NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Western Regional Panel Members. 2018. Member Update Reports for the Western Regional Panel Meeting. Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force Western Regional Panel.
Reference Number: 32223
Author: Western Regional Panel Members
Date (year): 2018
Report TitleMember Update Reports for the Western Regional Panel Meeting
Publisher:Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force Western Regional Panel
Keywords: Western Regional Panel, Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force
Dreissena bugensis UT - Deer Creek Reservoir CO - Green Mountain Reservoir on the Blue River
Dreissena polymorpha TX - Dean Gilbert Lake [Post Oak Creek], in Sherman, Pecan Grove Park-West TX - Guadalupe River at Canyon Lake (marina) TX - Colorado River at Lady Bird Lake, Austin TX - Leon River, in Belton Lake TX - Leon River, in Belton Lake TX - Leon River, in Belton Lake NE - Glenn Cunningham Lake, in Omaha [Little Papillion Creek]
Esox lucius AK - Kenai Peninsula lakes AK - Mackeys Lake, near Soldotna Creek, a Kenai River trib AK - Soldotna Creek, a Kenai River trib AK - Kenai River AK - Moose River AK - Soldotna Creek drainage, a chain of 8 lakes AK - Moose River AK - Watson Lake AK - Stormy Lake near Nikiski AK - East Mackey Lake AK - Derks Lake (next to East Mackeys Lake) AK - East Mackey Lake AK - West Mackey Lake AK - Scout Lake (along Sterling Hwy) AK - Arc Lake in Soldotna AK - Loon Lake, Kenai Peninsula, AK AK - Chelatna Lake AK - Threemile Lake
Esox masquinongy AK - Unnamed lake south of Soldotna, sometimes referred to as G Lake [on the Kenai Peninsula, AK]
Faxonius rusticus OR - Summit Prairie Pond, Malheur Basin, Grant County,OR; near Summit Prairie and Summit Prairie Creek
Micropterus dolomieu OR - Summit Prairie Pond, Malheur Basin, Grant County,OR; near Summit Prairie and Summit Prairie Creek OR - John Day River
Salvelinus fontinalis WA - Tyee Springs, Washington
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/26/2022].
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