NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 21000
Date (year): 2001
Title:Iowa Atlas and Gazetteer.
Publisher:DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.
Pages: 64 pp
Location: NAS bookshelf
Keywords: fish stocking, Iowa
Cyprinus carpio IA - Browns Slough [=Rathbun Lake] IA - Coralville Reservoir IA - Indian Lake IA - Lake Darling IA - Missouri River IA - Ottumwa Reservoir
Esox lucius x E. masquinongy IA - Lake Darling IA - Lake Geode IA - Lake MacBride IA - Otter Creek Lake
Lepomis microlophus IA - Hawthorn Lake IA - Lake Geode IA - Lake Iowa IA - Lake Miami IA - Lake Sugema IA - Nine Eagles Lake IA - Otter Creek Lake IA - Red Haw Lake IA - Viking Lake
Oncorhynchus mykiss IA - Baileys Ford IA - Big Mill Creek IA - Bigalk Trout Stream IA - Bohemian Creek IA - Canoe Creek IA - Glovers Creek IA - Joy Springs near Strawberry Point IA - Little Paint Creek IA - Mink Creek IA - Patterson Creek IA - South Cedar Creek
Salmo trutta IA - Bear Creek IA - Swiss Valley Creek [Catfish Creek] IA - Coon Creek IA - Hickory Creek IA - Little Mill Creek IA - Little Turkey River [Creek] IA - North Cedar Creek IA - Pine Creek IA - South Bear Creek IA - Twin Bridges Stream
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