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Cowie, R.H., K.A. Hayes, E.E. Strong, and S.C. Thiengo. 2017. Non-native apple snails: systematics, distribution, invasion history and reasons for introduction. Pages 3-32 in Joshi, R.C., Cowie, R.H., and Sebastian, L.S, eds. Biology and management of invasive apple snails. Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), Maligaya. Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 3119, 406 pp.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 31948
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Cowie, R.H., K.A. Hayes, E.E. Strong, and S.C. Thiengo.
Date (year): 2017
Book Title: Biology and management of invasive apple snails.
Editor: Joshi, R.C., Cowie, R.H., and Sebastian, L.S.
Edition:
Chapter Title:Non-native apple snails: systematics, distribution, invasion history and reasons for introduction.
Publisher:Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), Maligaya
Publisher Location:Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 3119, 406 pp.
Volume:
Pages: 3-32
URL:
Keywords: applesnails, Pomacea, Hawaii, control, management
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pila scutata

    HI - state non-specific
    HI - Maui
    HI - Oahu
    HI - state non-specific

Pomacea cf. canaliculata/maculata

    FL - [unnamed waterbody] Lantana, drainage canal that runs along Haverhill Rd., 1/2 mi W of Military Trail on Lantana Rd.
    FL - Equalizer Canal 3 at Boynton Road, Boynton Beach
    FL - Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge waters
    FL - a canal parallel to SR7 between Boynton Beach Blvd, and Lantana Rd. [just W of Boynton Beach]
    FL - a canal adjacent to entrance to Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge [just W of Boynton Beach]
    FL - a private fish farm in Kendall

Pomacea diffusa

    HI - Kauai
    HI - Oahu
    HI - Island of Hawaii
    HI - state non-specific

Pomacea maculata

    TX - American Canal at State Highway 35 crossing and off FM 528 [in Alvin]


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