NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Jojola, S.M., G.M. Witmer, and D. Nolte. 2005. Nutria: An Invasive Rodent Pest or Valued Resource? Proceedings of the 11th Wildlife Damage Management Conference:120-126.
Reference Number: 17262
Type: Journal Article
Author: Jojola, S.M., G.M. Witmer, and D. Nolte
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:Nutria: An Invasive Rodent Pest or Valued Resource?.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the 11th Wildlife Damage Management Conference
Keywords: Nutria; Myocastor coypus; mammal; Louisiana, cypress, damage, control, impacts
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