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Scarborough, J., and E. Mouton. 2007. A Survey of Nutria Herbivory Damage in Coastal Louisiana in 2007. Fur and Refuge Division, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Coastwide Nutria Control Program.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17270
Type: Report
Author: Scarborough, J., and E. Mouton.
Date (year): 2007
Report TitleA Survey of Nutria Herbivory Damage in Coastal Louisiana in 2007.
Publisher:Fur and Refuge Division, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Coastwide Nutria Control Program.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 40 pp
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Keywords: Nutria; Myocastor coypus; mammal; Louisiana,, damage, control, impacts
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myocastor coypus

    LA - Ascension Parish
    LA - Assumption Parish
    LA - Calcasieu Parish
    LA - Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge
    LA - Iberia Parish
    LA - Iberville Parish
    LA - Jefferson Parish
    LA - Jefferson Davis Parish
    LA - LaFourche Parish
    LA - Livingston Parish
    LA - Orleans Parish
    LA - Plaquemines Parish
    LA - St. Bernard Parish
    LA - St. Charles Parish
    LA - St. James Parish
    LA - St. John the Baptist Parish
    LA - St. Martin Parish
    LA - St. Mary Parish
    LA - St. Tammany Parish
    LA - Tangipahoa Parish
    LA - Vermilion Parish
    LA - Terrebonne Parish
    LA - West Baton Rouge Parish


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