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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2018. Aquatic Invasive Species Unit: New Zealand Mudsnail confirmed detections. Accessed on 07/11/2018.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 31558
Type: Database
Author: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Date (year): 2018
Title:Aquatic Invasive Species Unit: New Zealand Mudsnail confirmed detections
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Accessed on: 07/11/2018
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Keywords: New Zealand Mudsnail, Washington State
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Potamopyrgus antipodarum

    WA - Thornton Creek
    WA - Kelsey Creek
    WA - Valley Creek
    WA - Deschutes River
    WA - Maple Leaf Creek
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Peels Slough
    WA - Blue Slough
    WA - NOAA Manchester Facility
    WA - May Creek
    WA - Columbia River
    WA - Spirit Lake
    WA - Kelsey Creek
    WA - Deschutes River
    WA - Sears Creek
    WA - Valley Creek
    WA - McAleer Creek
    WA - Columbia River
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Blue Slough
    WA - Naselle River Unknown Tributary
    WA - Willapa Bay Unknown Swale
    WA - Columbia River
    WA - Duck Lake
    WA - Spirit Lake Unknown Tributary
    WA - Longfellow Creek
    WA - Washington Lake
    WA - Valley Creek
    WA - Mercer Creek
    WA - Blue Slough
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Blue Slough
    WA - NOAA Manchester Facility
    WA - Ringold River Road Spring
    WA - Ringold Hatchery
    WA - Duck Lake
    WA - McAleer Creek
    WA - Thornton Creek
    WA - Columbia River
    WA - Kelsey Creek
    WA - Burnt Bridge Creek
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Union Slough
    WA - Chehalis River
    WA - Chehalis River Unknown Slough
    WA - NOAA Manchester Facility
    WA - Columbia River
    WA - Ringold Hatchery
    WA - Duck Lake
    WA - Soos Creek
    WA - Thornton Creek
    WA - Mapes Creek
    WA - Spirit Lake
    WA - Lyon Creek


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