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Wu, Shi-Kuei. 1989. Natural History Inventory of Colorado, No. 11, Colorado freshwater mollusks. University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado 80309.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9212
Type: Book
Author: Wu, Shi-Kuei.
Date (year): 1989
Title:Natural History Inventory of Colorado, No. 11, Colorado freshwater mollusks.
Publisher:University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado 80309.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 117 pp
Keywords: invertebrate mollusks Colorado Valvata sincera Melanoides tuberculata Lymnaea auricularia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Melanoides tuberculata

    CO - Valley View Hot Springs

Radix auricularia

    CO - Devil Creek at US 160, just E of Chimney Rock
    CO - Campus Pond, University of Colorado at Boulder
    CO - Smith Lake (Reservoir), 4 mi S of Blanca
    CO - Sweitzer Lake, SE of Delta
    CO - Monument Creek at Colorado Springs
    CO - Lathrop State Park, 2 mi W of Walsenburg.
    CO - Delaney Lakes (North, South, East), North Park
    CO - La Plata River at CO 140, 0.5 mi N of Breen
    CO - Dixon Reservoir, W of Fort Collins
    CO - Mancos River at US 160, near Mancos
    CO - Chipeta Lakes, 3 mi S of Montrose
    CO - Arkansas Gulch, 1 mi W of Lake George.
    CO - Dotson Reservoir, 10 mi W of Fowler
    CO - Sherman Lake [Home Lake], 3 mi E of Monte Vista
    CO - San Juan River at US 160, Pagosa Springs, CO
    CO - Hatcher Reservoir at Piedra Road, 4.9 mi N of US 160
    CO - Prince Lake
    CO - Bohn Lake, 10 air-miles NNE of Boulder
    CO - Sand Creek at Tamlin Road, 5 mi W of Falcon
    CO - Robert Benson Lake, 6 mi N of Loveland
    CO - Warm Spring basin, near Fairplay
    CO - Antero Reservoir [5 mi NE of Antero Junction]

Tarebia granifera

    CO - Wellsville Hot (Warm) Springs, CO [tropical fish pool]
    CO - Valley View Hot Springs, 7.5 mi E of Jct US 285 & CO 17.


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