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Invasive Species Resources

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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Saltwater Recreational Fishing License Program.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Northern snakeheads (Channa argus), an invasive fish, have recently been confirmed in Delaware waters. Three adult snakeheads were collected from the Delaware portion of the Nanticoke watershed: Broad Creek in Laurel, Nanticoke Branch upstream of Seaford, and the Marshyhope at Woodenhawk. The Fisheries Section asks that any possible snakehead catches in any Delaware waters be reported by emailing a photograph and details to edna.stetzar@state.de.us

Lake Champlain Basin Program.

New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
South Dakota Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Services Programs.
University of Delaware. Cooperative Extension.
South Dakota Department of Health.
Ohio State University. Extension.
Google. YouTube; Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
Google. YouTube; New York Sea Grant.
Google. YouTube; New York Department of Environmental Conservation.
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Aquatic Nuisance Species Program.
Ohio Sea Grant College Program.
Provides information also for Quagga mussel