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Bowler, P.A. 1991. The rapid spread of the freshwater hydrobiid snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray) in the middle Snake River, southern Idaho. Proccedings of the Desert Fishes Council 21:173-182.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9286
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bowler, P.A.
Date (year): 1991
Article Title:The rapid spread of the freshwater hydrobiid snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray) in the middle Snake River, southern Idaho.
Journal Name: Proccedings of the Desert Fishes Council.
Volume: 21
Issue:
Pages: 173-182
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Keywords: invertebrate mollusks gastropods snails Potamopyrgus antipodarum Snake Idaho
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Potamopyrgus antipodarum

    ID - Snake River near Hagerman, ID
    ID - Snake River in the Upper Salmon Falls Dam impoundment [several miles upriver from Hagerman, ID]
    ID - Snake River in the Lower Salmon Falls Dam impoundment [just downriver from Hagerman, ID]
    ID - Snake River in the Lower Salmon Falls Dam tailwaters (the Hagerman Reach) [just downriver from Hagerman, ID]
    ID - Snake River in the Lower Salmon Falls Dam tailwaters (the Hagerman Reach) [just downriver from Hagerman, ID]
    ID - Snake River at the Bliss Dam tailwaters [several miles W of Bliss, ID]
    ID - Snake River from C.J. Strike Dam to Bliss Dam
    ID - Snake River in Bancroft Springs, ID [~2 mi S of I-84 bridge crossing]
    ID - Snake River at mouth of Clover Creek [several miles upriver from Glenns Ferry, ID]
    ID - Snake River, an unnamed spring on the Bliss Grade along Highway 30.
    ID - Malad River, shallow riffle area below the bridge at the first impoundment


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