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Cut-and-Paste Reference:
Kuhn, L.W., and E.P. Peloquin. 1974. Oregon's Nutria Problem. Proceedings of the 6th Vertebrate Pest Conference:101-105. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1026&context=vpc6.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17139
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kuhn, L.W., and E.P. Peloquin
Date (year): 1974
Article Title:Oregon's Nutria Problem.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the 6th Vertebrate Pest Conference
Volume:
Issue:
Pages: 101-105
URL: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1026&context=vpc6
Keywords: Nutria; Myocastor coypus; mammal; Oregon
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myocastor coypus

    OR - Grande Ronde River
    OR - Willamette River
    OR - Willamette River (East/Middle Channel)
    OR - Willamette River
    OR - Willamette River
    OR - Willamette River
    OR - Willamette River
    OR - Columbia River, lower
    OR - Columbia River, mainstem
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Columbia River
    OR - Umatilla River
    OR - Grande Ronde River, tributary to the Snake River
    OR - Willamette Valley
    OR - Union County
    OR - Baker County
    OR - Malheur County
    OR - Wallowa County
    OR - Corvallis


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