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20120111121711FishesCyprinidae Cyprinus carpio Common Carp Collection info
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20111221113958FishesCentrarchidae Pomoxis nigromaculatus Black Crappie Collection info
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Freshwater Native Transplant
20120130114043FishesSalmonidae Salmo trutta Brown Trout Collection info
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20120130113429FishesSalmonidae Salvelinus fontinalis Brook Trout Collection info
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Freshwater Native Transplant
20051108161548FishesSalmonidae Salvelinus namaycush Lake Trout Collection info
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Freshwater Native Transplant
20110314095956Mollusks-GastropodsHydrobiidae Potamopyrgus antipodarum New Zealand mudsnail Collection info
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20090220191040PlantsLythraceae Lythrum salicaria purple lythrum Collection info
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20160218092225PlantsPotamogetonaceae Potamogeton crispus curly-leaf pondweed Collection info
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Freshwater Exotic
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/23/2019].

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