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Reference Details:
Reference Number: 887
Type: Other
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 1994
Book Title:
Title:Wildlife integrity white paper.
Thesis/Dissertation Type:
Journal Name:
Publisher:Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 23 pp
Location: NAS
Accessed on:
Created on:
Keywords: ecology, Oregon
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Apalone spinifera

    OR - state non-specific

Carassius auratus

    OR - state non-specific

Chrysemys picta marginata

    OR - state non-specific

Chrysemys picta dorsalis

    OR - state non-specific

Kinosternon subrubrum

    OR - state non-specific

Lepomis cyanellus

    OR - Benton County

Lucania parva

    OR - state non-specific

Myocastor coypus

    OR - Portland area
    OR - state non-specific

Noturus gyrinus

    OR - state non-specific

Oncorhynchus aguabonita

    OR - high mountain lakes and streams in Wallowa County

Petromyzon marinus

     - Lake Erie
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    MI - Lake Huron

Sternotherus odoratus

    OR - state non-specific

Tinca tinca

    OR - state non-specific

Trachemys scripta elegans

    OR - state non-specific


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