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Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee. 2012. 2011 Asian Carp Monitoring and Rapid Response Plan Interim Summary Reports: Asian Carp Control. http://www.asiancarp.us/documents/MRRPInterimSummaryReports.pdf. Accessed on 08/03/2017.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19782
Type: Web Page
Author: Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee.
Date (year): 2012
Title:2011 Asian Carp Monitoring and Rapid Response Plan Interim Summary Reports: Asian Carp Control
URL: http://www.asiancarp.us/documents/MRRPInterimSummaryReports.pdf
Accessed on: 08/03/2017
Created on:
Keywords: Asian carp, common carp, flathead catfish, channel catfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Carassius auratus × Cyprinus carpio

    IL - Little Calumet River
    IL - North Shore Channel (Chicago, IL)

Cyprinus carpio

    IL - Lake Calumet
    IL - Little Calumet River
    IL - Chicago River, South Fork, South Branch
    IL - North Branch Chicago River
    IL - North Shore Channel (Chicago, IL)

Pylodictis olivaris

    IL - Lake Calumet
    IL - Chicago Area Waterway, above the electric barrier [Lockport Pool]
    IL - Chicago Area Waterway, above the electric barrier [Lockport Pool]
    IL - Brandon Pool, below the electric barrier
    IL - Dresden Pool, Des Plaines River, below the electric barrier
    IL - Brandon Pool, below the electric barrier
    IL - Dresden Pool, Des Plaines River, below the electric barrier
    IL - Dresden Pool, Des Plaines River, below the electric barrier
    IL - Lake Calumet
    IN - Little Calumet River (connected to Lake Michigan by Burns ditch)
    IN - Little Calumet River (connected to Lake Michigan by Burns ditch)


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