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Reference Number: 31986
Type: Other
Author: Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Date (year): 2018
Book Title: Kwak Data Request
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Keywords: flathead catfish, Pylodictis olivaris, Ictaluridae
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pylodictis olivaris

    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [at Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [in Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [above Deep Creek confluence]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [just above Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [between Broad Creek and Michael Run]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [at Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [near Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [below Broad Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [near MD-PA state line]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [near Deep Creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [between Broad Creek and Paddler Run]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [across from Broad Creek confluence]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [just above Paddler's Run]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [above Paddler's Run creek]
    MD - Conowingo Reservoir [above Conowingo Creek]
    MD - Fishermans Park Conowingo Dam
    MD - L[ower] Susquehanna River
    MD - L[ower] Susquehanna River
    MD - L[ower] Susquehanna River
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Upper Chesapeake Bay--Tidal
    MD - Chesapeake Bay at Elk River
    MD - Elk River, Chesapeake Bay


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