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2021. Gulf & south Atlantic regional panel on aquatic invasive species minutes.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 42993
Type: Report
Author:
Date (year): 2021
Report TitleGulf & south Atlantic regional panel on aquatic invasive species minutes
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Pages: 34 pp.
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Keywords: regional, panel
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Arapaima sp.

    FL - Caloosahatchee River, Jaycee Park, Cape Coral

Azolla pinnata

    FL - Pine Log Creek at Crooked River and Hwy 67

Channa argus

    MS - Lake Whittington [an oxbow lake of the Mississippi River]
    MS - Lane Bayou, Charlie Capps Water Management Area

Chitala ornata

    FL - Lake Okeechobee, South Bay, 2nd dynamite hole
    FL - Lake Okeechobee, South Bay, 2nd dynamite hole

Dreissena polymorpha

    TX - San Saba River

Eichhornia crassipes

    GA - Catfish Creek
    GA - Lake Oconee

Hydrocleys nymphoides

    TX - Blunn Creek at Stacy Park

Misgurnus anguillicaudatus

    GA - Indian Creek, just downstream of Sells Mill Park
    NC - South Buffalo Creek at Thurston Road

Monopterus albus

    LA -

Odonus niger

    FL - Atlantic Ocean, Florida, Riviera Beach, Blue Heron Bridge

Oreochromis aureus

    LA -

Penaeus monodon

    GA - Maiden Creek

Pistia stratiotes

    NC - Little River, near the northern end of Dance's Bay

Pomacea maculata

    GA - Satilla Creek, at Dorminy Lake
    GA - Private pond near Simmons Mill Pond
    GA - Lake Worth, near Cleve Cox boat Landing

Pterois volitans/miles

    AL - Gulf of Mexico, Alabama, Dauphin Island, about 43 miles south

Pygocentrus nattereri

    LA - University Lake

Salvinia molesta

    MS - Lake Mike Conner, Collins, MS

Terapon jarbua

    AL - Dauphin Island, Airport Marsh at the tidal pond outflow creek

Typhlonectes natans

    FL - Coral Park Canal
    FL - Secondary Canal of the Westbrook Canal


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