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Bradbury, Alex. 2010. 2010 Puget Sound Bivalve Harvest Report. Wash Dept of Fish and Wildlife.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19512
Type: Report
Author: Bradbury, Alex.
Date (year): 2010
Report Title2010 Puget Sound Bivalve Harvest Report.
Publisher:Wash Dept of Fish and Wildlife.
Publisher Location:
Keywords: Washington State, clams, bivalves, varnish clams, manilla clams
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Crassostrea gigas

    WA - Point Whitney Tidelands, Dabob Bay, Hood Canal.
    WA - Point Whitney tidelands southeast, Dabob Bay, Hood Canal.
    WA - Dosewallips State Park tidelands.
    WA - Triton Cove public tidelands.
    WA - West Dewatto (DNR-44A), Dewatto Bay, Hood Canal.
    WA - Scenic Beach State Park tidelands, Hood Canal.
    WA - Potlatch State Park tidelands.
    WA - Potlatch DNR beach tidelands, Hood Canal.
    WA - Quilcene WDFW tidelands west, Quilcene Bay, Hood Canal.
    WA - Birch Bay, Birch Bay State Park, south side of bay.
    WA - West Penn Cove public tidelands.
    WA - Sequim Bay State Park, Sequim Bay
    WA - Fort Flagler State Park, west side beaches.
    WA - Oak Bay County Park
    WA - South Indian Island County Park, Oak Bay..
    WA - Port Townsend Ship Canal, South Indian Island County Park.
    WA - Wolfe Property State Park
    WA - Shine Tidelands State Park, Hood Canal.
    WA - South Zelatched Point, Hood Canal.
    WA - Toandos Peninsula State Park, tidelands.
    WA - Kitsap Memorial State Park, tidelands, Hood Canal.
    WA - Duckabush public tidelands.
    WA - Eagle Creek, tidelands.
    WA - Lilliwaup State Park, tidelands.
    WA - Twanoh State Park tidelands.
    WA - Belfair State Park tidelands.
    WA - Dabob Bay, broad spit tidelands, Hood Canal.
    WA - East Dabob tidelands, Dabob Bay, Hood Canal.
    WA - North Bay southeast, Case Inlet.
    WA - Hope Island State Park, tidelands, south Puget Sound.
    WA - Oakland Bay, tidelands.
    WA - Frye Cove County Park tidelands.


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