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Mercer, Bob. 2014. Invasive mussel found in Angostura is first South Dakota discovery. Rapid City Journal. Rapid City, SD. http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/local/invasive-mussel-found-in-angostura-is-first-sd-discovery/article_3a673270-416d-5313-9281-987f58c86b93.html. Accessed on 10/03/2014.
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Reference Number: 27055
Type: News
Author: Mercer, Bob.
Date (year): 2014
Title:Invasive mussel found in Angostura is first South Dakota discovery.
Publisher:Rapid City Journal
Publisher Location:Rapid City, SD
URL: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/local/invasive-mussel-found-in-angostura-is-first-sd-discovery/article_3a673270-416d-5313-9281-987f58c86b93.html
Accessed on: 10/03/2014
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Keywords: Quagga mussel, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis, South Dakota
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