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Wilde, S.B., R.S. Haynie, J.A. Herrin, M.W. Hook, J. Kupfer, and M.D. Netherland. 2013. Environmental factors influencing blooms of a neurotoxic Stigonematalan cyanobacterium responsible for avian vacuolar myelinopathy. Aquatic Nuisance Species Research Program, Vicksburg, MS.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28131
Type: Report
Author: Wilde, S.B., R.S. Haynie, J.A. Herrin, M.W. Hook, J. Kupfer, and M.D. Netherland.
Date (year): 2013
Report TitleEnvironmental factors influencing blooms of a neurotoxic Stigonematalan cyanobacterium responsible for avian vacuolar myelinopathy
Publisher:Aquatic Nuisance Species Research Program
Publisher Location:Vicksburg, MS
Pages: 21 pp.
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Keywords: Hydrilla verticillata, hydrilla, AVM
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    GA - Lake Juliette, a Georgia Power lake.
    AR - DeGray Lake [Caddo River]
    AR - Lake Ouachita

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    GA - Lake Varner [Lower Williams]
    SC - Davis Pond
    GA - J.W. Smith Reservoir
    GA - Lake Horton
    GA - Upper Towaliga [Cole] Reservoir
    GA - Lake Juliette, a Georgia Power lake.
    GA - Glen Emerald Lake
    SC - L Lake, Savannah River Site
    AR - DeGray Lake [Caddo River]
    AR - Lake Ouachita
    GA - Summer Grove Lake
    GA - Long Branch Reservoir
    GA - Lake Redwine
    GA - Tribble Mill County Park (Ozora and Chandler Lakes)
    GA - Heads Creek Reservoir
    GA - Lake Kedron
    GA - Lake Peachtree

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    NC - Coachman's Trail Lakes [Noname]
    NC - Woodlake, Little River Township.

Myriophyllum spicatum

    AR - Lake Hamilton
    GA - Lake Juliette, a Georgia Power lake.
    SC - Par Pond, Savannah River Site
    SC - L Lake, Savannah River Site
    AR - Lake Ouachita
    AR - Lake Ouachita
    AR - Lake Ouachita


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