NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Ashbrook, F.G. 1948. Nutrias grow in the United States. The Journal of Wildlife Management 12(1):87-95.
Reference Number: 17038
Type: Journal Article
Author: Ashbrook, F.G.
Date (year): 1948
Article Title:Nutrias grow in the United States.
Journal Name: The Journal of Wildlife Management
Keywords: mammals, Nutria, Myocator coypus
Myocastor coypus CA - Elizabeth Lake WA - Green River area WA - Lake Washington WA - Snohomish River WA - Skykomish River WA - Snoqulamie River (headwaters) LA - Sabine National Wildlife Refuge LA - Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge LA - Lake Arthur TX - Whites Ranch LA - Delta National Wildlife Refuge LA - Iberia Parish LA - Cameron Parish LA - St. Martin Parish LA - Terrebonne Parish LA - Jefferson Parish LA - St. Charles Parish LA - St. James Parish LA - Iberville Parish LA - Vermilion Parish LA - Morgan City LA - Marsh Island LA - Cheniere Au Tigre LA - Pecan Island LA - Sabine River, near Toomey NM - Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge
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