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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 2022. Potamopyrgus antipodarum observations. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Created on 06/24/2022. Accessed on 07/05/2022.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 38146
Type: Database
Author: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Date (year): 2022
Title:Potamopyrgus antipodarum observations
Publisher:Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Publisher Location:
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Accessed on: 07/05/2022
Created on: 06/24/2022
Keywords: Potamopyrgus antipodarum, New Zealand mudsnail, Wisconsin
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Potamopyrgus antipodarum

    MN - Mt Vernon Creek at Park to Hwy G Bridge
    MN - Black Earth Creek - Adj to Wolf Run
    MN - Black Earth Creek-WWTP
    WI - Rowan Creek - S of Academy Street
    MN - Elvers Creek - County Highway J Bridge
    MN - Badger Mill Creek at old Hwy. PB (133209)
    MN - Strutt Creek
    MN - Black Earth Creek - South Valley Road
    MN - Badger Mill Creek
    MN - Mt Vernon Creek - 150 meters upstream of Cty Rd U bridge
    MN - Black Earth Creek at Cth P
    MN - Mt Vernon Ck 1 M Ds Cth U
    WI - Rowan Crk -20 M Hwy 51
    MN - Badfish Creek: Oregon Branch
    MN - Brewery Creek - 250 Yds S of culvert
    MN - Brewery Creek - 20 ft. upstream of HWY 14 bridge
    MN - Brewery Creek - 100 Yds S of Culvert
    MN - Brewery Creek - Black Earth Creek Confluence
    MN - Badger Mill Creek at STH 151 (10047601)


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