NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). 2016. Aquatic invasive species by waterbody. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. http://dnr.wi.gov/lakes/invasives/AISByWaterbody.aspx. Accessed on 10/17/2016.
Reference Number: 27923
Author: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR)
Date (year): 2016
Title:Aquatic invasive species by waterbody
Publisher:Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Publisher Location:Madison, WI
Accessed on: 10/17/2016
Cipangopaludina chinensis WI - Lake Wausau WI - Lake Dubay (T26N, R6E,S14)
Faxonius rusticus WI - Lake Wausau
Nitellopsis obtusa WI - Little Muskego Lake WI - Big Muskego Lake, near Boxhorn Dr. boat landing WI - Long Lake, boat landing WI - Silver Lake WI - Little Sturgeon Bay, Lake Michigan, near Henderson Point public boat ramp WI - Fish Creek, Green Bay, Lake Michigan, near public boat ramp WI - Channel around Hi-Cliff Park, W of Idlewild WI - Green Lake, south public boat launch WI - Rowley Bay, Lake Michigan, near public boat ramp WI - Potawtomi State Park, Sawyer Harbor, Sturgeon Bay, near public boat ramp WI - Sawyer Harbor, North shore, Sturgeon Bay WI - Ellison Bay, Green Bay, near public boat ramp WI - Sister Bay, Green Bay, near public boat ramp
Pistia stratiotes WI - Vietnam Veteran's [La Crosse] Pond in Chad Erickson Memorial Park WI - Lake Onalaska
Pontederia crassipes WI - Lake Onalaska
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/4/2021].
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