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Wethington, A.R., and R. Guralnick. 2004. Are populations of physids from different hot springs discinctive lineages? American Malacological Bulletin 19(1/2):135-144.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 32447
Type: Journal Article
Author: Wethington, A.R., and R. Guralnick
Date (year): 2004
Article Title:Are populations of physids from different hot springs discinctive lineages?
Journal Name: American Malacological Bulletin
Volume: 19
Issue: 1/2
Pages: 135-144
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Keywords: Physa acuta, Physa gyrina, tadpole physa, Eurpoean physa, gastrpod, western, genetic, hot spring, snail, mollusk
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Physella acuta

    CO - [Plateau] Creek south of Vega Reservoir, near [Aspen Grove] campground
    CO - [hot springs on the Chalk Creek near]Farmers Ditch, trib of Boulder Creek (Mt. Princeton Hot Springs)
    WY - Big Horn River near Lower Kane Cave
    AZ - Gila River, Arizona, USA
    CO - Fremont Co., Colorado, USA
    CO - Garfield Co., Colorado, USA
    CO - Mesa Co. Colorado, USA
    CO - Rio Blanco Co., Colorado, USA
    CO - Yuma Co., Colorado, USA
    MO - Reynolds County, Missouri
    PA - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [near Schuykill River]


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