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Reference Number: 1755
Type: Other
Author: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Date (year): 1997
Book Title:
Title:1997 Minnesota Fishing Regulations.
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Publisher:Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
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Pages: 64 pp
Location: NAS
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Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    MN - Cenaiko Lake
    MN - Crooked Lake
    MN - Otter Lake
    MN - Springbrook Nature Center Lake
    MN - Lake Ann
    MN - Lake Auburn
    MN - Bavaria Lake
    MN - Lotus Lake
    MN - Lake Minnewashta
    MN - Pierson Lake
    MN - Lake Riley
    MN - Schutz Lake
    MN - Stone Lake
    MN - Lake Virginia
    MN - Lake Waconia
    MN - Lake Zumbra
    MN - Green Lake
    MN - Green Lake
    MN - Rush Lake
    MN - Bay Lake
    MN - Crystal Lake
    MN - Lac Lavon Lake
    MN - Twin Lakes
    MN - Lake Oscar
    MN - Arrowhead Lake
    MN - Brownie Lake
    MN - Bryant Lake
    MN - Bush Lake
    MN - Lake Calhoun, in Minneapolis
    MN - Cedar Lake, Minnesota
    MN - Christmas Lake [Minnesota]


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