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Kendrot, S. 2008. Nutria Project. Map of Key locations for Maryland Nutria Project.,-76.598396&spn=0.129297,0.32135&t=h&z=12&iwloc=00044a847f09f4bff6a1b accessed sept 2, 2008.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18110
Type: Web Page
Author: Kendrot, S.
Date (year): 2008
Title:Nutria Project. Map of Key locations for Maryland Nutria Project.
URL:,-76.598396&spn=0.129297,0.32135&t=h&z=12&iwloc=00044a847f09f4bff6a1b accessed sept 2, 2008
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Keywords: Myocastor coypus, nutria, Virginia, Maryland, sighting reports
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myocastor coypus

    DE - Thousand Acre Marsh, Delaware City
    DE - Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge
    MD - Simms Wharf
    MD - Galestown
    MD - Tanyard
    MD - Choptank River, Kingston Marsh
    MD - Choptank River, Benson Marsh
    MD - Choptank River, Hog Island
    MD - Choptank River, Goose Point
    VA - Back Bay/Curituck Sound
    VA - Virginia Beach
    VA - Saxis Wildlife Management Area
    MD - Colbourne Creek
    MD - Fairmount Wildlife Management Area
    MD - Deal Island
    MD - Ellis Bay Wildlife Management Area
    MD - Oak Creek
    MD - Easton
    MD - Scaffold Creek
    MD - Thorofare [Channel] marsh, [near Hooopersville]
    MD - Parkers Creek Wildlife Management Area
    MD - Flag Ponds Park
    MD - Cove Point
    MD - Cove Point


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