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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 2011. Department of Natural Resources Designation of Infested Waters. http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/eco/invasives/infested_waters.pdf Accessed 8-11-2011.
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Reference Number: 24065
Type: Web Page
Author: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Date (year): 2011
Title:Department of Natural Resources Designation of Infested Waters.
URL: http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/eco/invasives/infested_waters.pdf Accessed 8-11-2011.
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Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Bithynia tentaculata

    MN - Leech Lake River downstream of Mud Lake
    MN - First Crow Wing Lake
    MN - Second Crow Wing Lake
    MN - Upper Twin Lake
    MN - Cut Foot Sioux Lake
    MN - Egg Lake
    MN - First River Lake
    MN - Little Cut Foot Sioux Lake
    MN - Little Winnibigoshish Lake
    MN - Pigeon River, from the Pigeon Dam Lake's dam to Lake Winnibigoshish
    MN - Rabbits Lake
    MN - Raven Lake
    MN - Sugar Lake
    MN - Third River, downstream of Hwy 33
    MN - Third River Flowage
    MN - Lower Twin Lake
    MN - Crow Wing River, from Hwy 87 in Hubbard County to Mississippi River
    MN - Mississippi River, from Knutson Dam to Lake Winnibigoshish
    MN - Mississippi River, near White Oak Lake branch
    MN - Shell River


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