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Colorado Parks and Wildlife. 2014. Known Positive Waters for ANS in Colorado – January 2014. http://CPW.state.co.us/Documents/WildlifeSpecies/AquaticNuisance/PositiveANSWaters.pdf. Created on 01/01/2014. Accessed on 09/11/2015.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27974
Type: Web Page
Author: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Date (year): 2014
Title:Known Positive Waters for ANS in Colorado – January 2014
URL: http://CPW.state.co.us/Documents/WildlifeSpecies/AquaticNuisance/PositiveANSWaters.pdf
Accessed on: 09/11/2015
Created on: 01/01/2014
Keywords: Myriophyllum spicatum, Eurasian watermilfoil, ANS, Colorado
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    CO - Boulder, Colorado University research ponds off Foothills Pkwy and Arapaho
    CO - Brush Hollow Reservoir
    CO - Standley Lake (Westminster)
    CO - St. Vrain Creek (River)
    CO - St. Vrain State Park Ponds (Barbour Ponds State Park)
    CO - South Platte River
    CO - Douglas Reservoir
    CO - Arvada/Blunn Reservoir
    CO - Big Dry Creek
    CO - Horseshoe Lake/Reservoir (Meriam?) located in Lathrop State Park
    CO - Martin Reservoir aka as Martin (Oehm?) Lake is located within Lathrop State Park
    CO - Bow Mar Lake
    CO - Prospect Lake
    CO - Tucker Lake
    CO - Ward Rd Ponds
    CO - Ponds NW of Lowell St Park
    CO - South Platte River, at Elevenmile [Canyon] Reservoir
    CO - Charlie Meyers State Wildlife Area (SWA)
    CO - Minnequa Canal (Fremont County)
    CO - Arkansas River, at Pueblo Reservoir, Lake Pueblo State Park
    CO - Bessemer Ditch
    CO - Adobe Creek Reservoir (Blue Lake)
    NM - Navajo Reservoir
    CO - Alamosa River near town of Alamosa


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