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Larson, E. 2019. Regional: Hydrilla eradicated from Shasta County. Lake County News. Clear Lake, CA. http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php/news/community/60164-regional-hydrilla-eradicated-from-shasta-county. Created on 02/26/2019. Accessed on 02/27/2019.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 32502
Type: News
Author: Larson, E.
Date (year): 2019
Title:Regional: Hydrilla eradicated from Shasta County
Publisher:Lake County News
Publisher Location:Clear Lake, CA
URL: http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php/news/community/60164-regional-hydrilla-eradicated-from-shasta-county
Accessed on: 02/27/2019
Created on: 02/26/2019
Keywords: Hydrilla verticillata, status update
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata

    CA - Shea Sand & Gravel, triangular pond.
    CA - Smith Rd, Shea Sand & Gravel, dog training pond.
    CA - pond along Sacramento River.
    CA - Tenny Sand and Gravel, City of Redding pond.
    CA - Tenny Sand & Gravel,
    CA - Anderson River Park, DFG pond.
    CA - E/ Market Street bridge, N/s Sacramento River.
    CA - Anderson River Park, Anderson.
    CA - Anderson River Park, Big Pond. Rupert Rd in Anderson.
    CA - Rother's pond, Henderson Rd.
    CA - Anderson River Park, 2 ponds.
    CA - Shea Sand & Gravel,
    CA - Tenny Sand & Gravel, City of Redding pond.
    CA - Shea Sand & Gravel, DFG pond.
    CA - Smith Rd, Shea Sand & Gravel, dog training pond.
    CA - Anderson River Park.
    CA - lumber mill pond behind Raley's on Hartnell Ave.


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