Reference List

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
18072 News 200720-pound rodent found in NJ marshes.
14826 News Pulkkinen, L.2005Creatures threaten marshland, dikes.
887 OtherAnonymous1994Wildlife integrity white paper.
17038 Journal ArticleAshbrook, F.G.1948Nutrias grow in the United States.
16160 Web PageAssociated Press.2007Nutria invading Eugene area wetlands.
14717 Journal ArticleAtwood, E.L.1950Life history studies of nutria, or coypu, in coastal Louisiana.
17838 Journal ArticleBaccus, J.T., H.M. Becker, T.R. Simpson, and R.W. Manning2000Mammals of the Freeman Ranch, Hays County, Texas.
17837 Journal ArticleBahm, M.A., J.M. Mueller, and A.R. Sides2008Inventory of Terrestrial Mammals at Amistad National Recreation Area, Texas.
18101 Journal ArticleBailey, J.W., and G.A. Heidt1978Range and Status of the Nutria Myocastor coypus, in Arkansas.
17191 ReportBednarik, K.E.1961Nutria in Ohio.
17190 Journal ArticleBlair, R.M., and M.J. Langlinaia1960Nutria and Swamp Rabbits Damage Bald Cypress Plantings.
18074 NewsBogues, A.2008It's large, it's hungry and it's invading Hampton Roads.
17149 Journal ArticleBounds, D.L., T.A. Mollett, and M.H. Sherfy2001The Nutria Nuisance in Maryland and the Search for Solutions.
17142 Journal ArticleBrown, L.N.1975Ecological Relationships and Breeding Biology of the Nutria (Myocastor coypus) in the Tampa, Florida, area.
15606 BookCaire, W., J.D. Tyler, B.P. Glass, and M. A, Mares.1989Mammals of Oklahoma.
31071 NewsCalifornia Department of Agriculture2017Monthly Crop Report - December 2017
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
17137 Journal Articlechabreck, R.H.1962Daily Activity of Nutria in Lousiana.
17146 Conference ProceedingsConner, W.H., and J.R. Toliver.1987The Problem of Planting Louisiana Swamplands with Nutria (Myocastor coypus) are Present.
17749 Thesis or DissertationCoreil, P.D.1984Habitat Preferences, Movements, and Activities of Adult Nutria in a Southwestern Louisiana Intermediate Marsh Area.
17265 ReportDavidson, M.2005Nutria (Myocastor coypus) in Skagit County, WA: Background, Trapping Results and Recommendations.
17143 Journal ArticleDixon, K.R., G.R. Willner, J.A. Chapman, W.C. Lane, and D. Pursley1979Effects of Trapping and Weather on Body Weights of Feral Nutria in Maryland.
15637 NewsDodge, J.2006Add nutria to list of Capitol Lake invaders.
17252 Journal ArticleDunlap, B. G, and M.L. Thies2002Giardia in Beaver (Castor canadensis) and Nutria (Myocastor coypus) from East Texas.
17257 Journal ArticleElsey, R.M.2006Food habits of Macrochelys temminckii (Alligator Snapping Turtle) from Arkansas and Louisiana.
18880 DatabaseFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (Larry Connor).2009FWC Exotic database as of 10/31/09.
18582 DatabaseFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, (Larry Connor).2009FWC Exotic database as of 3-31-2009.
1395 Journal ArticleGriffo, J.V., Jr.1957The status of the nutria in Florida.
17132 Journal ArticleGunderson, H.L.1955Nutria, Myocaster coypus, in Minnesota.
17135 Journal ArticleHailman, J.P.1961Sterotyped Feeding Behavior of a North Carolina Nutria.
17145 Journal ArticleHarman, D.M., and T. Thoerig1968Occurence of the Porcupine Erethizon dorsatum and the Nutria Myocastor coypus bonariensis in Western Maryland.
17188 Journal ArticleHarris, V.T.1956The Nutria as a Wild Fur Mammal in Louisiana.
17192 ReportHarris, V.T., and F. Webert.1962Nutria Feeding Activity and Its Effect on Marsh Vegetation in Southwestern Louisiana.
17833 BookHazard, E.B.1982The Mammals of Minnesota.
17113 Journal ArticleHoffmeister, D.F., and C.D. Kennedy1947The Nutria, a South American Rodent, in Kansas.
17250 Journal ArticleHollander, R.R., R.N. Robertson, and R.J. Kinucan1992First record of the nutria, Myocastor coypus, in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas.
17129 Journal ArticleHoward, W.E.1953Nutria (Myocastor coypus) in California.
24851 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2016Oregon iMapInvasives
17112 Journal ArticleJellison, W.L.1945Spotted Skunk and Feral Nutria in Montana.
14725 Journal ArticleJohnson, L.A.1992Use of a mark-recapture technique to estimate the relative abundance of nutria.
17260 Journal ArticleJohnson-Randall, L.A., and A.L. Foote2005Effects of managed impoundments and herbivory on wetland plant production and stand structure.
17253 Journal ArticleJung, R.E., K.E. Bonine, M.L. Rosenshield, A. De La Reza, S. Raimondo, and S. Droege2002Evaluation of canoe surveys for anurana along the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park, Texas.
18110 Web PageKendrot, S.2008Nutria Project. Map of Key locations for Maryland Nutria Project.
14710 Journal ArticleKennedy, M.L., and P.K. Kennedy1998First record of nutria, Myocastor coypus, (Mamalia: Rodentia), in Tennessee.
17835 ReportKinler, N., G. Linscombe, and S. Hartley.1998A Survey of Nutria Herbivory Damage in Coastal Louisiana in 1998.
31070 NewsKratville, D.2017California Pest Rating for Nutria (Myocastor coypus)
17139 Journal ArticleKuhn, L.W., and E.P. Peloquin1974Oregon's Nutria Problem.
17109 Journal ArticleLarrison, E.J.1943Feral Coypus in the Pacific Northwest.
17247 Journal ArticleLarrison, E.J., and E.N. Francq1961The Mice, Rats, Miscellaneous Rodents and Rabbits of Idaho (Nutria).
14724 Book ChapterLayne, J.N.1997Nonindigenous mammals.
14723 ReportLayne, J.N., J.A. Stallcup, G.E. Woolfenden, M.N. McCauley, and D.J. Worley.1977Fish and wildlife inventory of the seven-county region included in the Central Florida phosphate industry areawide environmental impact study.
17195 ReportLinscombe, G., and N. Kinler.1997A Survey of Vegetative Damage Caused by Nutria Herbivory in the Barataria and Terrebonne Basins.
17193 Journal ArticleLinscombe, G., N. Kinler, and V. Wright1981Nutria Population Density and Vegetation Changes in Brackish Marsh in Coastal Louisiana.
17199 Journal ArticleLohmeier, L.1981Home Range, Movements and Population Density of Nutria on a Mississippi Pond.
17186 Journal ArticleLueth, F.X.1949The First Year of Nutria Investigation on the Mobile Delta.
17768 ReportMarx, J., E. Mouton, and G. Linscombe.2004Nutria Harvest Distribution 2003-2004 and A Survey of Nutria Herbivory Damage in Coastal Louisiana in 2004.
17256 Journal ArticleMerino, S., J. Carter, and G. Thibodeaux2007Testing Tail-mounted Transmitters with Myocastor coypus.
18076 Thesis or DissertationMeyer, A.2006The impacts of nutria on vegetation and erosion in Oregon.
17266 Journal ArticleNolfo-Clements, L.E.2006Vegetative survey of Wetland Habitats at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve in Southeastern Louisiana.
33361 NewsO'Connor, R.2019Dealing with Nutria
17187 Journal ArticlePetrides, G.A.1950The Nutria Comes to Texas.
17130 Journal ArticlePetrides, G.A., and D.L. Leedy1948The Nutria in Ohio.
17133 Journal ArticlePresnall, C.C.1958The Present Status of Exotic Mammals in the United States.
17208 Thesis or DissertationRas, L.B.1999Population estimates and movements of nutria (Myocastor coypus) at Tudor Farms, Dorchester County, Maryland.
17131 Journal ArticleRichardson, F.1954Nevada Mammal Records.
17251 Journal ArticleRyberg, W.A., L.A. Fitzgerald, R.L. Honeycutt, J.C. Cathey, and T.J. Hibbitts2004Vertebrate Inventory of Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area in Eastern Texas.
17270 ReportScarborough, J., and E. Mouton.2007A Survey of Nutria Herbivory Damage in Coastal Louisiana in 2007.
18137 OtherSheffels, T.2008Pacific Northwest Nutria Distribution GIS Map.
17261 Journal ArticleSherfy, M.H., T.A. Mollett, K.R. McGowan, and S.L. Daugherty2006A Reexamination of Age-Related Variation in Body Weight and Morphometry of Maryland Nutria.
17108 Journal ArticleSooter, C.A.1943Nutria Good Diver.
1396 BookStevenson, H.M.1976Vertebrates of Florida: Identification and Distribution.
15640 NewsStiffler, L.2006Bucktoothed rodent joins region's invasive species.
16213 Journal ArticleSwank, W.G., and G.A. Petrides1954Establishment and food habits of the Nutria in Texas.
16728 ReportSytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.2004Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report: Appendices.
17275 ReportSytsma, M.D., J.R. Cordell, J.W. Chapman, and R.C. Draheim.2004Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final Technical Report.
17249 Journal ArticleTaylor, K.L., J .B. Grace, and B.D. Marx1997The effects of herbivory on neighbor interactions along a coastal marsh gradient.
18103 Journal ArticleTelfair, R.C. II, and T.J. Bister2004Long-term Breeding Success of the Cattle Egret in Texas.
14719 Web PageTexas Parks and Wildlife, Nongame and Urban Program.1994Nutria.
15605 Web PageThe New Mexico Department of Fish and Game.2004Biota information system of New Mexico (BISON): Nutria, Myocaster coypus.
31072 NewsTira, P.2018Nutria Discovered in San Joaquin Valley; CDFW Seeks to Prevent Further Spread and Infestation
14257 Web PageU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.2005National Wildlife Refuge System Invasive Species.
25944 DatabaseUeda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S.
17202 Journal ArticleValentine, J. M, Jr., J.R. Walther, K.M. McCartney, and L.M. Ivy1972Alligator Diets on the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana.
17136 Journal ArticleVelich, R.1961Notes on Mammals from Nebraska and Southwestern Iowa.
17196 Journal ArticleWarkentin, M.J.1968Observations on the Behavior and Ecology of the Nutria in Louisiana.
17198 Thesis or DissertationWentz, W.A.1971The impact of nutria (Myocastor coypus) on marsh vegetation in the Willamette Valley, Oregon.
17144 Journal ArticleWillner, G.R., J.A. Chapman, and D. Pursley1979Reproduction, Physiological Responses, Food Habits, and Abundance of Nutria on Maryland Marshes.
17201 Journal ArticleWilsey, B.J., R.H. Chabreck, and R.G. Linscombe1991Variation in Nutria Diets in Selected Freshwater Forested Wetlands of Louisiana.
17150 Book ChapterWitmer, G.W., and J.C. Lewis.2001Introduced Wildlife in Oregon and Washington
17197 BookWolfe, J.L.1971Mississippi Land Mammals: Distribution, Identification, Ecological Notes.


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