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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Inland Fish Division. 1998. Major public lakes of Louisiana with Hydrilla. unpublished map prepared for in-office use.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10659
Type: Report
Author: Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Inland Fish Division.
Date (year): 1998
Report TitleMajor public lakes of Louisiana with Hydrilla.
Publisher:unpublished map prepared for in-office use.
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Keywords: Hydrilla, Louisiana
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    LA - Henderson Lake
    LA - Lake Boeuf
    LA - Bundick Lake
    LA - Larto Lake
    LA - Spring Bayou Lakes
    LA - Black Lake
    LA - Smithport Lake
    LA - Cross Lake
    LA - Clear Lake
    LA - Lake Rodemacher
    LA - Lake Cocodrie
    LA - Lac Des Allemands
    LA - Caddo Lake
    LA - Lake Fields
    LA - Toledo Bend Reservoir
    LA - Lake Bistineau
    LA - Lake Chicot
    LA - Millers Lake
    LA - Spanish Lake
    LA - area surrounding Lake Maurepas (not in Lake Maurepas)
    LA - Lake Verret
    LA - Lake Theriot
    LA - Lake Penchant
    LA - Caney Lake
    LA - Black Bayou Lake
    LA - Ivan Lake
    LA - Iatt Lake
    LA - Kincaid Lake (Reservoir)
    LA - Saline Lake
    LA - coastal marsh areas
    LA - Flat Lake


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