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Milfoil Task Force. 2005. 2005 END OF YEAR REPORT MILFOIL TASK FORCE. Idaho Invasive Species Council (ISC), Eurasian Watermilfoil Task Force.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27999
Type: Report
Author: Milfoil Task Force
Date (year): 2005
Publisher: Idaho Invasive Species Council (ISC), Eurasian Watermilfoil Task Force
Publisher Location:
Pages: 1-9
Keywords: Myriophyllum spicatum, Eurasian watermilfoil
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    ID - Chatcolet Lake
    ID - Round Lake
    ID - Boat launch at Lake Cocoalla
    ID - Shelly's, Lake Cocolalla
    ID - Sound end of Lake Cocolalla
    ID - Albeni, Pend Orielle River
    ID - Priest River, Pend Orielle River
    ID - Long Bridge, Pend Orielle River
    ID - Morton Slough, Pend Orielle River
    ID - Sand Creek, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - City Beach, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Kootenai Bay, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Oden Bay, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Sunnyside Rd., Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Bottle Bay, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Railroad Bridge E., Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Sagle Slough, Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Long Bridge S., Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Caldwell Rotary Pond
    ID - Caldwell RV pond
    ID - Montour ponds
    ID - Tesemini, Spirit Lake
    ID - Island, Spirit Lake
    ID - Spirit Lake (observed near log cabin)
    ID - Sportsman at Hayden Lake
    ID - East Sportsman at Hayden Lake
    ID - McCleans ato Hayden Lake
    ID - Hayden Haven N. at Lake Hayden
    ID - Chicken Point at Lake Hayden
    ID - Mokins Slough, Lake Hayden
    ID - O'Rourke Bay, Lake Hayden
    ID - Clarke Bay, Lake Hayden
    ID - Rockaway, Lake Hayden
    ID - Taylors Terrace, Lake Hayden
    ID - Bass Ponds
    ID - Greenbelt pond
    ID - South Shore, Lake Payette
    ID - Boat Launch, Lake Payette
    ID - Duck Bay, Lake Payette
    ID - Pilgrims Cove W., Lake Payette
    ID - North Shore, Lake Payette


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