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Lees, J. 2018. There Are Jellyfish — Yes, Jellyfish — in Missouri's Lakes. Riverfront Times (RFT). St. Louis, MO. https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2018/09/19/there-are-jellyfish-yes-jellyfish-in-missouris-lakes?utm_source=2018-10-01+Hiking+the+Ozarks+in+Northeastern+Oklahoma&utm_campaign=Hiking+the+Ozarks+in+Northeastern+Oklahoma&utm_medium=email. Created on 09/18/2018. Accessed on 10/01/2018.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 32104
Type: News
Author: Lees, J.
Date (year): 2018
Title:There Are Jellyfish — Yes, Jellyfish — in Missouri's Lakes
Publisher:Riverfront Times (RFT)
Publisher Location:St. Louis, MO
URL: https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2018/09/19/there-are-jellyfish-yes-jellyfish-in-missouris-lakes?utm_source=2018-10-01+Hiking+the+Ozarks+in+Northeastern+Oklahoma&utm_campaign=Hiking+the+Ozarks+in+Northeastern+Oklahoma&utm_medium=email
Accessed on: 10/01/2018
Created on: 09/18/2018
Keywords: Craspedacusta sowerbyi, freshwater jellyfish, Missouri, Lake Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain State Park
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Craspedacusta sowerbyi

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