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Alvarez, J.A., and B.J. Alvarez. 2022. The current distribution and putative spread of the channeled apple snail in California. California Fish and Wildlife Journal 108(2):e8. https://journal.wildlife.ca.gov/2022/06/30/the-current-distribution-and-putative-spread-of-the-channeled-apple-snail-in-california/.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 40920
Type: Journal Article
Author: Alvarez, J.A., and B.J. Alvarez
Date (year): 2022
Article Title:The current distribution and putative spread of the channeled apple snail in California 
Journal Name: California Fish and Wildlife Journal
Volume: 108
Issue: 2
Pages: e8
URL: https://journal.wildlife.ca.gov/2022/06/30/the-current-distribution-and-putative-spread-of-the-channeled-apple-snail-in-california/
Keywords: allopatric, breeding, control, disjunct populations, established, expansion, invasive, Pomacea canaliculata, range
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pomacea canaliculata

    CA - Lake Miramar near Miramar Naval Air Station, a half mile east of Interstate
    CA - Ornamental pond at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, Los Angeles
    CA - Whitewater River at Mecca near the Salton Sea


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