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Texas Invasive Species Institute. 2021. Apple Snail reports for March-September 2021. Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX. Created on 11/04/2021. Accessed on 11/04/2021.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 37909
Type: Database
Author: Texas Invasive Species Institute
Date (year): 2021
Title:Apple Snail reports for March-September 2021
Publisher:Sam Houston State University
Publisher Location:Huntsville, TX
URL:
Accessed on: 11/04/2021
Created on: 11/04/2021
Keywords: Pomacea maculata; Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pomacea maculata

    TX - Pond at 17915 FM 521 Road
    TX - Small lake at Autumn Lakes Subdivision in Pearland
    TX - McGovern Lake near Houston Zoo; in tributaries off the lake
    TX - Pond at Hermann Park
    TX - Sheldon Lake
    TX - on manmade pier at West Lake Park boardwalk
    TX - Sheldon Lake
    TX - waterfront in front of Sharkys restaurant in Kingwood TX
    TX - San Antonio Riverwalk
    TX - Lakefront at Willowcreek Ranch estates
    TX - drain in Exploration Green Phase 1
    TX - Retention pond
    TX - Retention pond
    TX - Sharpstown Golf Course
    TX - Kings Harbor Waterfront Village
    TX - Resoft Park
    TX - Houston Public Works at: 22627 W. Shorewood´┐ŻLoop


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