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Presnall, C.C. 1958. The Present Status of Exotic Mammals in the United States. The Journal of Wildlife Management 22(1):45-50.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17133
Type: Journal Article
Author: Presnall, C.C.
Date (year): 1958
Article Title:The Present Status of Exotic Mammals in the United States.
Journal Name: The Journal of Wildlife Management
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 45-50
Keywords: Nutria; Myocastor coypus; mammal
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myocastor coypus

    NM - Pecos River
    MS - Mississippi River in Bolivar County
    NC - Currituck County
    VA - Back Bay/Curituck Sound
    OR - Grande Ronde River
    ID - St Maries River
    OH - Gallia County
    TX - Eagle Lake
    TX - San Patricio County
    TX - Calhoun County
    TX - Orange County
    TX - Brazoria County
    TX - Willacy County
    TX - Kenedy County
    TX - Kleberg County
    TX - Nueces County
    TX - Aransas County
    TX - Jackson County
    TX - Matagorda County
    TX - Galveston County
    LA - Concordia Parish
    LA - Tensas Parish
    LA - Madison Parish
    MS - Tunica County
    LA - St. John the Baptist Parish
    LA - Ascension Parish
    LA - West Feliciana Parish
    LA - West Baton Rouge Parish
    LA - East Baton Rouge Parish
    LA - Pointe Coupee Parish
    LA - Avoyelles parish
    LA - East Carrol parish
    MS - Issaquena County
    MS - Wilkinson County
    MS - Adams County
    MS - Jefferson County
    MS - Claiborne County
    MS - Warren County
    MS - Washington County
    MS - Coahoma County
    MS - DeSoto County
    AR - Crittenden County
    AR - Mississippi county
    AR - Lee county
    AR - Phillips county
    AR - Desha county
    AR - Chicot county
    MO - Pemiscot County
    MO - New Madrid County
    MO - Mississippi County
    NC - Cape Hatteras
    WA - Lake Washington
    OR - Grande Ronde River


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