NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Todd, T.N. 1983. The feasibility of mass-culturing coregonines in the Great Lakes.
Reference Number: 1442
Author: Todd, T.N.
Date (year): 1983
Report TitleThe feasibility of mass-culturing coregonines in the Great Lakes.
Pages: 50pp +lit
Keywords: whitefish, Coregonus, Great Lakes
Coregonus albula ME - state non-specific ME - Heart Pond ME - Hebron Lake
Coregonus clupeaformis SD - Lake Oahe
Coregonus maraena MI - Gardner's Lake, Otsego County, a small deep lake (not found on map)
Coregonus wartmanni ME - Heart Pond
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