NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Collins, S. 2003. The great mudpuppy escape (sort of). http://www.colby.edu/colby.mag/issues/fall03/mudpuppy/. Accessed on 12/20/2012.
Reference Number: 14426
Type: Web Page
Author: Collins, S.
Date (year): 2003
Title:The great mudpuppy escape (sort of).
Accessed on: 12/20/2012
Keywords: Necturus maculosus
Esox lucius ME - Great Pond, Kennebec River drainage, town of Belgrade, Kennebec County ME - Belgrade stream system, Kennebec drainage ME - North Pond ME - Long Pond of Belgrade chain ME - Messalonskee Lake of the Belgrade Chain ME - Great Pond, Kennebec River drainage, town of Belgrade, Kennebec County ME - Belgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade ME - Belgrade Chain of Lakes
Necturus maculosus ME - Belgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade ME - Great Pond, Belgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade
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