NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Hugghins, E.J. 1959. Parasites of fishes in South Dakota. South Dakota State College Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 484:1-73.
Reference Number: 382
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hugghins, E.J.
Date (year): 1959
Article Title:Parasites of fishes in South Dakota.
Journal Name: South Dakota State College Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin
Keywords: parasites, South Dakota
Cyprinus carpio SD - Waubay Lake SD - Lake Poinsett SD - Oakwood Lake NW of Brookings SD - Brant Lake SD - Chapelle Lake SD - Cottonwood Lake (also 2 smaller ones in Day County) SD - Mina Lake (Lake Parmley)
Lepomis macrochirus SD - Wilmarth Lake SD - Menno Lake near Menno SD - Fish Lake at state border SD - Lake Louise SD - Mina Lake (Lake Parmley) SD - Red Plum Lake (=Plum Lake? near Erwin) SD - Cheyenne River, at Angostura Reservoir SD - Black Hills (SW part of state)
Micropterus salmoides SD - Chapelle Lake SD - Mina Lake (Lake Parmley) SD - Red Plum Lake (=Plum Lake? near Erwin) SD - Fort Randall Reservoir
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/19/2021].
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