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Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. 2010. Invading species awareness program for Ontario, annual report for 2009/10. Ontario Federation of Angllers and Hunters.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19515
Type: Report
Author: Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
Date (year): 2010
Report TitleInvading species awareness program for Ontario, annual report for 2009/10.
Publisher:Ontario Federation of Angllers and Hunters.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 40 pp
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Keywords: Neogobius melanostomus, round goby, Dreissena polymorpha, zebra mussel, Ontario, Canada
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    ONT - Ardoch Lake, Frontenac Co., Clarendon Township
    ONT - Bass Lake, Manitoulin District, Sheguiandah Township
    ONT - Blue Lake, Frontenac Co., Barrie Township
    ONT - Buckshot Lake, Frontenac Co., Miller Township
    ONT - Elbow Lake, Frontenac Co., Hinchinbrooke Township
    ONT - Gold Lake, Peterborough Co., Cavendish Twp.
    ONT - Green Lake, Leeds and Grenville United Cos., Landsdowne Twp.
    ONT - Hay Lake, Nippising District, Sabine Township
    ONT - Howes Lake, Frontenac Co., Portland Twp.
    ONT - Joes Lake, Lanark Co., Lavant Twp.
    ONT - Lauzon Lake, Algoma District, Striker Twp.
    ONT - Loon Lake, Manitoulin District, Dawson Twp.
    ONT - Malcolm Lake, Frontenac Co., Clarendon Twp.
    ONT - Mindemoya Lake, Manitoulin District, Carnarvon Twp.
    ONT - Mink Lake, Renfrew Co., Wilberforce Twp.
    ONT - Patterson Lake, Lanark Co., Dalhousie Twp.
    ONT - Muskrat Lake, Renfrew Co., Westmeath Twp.
    ONT - Perch Lake, Manitoulin District, Howland Twp.
    ONT - Lake Madawaska, Renfrew Co., Mcnab Twp.
    ONT - Loom Lake, Peterborough County, Galway Twp.
    ONT - Sand Lake, Leeds and Grenville United Counties, South Crosby Twp.


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