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Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. 2017. Northern snakehead (Channa argus) collections in Arkansas in 2016. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Created on 03/17/2017.
Reference Number: 29620
Author: Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Date (year): 2017
Title:Northern snakehead (Channa argus) collections in Arkansas in 2016 .
Publisher:Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
Created on: 03/17/2017
Keywords: Channa argus, northern snakehead
Channa argus AR - pond, unnamed [just W of Fargo] AR - ditch [NW of Clarendon] AR - field, flooded [midway between Wheatley and Palestine] AR - Old Town Lake culvert [near Wabash] AR - ditch [in Brinkley along N Grand Ave.] AR - pond along Hwy 366 AR - ditch [in Garner] AR - pond [N of Des Arc] AR - ditch [along Hwy 70 between Wheatley and Brinkley] AR - ditch [along Hwy 259 midway between Searcy and Memphis] AR - ditch [SW corner of county, E of Second Creek] AR - field, flooded [near Hwy 284] AR - ditch [along Hwy 306 E of Hunter] AR - Big Creek AR - Lick Creek AR - wetland [along SFC 255] AR - ditch [along Penrose Road (CR 40)] AR - Essex Bayou AR - ditch [along SFC 155] AR - Caney Creek [N of Hunter] AR - ditch [along Hwy 70 in Brinkley]
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