Corbicula fluminea in Missouri data (unpublished data). Missouri Department of Conservation. Created on 05/10/2018. Accessed on 05/10/2018.
Reference Number: 31381
Author: McMurray, S.
Date (year): 2018
Title:Corbicula fluminea in Missouri data (unpublished data).
Publisher:Missouri Department of Conservation
Accessed on: 05/10/2018
Created on: 05/10/2018
Keywords: Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, Missouri
Corbicula fluminea MO - Jacks Fork R. approximately 800 m above Bay Creek confluence. MO - Jacks Fork River ~2.5 river miles downstream from Rymers Campground,~6.25mi NW of Birch Tree. MO - Niangua river at the end of Lanabo Dr, ~1mi S of Edith, ~1mi W of the Tunnel Dam MO - Logan Creek at Hwy 142, <1mi W from Oxly MO - North Prong Little Black River, at Grandin, 21.5 miles West of Poplar Bluff, River Mile 1.8 MO - Little Black River at ~2.5mi SW of Lone Hill MO - Elk River along highway DD north of Noel. MO - Jacks Fork at Co Rd 437, ~5 mi. N of Teresita MO - Current River at Hwy. 60 in Van Buren, 8.75 miles ENE of Fremont MO - Niangua River at ~1.5mi E of Celt. MO - Niangua River at ~.6mi S of Edith, ~300m N of the Tunnel Dam Rd bridge MO - Niangua River at~1.25mi E of Edith and ~3mi SW of Roach MO - Jacks Fork ~5mi SSW of Alley Spring MO - Jacks Fork off Co. Rd. 203, approx. 3.2 miles NE of Eminence MO - Niangua River at ~1.75mi N of Celt and ~.25mi S of the Dallas/Camden county line MO - Little Black River 4.7 miles SSW of Stringtown, 12.4 miles SW of Poplar Bluff MO - Niangua River at ~1.35mi E of Edith and ~2.75mi SW of Roach MO - Jacks Fork River below confluence of North and South Prongs, downstream of Jacks Ford Road bridge. MO - Little Black River at Little Black River CA ~2.75mi S of Shiloh MO - Jacks Fork River ~1.75 river miles upstream of Rymers MO - Niangua River at ~1.75mi S of Edith and ~2.35mi SW of Tunnel Dam MO - Shoal Creek downstream from MDC Lime Kiln Access, approximately 70 m downstream from bridge 986. MO - Jacks Fork River approx. 1mi W of Alley Springs MO - Niangua River at ~2.25mi E of Celt MO - Little Black River at ~3.75mi NW of Fairdealing and ~.5mi W of King Bee MO - Little Black River 2.5 miles North of Fairdealing, 13.0 Miles WSW of Poplar Bluff MO - Niangua River at ~1.5mi NE of Celt MO - Logan Creek approx. 3.8 river mi. downstream of Hwy A, approx. 2.6 mi WSW of Spalding MO - South Prong of the Little Black River, 8.75 miles North of Doniphan, 22 miles West of Poplar Bluff MO - Niangua River ~5.8 river mi. above Lake Niangua Dam, 1.6mi S of Edith MO - Niangua River, off Hacksaw Road, ca. 3.1 mi. East of Edith. Site 21 of 2017 Tunnel Dam Relicensing Survey. MO - Jacks Fork at Co Rd 493B ~ 4.5mi N of Teresita MO - St. Francis River. At Highway C, 1.0miles East of Jewett, 16.0 miles SSW of Frederick town MO - Niangua River at ~3mi SSW of Edith and ~6.5mi E of Branch MO - Shoal Creek at MDC Tipton Ford Access. MO - Jacks Fork River, approx. 2.35 river miles below NPS Bay Creek Campground, ~2.25mi SW of Alley Springs. MO - Little Black River at Hwy M (Slayton Ford), ca 3.3 mi NE of Flatwoods and 3.2 mi NNW of Fairdealing and 11.8 mi NE of Doniphan MO - Little Black River at Bud Reeves', 4.5mi NNW of Flatwoods, 10.2 miles NNE of Doniphan MO - Jacks Fork ~0.25 river mi. downstream from Bunker Hill Resort. MO - Niangua River at ~.75mi SE of Celt and ~ 4mi NE of Lead Mine MO - North Prong Beaverdam Creek at low water crossing, 6.5mi NE of Flatwoods MO - North Prong Little Black River at Hwy B, ca 1.1 mi NE of Grandin and 21.0 mi W of Poplar Bluff MO - Niangua River at ~1.75mi E of Celt, ~250m upstream of (new 2017) boat ramp at MDC Lead Mines Conservation Area. MO - Jacks Fork at Harlow Rd ~3 mi. SSE of Arroll MO - Little Black River at Shiloh and ~.25mi W of Hwy NN MO - Jacks Fork River ~1.5 river miles above Rymers MO - Niangua River at ~.8mi S of Edith, ~400m S of the Tunnel Dam Rd bridge MO - Niangua River at ~1.25mi NE of Tunnel Dam and ~4.15mi W of Hahatonka MO - Jacks Fork River at Hwy 17, 9 mi south of Summerville.
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