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Reference Number: 842
Type: Other
Author: Blodgett, D.
Date (year): 1993
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Title:Exotic species collected from Illinois River.
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Journal Name: River Almanac (An Information Sharing Bulletin of the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program)
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Volume: 1993
Issue: May
Pages: 2 pp
Location: NAS
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Keywords: exotics, Illinois River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    IL - Mississippi River at Reach 26, near Alton
    IL - Chain Lake near river mile 99.4 approximately 20 miles downstream of Havana

Morone americana

    IL - Illinois River at Chillicothe East Channel
    IL - Illinois River mile 170.7, Lambie's Boat harbor above Peoria
    IL - Illinois River miles 180.3-180.8 near Chillicothe
    IL - Illinois River (R.M. 157.6) tailwaters of Peoria Dam in Peoria
    IL - Swan Lake on the lower Illinois River
    IL - Wolf Lake, Chicago [just N of Calumet City]
    IL - Lake Calumet system


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