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North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences. 2017. NCSM Mollusks Collection. North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/51c49096-dc31-4077-b35c-4510a8ee1ee8. Created on 03/10/2017. Accessed on 08/22/2018.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 31891
Type: Database
Author: North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
Date (year): 2017
Title:NCSM Mollusks Collection
Publisher:North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
Publisher Location:Raleigh, NC
URL: http://www.gbif.org/dataset/51c49096-dc31-4077-b35c-4510a8ee1ee8
Accessed on: 08/22/2018
Created on: 03/10/2017
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Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Tarebia granifera

    PR - Río Cialitos (tributary to Río Manatí), about 100 m above mouth near PR 6685/146 junction, in Cialis, [6.2 air miles SSE center Manati].
    PR - Rio Tallaboa, 0.2 air miles N off of PR 132, near end of Calle C, N edge of Tallaboa Alta, 6.7 air miles NW center of Ponce.
    TX - San Marcos River at US Highway 35, [point estimated 0.83 air miles SE center] San Marcos, [San Marcos South Quad].
    PR - Río Canóvanas at road off of PR 185, 4.25 air miles S [center] Canóvanas.
    PR - Río Inabón at PR 14, on NE side of Coto Laurel, 6.2 air miles NE center of Ponce.
    PR - Rio Bucanà by PR 5139, ca. 1.0 road mile N PR 14 junction, 4.3 air miles NE center of Ponce.
    PR - Río Hoconuco at PR 358, 2.8 air miles NNW San Germàn.
    PR - Tributary to Río Jacaboa (from mouth to 75 m upstream), ca. 100 m (N of) PR 7755 (off of PR 758), 3.2 air miles ESE Patillas.
    PR - Río Espíritu Santo at PR 186, ca 1.0 air miles S of EL Verde, 2.5 air miles SSE of Rio Grande (town).
    PR - Rio Yagüez along S side of PR 106/351 and tributary crossing highway, ca. 1.8 air miles ENE center of Mayaquez.


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