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Pullman, G.D., and G. Crawford. 2010. A Decade of Starry Stonewort in Michigan. LakeLine Summer 2010:36-42.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19736
Type: Journal Article
Author: Pullman, G.D., and G. Crawford.
Date (year): 2010
Article Title:A Decade of Starry Stonewort in Michigan.
Journal Name: LakeLine
Volume: Summer 2010
Pages: 36-42
Keywords: Starry Stonewort Nitellopsis obtusa Michigan
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Nitellopsis obtusa

    MI - Whitmore Lake, ~7 mi N of Ann Arbor, on the Washtenaw \Livingston counties border
    MI - Cedar Lake, near Oscoda, Us 23
    MI - Kent Lake in Kensington Metropark SW of Pontiac
    MI - Sanford Lake
    MI - Big Lake (~2 mi. NW of Pontiac Lake State Rec. Area near Andersonville, MI)
    MI - Lobdell Lake
    MI - Indianwood Lake
    MI - Sears
    MI - Lower Straits Lake (SW corner of Pontiac, MI)
    MI - White Lake near the Point (just north of East Highland, MI)
    MI - Softwater Lake
    MI - Williams Lake
    MI - Wau-me-gah Lake
    MI - Tipsico Lake
    MI - Pleiness Lake
    MI - Bass Lake
    MI - Joslin Lake
    MI - Iron Creek
    MI - North Lake
    MI - Ogemaw Lake
    MI - Millecoquins Lake
    MI - Stony Creek Lake
    MI - Wampler's Lake about 12 miles southeast of Jackson, MI on the border of Jackson and Lenawee counties.
    MI - Tamarack Lake
    MI - Townline Lake


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