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Geiger, A. 2014. Invasive fish spread across NW Montana. The Western News. Libby, MT. 8 (5). http://www.thewesternnews.com/business/invasive-fish-spread-across-nw-montana/article_443374aa-1d02-11e4-8b4b-0019bb2963f4.html. Created on 08/05/2014. Accessed on 06/11/2015.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27542
Type: News
Author: Geiger, A.
Date (year): 2014
Title:Invasive fish spread across NW Montana.
Publisher:The Western News
Publisher Location:Libby, MT
URL: http://www.thewesternnews.com/business/invasive-fish-spread-across-nw-montana/article_443374aa-1d02-11e4-8b4b-0019bb2963f4.html
Accessed on: 06/11/2015
Created on: 08/05/2014
Keywords: Montana, invasives, northern pike, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, largemouth bass, black bullhead, smallmouth bass, white sucker, walleye, fathead minnow, bluegill, Esox lucius, Perca flavescens, Lepomis gibbosus, Micropterus salmoides, Ameiurus melas, Micropterus dolomieu, Catostomus commersonii, Sander vitreus, Pimephales promelas, Lepomis macrochirus, Loon Lake, Bull Lake, Clark Fork, Island Lake, Kilbrennan Lake, Lake Mary Ronan, Troy Lake, Libby Lake, Kootenai Lake,
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus melas

    MT - Kilbrennan Lake

Coregonus clupeaformis

    MT - Loon Lake

Esox lucius

    MT - Loon Lake
    MT - Bull Lake
    MT - Clark Fork
    MT - Island Lake
    MT - Kilbrennan Lake
    MT - Lake Mary Ronan
    MT - Troy Reservoir
    MT - Libby Lakes

Micropterus dolomieu

    MT - Bull Lake

Micropterus salmoides

    MT - Island Lake

Perca flavescens

    MT - Loon Lake
    MT - Kilbrennan Lake
    MT - Lake Mary Ronan

Sander vitreus

    MT - Clark Fork


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