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Crosson, H. 1990. Vermont Eurasian watermilfoil control program 1990. Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, Waterbury, VT.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 5165
Type: Report
Author: Crosson, H.
Date (year): 1990
Report TitleVermont Eurasian watermilfoil control program 1990.
Publisher:Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, Waterbury, VT.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 50 pp
Keywords: Myriophyllum spicatum, eurasian watermilfoil, Vermont
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    VT - Mill Pond [=Ascutney Pond], Windsor
    VT - Lake Bomoseen, Castleton/Hubbardton
    VT - Metcalf Pond, Fletcher
    VT - Lake Memphremagog(Newport, Derby,Coventry)
    VT - Lake Champlain
    VT - Brownington Pond
    VT - Lake Hortonia (Hubbardton, Sudbury)
    VT - Norton Brook Dam (Vergennes Waterworks) Dam, at Bristol
    VT - Lily Pond, Poultney
    VT - Little Lake, Wells.
    VT - Lake Paran (Bennington , Shaftsbury)
    VT - Lake St. Catherine (Wells, Poultney)
    VT - Arrowhead Mountain Lake
    VT - Berlin Pond Reservoir, Berlin
    VT - Loves Marsh, Castleton (waterfowl refuge area)
    VT - Lower Pond, Hinesburg
    VT - Richville Pond, Shoreham
    VT - Sunrise Lake (Benson, Orwell)
    VT - Winona Lake, Bristol
    VT - Black Pond, Hubbardton
    VT - Lake Carmi, Franklin
    VT - Cedar Lake, Monkton
    VT - Lake Dunmore
    VT - Echo Lake (Hubbardton, Sudbury)
    VT - Lake Iroquois (Hinsburg, Williston)
    VT - North Montpelier Pond
    VT - Round Pond (Newbury)
    VT - Sunset Lake (Benson, Orwell)
    VT - Mill Pond [=Parsons Pond]
    VT - Glen Lake(Castleton, Fair Haven,Benson)


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