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Gooding, E.L., A.E. Fowler, D. Knott, R.T Dillon, Jr., T. Brown, M.R. Kendrick, and P.R. Kingsley-Smith. 2018. Life History and Phenological Characteristics of the Invasive Island Apple Snail Pomacea maculata (Perry, 1810) in Stormwater Retention Ponds in Coastal South Carolina, USA. Journal of Shellfish Research 37(1):229-238. http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2983/035.037.0121.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 32245
Type: Journal Article
Author: Gooding, E.L., A.E. Fowler, D. Knott, R.T Dillon, Jr., T. Brown, M.R. Kendrick, and P.R. Kingsley-Smith
Date (year): 2018
Article Title:Life History and Phenological Characteristics of the Invasive Island Apple Snail Pomacea maculata (Perry, 1810) in Stormwater Retention Ponds in Coastal South Carolina, USA
Journal Name: Journal of Shellfish Research
Volume: 37
Issue: 1
Pages: 229-238
URL: http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2983/035.037.0121
Keywords: Apple Snail, Pomacea maculata, giant applesnail, island applesnail, applesnail, life history, South Carolina
DOI: 10.2983/035.037.0121
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pomacea maculata

    SC - pond in Village Green community (just outside SW bend of Fieldstone Cir)
    SC - pond in Village Green community (inside SW bend of Fieldstone Cir)
    SC - pond at S corner of Fieldstone Cir and Laurelwood Dr
    SC - pond at E side of Fieldstone Cir and Laurelwood Dr
    SC - pond just W of western bend on Windmill Creek Rd
    SC - pond inside loop of Windmill Creek Rd
    SC - pond at NW end of Windmill Creek Rd
    SC - pond just W of Pawtucket St and Westerly Ln intersection
    SC - pond S of Windmill Creek Rd
    SC - pond between Winding Ridge Ct and Country Manor Dr
    SC - pond W of where Omni Blvd intersects Omni Blvd (loops back into itself)
    SC - pond S of Omni Blvd intersection with Omni Blvd (loops back into itself)
    SC - pond inside Cabo Loop


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/17/2024].

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