NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 1949
Date (year): 1998
Title:Georgia Atlas and Gazetteer.
Publisher:DeLorme, Yarmouth, ME.
Location: NAS bookshelf
Keywords: Georgia, fish stocking
Micropterus punctulatus GA - Bartletts Ferry Lake GA - Chattahoochee River, Oliver [Lake] Reservoir just NW of Columbus. GA - Lake Lanier (=Lake Sydney Lanier) GA - Richard B Russell Lake
Morone chrysops GA - Allatoona Lake [Allatoona Wildlife Management Area] GA - Bartletts Ferry Lake GA - Blue Ridge Lake GA - Carters Lake GA - Hartwell Lake GA - High Falls State Park, 1 1/2 mi off I-75 at exit 65, on High Falls Road. GA - Lake Oconee GA - Lake Lanier (=Lake Sydney Lanier) GA - Lake Sinclair GA - Weiss Lake GA - Tugalo Reservoir, Tallulah Falls, near Hwy 441 GA - West Point Lake, LaGrange, Hwy 29
Morone saxatilis GA - Allatoona Lake [Allatoona Wildlife Management Area] GA - Carters Lake GA - Hartwell Lake GA - Clark Hill Reservoir (=Strom Thurmond Reservoir) GA - Lake Blackshear GA - Lake Chehaw [=Lake Worth] GA - Lake Juliette, a Georgia Power lake. GA - Lake Lanier (=Lake Sydney Lanier) GA - Nottely Lake GA - Richard B Russell Lake GA - West Point Lake, LaGrange, Hwy 29
Sander vitreus GA - Lake Rabun GA - Seed Lake GA - Lake Lanier (=Lake Sydney Lanier)
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/30/2020].
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