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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Resources Research Institute. 2023. South Carolina DNR Invasive species reports Decemeber 2023. SCDNR Marine Resources Research Institute. Created on 01/08/2024. Accessed on 12/21/2023.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 42858
Type: Database
Author: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Resources Research Institute
Date (year): 2023
Title:South Carolina DNR Invasive species reports Decemeber 2023
Publisher:SCDNR Marine Resources Research Institute
Publisher Location:
URL:
Accessed on: 12/21/2023
Created on: 01/08/2024
Keywords: Cardisoma guanhumi, blue land crab, Charybdis hellerii, Indo-Pacific Swimming Crab, giant applesnail, Pomacea maculata, Procambarus clarkii, redswamp crayfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cardisoma guanhumi

    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Fort Fremont, SC
    SC - James Island, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Parris Island, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Beaufort, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - James Island, SC
    SC - James Island, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Awendaw, SC
    SC - James Island, SC
    SC - Edisto, SC
    SC - James Island, SC
    SC - Edisto, SC
    SC - Isle of Palms, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Isle of Palms, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC
    SC - Mount Pleasant, SC

Charybdis hellerii

    SC - Big Bay Creek, Edisto Island, SC
    SC - Bass Creek off of the May River, Hilton Head, SC
    SC - Clark Sound, Charleston, SC

Penaeus monodon

    SC - Winyah Bay, Georgetown, SC

Pomacea maculata

    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Santee, SC
    SC - Garden City, SC
    SC - Mt. Pleasant, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Socastee, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Murrells Inlet, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Murrells Inlet, SC
    SC - Surfside Beach, SC
    SC - Surfside Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Murrells Inlet, SC
    SC - Murrells Inlet, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Surfside Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Charleston, SC
    SC - Myrtle Beach, SC
    SC - Murrells Inlet, SC

Procambarus clarkii

    SC - Dreher Island State Park, Lake Murray, SC
    SC - Ravanel, SC
    SC - Ravanel, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Bear Swamp, West Ashley, SC
    SC - Landsford Canal State Park, Catawba, SC


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