NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Tira, P. 2018. Nutria Discovered in San Joaquin Valley; CDFW Seeks to Prevent Further Spread and Infestation. California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Fresno, CA. https://cdfgnews.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/nutria-discovered-in-san-joaquin-valley-cdfw-seeks-to-prevent-further-spread-and-infestation/. Created on 02/08/2018. Accessed on 02/09/2018.
Reference Number: 31072
Author: Tira, P.
Date (year): 2018
Title:Nutria Discovered in San Joaquin Valley; CDFW Seeks to Prevent Further Spread and Infestation
Publisher:California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Publisher Location:Fresno, CA
Accessed on: 02/09/2018
Created on: 02/08/2018
Keywords: Nutria, Myocastor coypus, CA
Myocastor coypus CA - Los Banos creek, near Gustine CA - Merced River, near Cressey CA - adjacent to the San Joaquin River, near Grayson CA - South of Dos Palos CA - Salt Slough on the San Joaquin River
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