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Dillon, R. 2003. The freshwater gastropods of North America Project: Invasive Viviparids in South Carolina. https://fwgna.blogspot.com/2003/10/invasive-viviparids-in-south-carolina.html.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 34218
Type: Web Page
Author: Dillon, R.
Date (year): 2003
Title:The freshwater gastropods of North America Project: Invasive Viviparids in South Carolina
URL: https://fwgna.blogspot.com/2003/10/invasive-viviparids-in-south-carolina.html
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Keywords: gastropods, Viviparidae, Viviparus subpurpureus, Viviparus georgianus, Cipangopaludina japonica, Japanese mysterysnail, olive mysterysnail, banded mysterysnail
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cipangopaludina japonica

    SC - JOnesville Reservoir, near Spartanburg
    SC - Lake Greenwood [Greenwood reservoir], impoundment of the Saluda River, ~40 miles west of Columbia, South Carolina

Viviparus georgianus

    SC - Lake Marion, Santee River, about 50-60 miles west of Charleston, South Carolina
    SC - Lake Moultrie, Santee River, 50-60 miles west of Charleston, South Carolina

Viviparus subpurpureus

    SC - Lake Marion, Santee River, about 50-60 miles west of Charleston, South Carolina


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