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Thum, R., R. Newman, and E. Fieldseth. 2017. Occurrence and Distribution of Eurasian, Northern and Hybrid Watermilfoil in Lake Minnetonka and Christmas Lake: Genetic Analysis Phase II. Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, Minnetonka, MN. http://www.minnehahacreek.org/.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29411
Type: Report
Author: Thum, R., R. Newman, and E. Fieldseth.
Date (year): 2017
Report TitleOccurrence and Distribution of Eurasian, Northern and Hybrid Watermilfoil in Lake Minnetonka and Christmas Lake: Genetic Analysis Phase II
Publisher:Minnehaha Creek Watershed District
Publisher Location:Minnetonka, MN
Pages: 15 pp
URL: http://www.minnehahacreek.org/
Keywords: Myriophyllum spicatum, M. sibiricum, hybrid milfoil, Eurasian, Northern
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum × spicatum

    MN - Gray's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Saint Alban's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - North Arm, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Christmas Lake
    MN - Smith's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Veteran's Bay, Lake Minnetonka

Myriophyllum spicatum

    MN - Gray's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Saint Alban's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - North Arm, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Christmas Lake
    MN - Smith's Bay, Lake Minnetonka
    MN - Veteran's Bay, Lake Minnetonka


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