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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 56 Issue 6, June 1992
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The zebra mussel from Europe is poised to threaten water supplies throughout the United States, including the waters of North Carolina.
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424
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Slime mold, formally known as Leo carpus fragilis, is a common species of mold found in damp, shady woodlands in North Carolina.
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426
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Some feel that various rivers in North Carolina should be designated natural and scenic rivers by the federal government.
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Arrington provides helpful hints on bass fishing.
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The crabbing industry in North Carolina is expanding annually. Blue crab stocks are abundant, and the industry has experienced virtually no obstacles to its growth.
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Nickens offers helpful hints on backpacking.
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