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Nutria (Myocaster coypus)
Nutria (Myocaster coypus) are an introduced semi-aquatic rodent species originally brought to Maryland for fur in the 1940s, but are since considered to be nuisance species, destroying large areas of marshland, particularly around the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.

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Nutria (Myocaster coypus)
Nutria (Myocaster coypus) are an introduced semi-aquatic rodent species originally brought to Maryland for fur in the 1940s, but are since considered to be nuisance species, destroying large areas of marshland, particularly around the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
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Filename:iil_ian_bf_285.JPG
Album name:bfertig / Mammals
Rating (1 votes):
Keywords: nutria, introduced, species, nuisance, species, rodents, Myocaster, coypus, mammals, marsh, species, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Author Name:Ben Fertig
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):01/19/2011
Media Type:Photo
File Size:60 KB
Date added:Mar 31, 2008
Dimensions:267 x 200 pixels
Displayed:316 times
Downloaded:6 times (Details)
Image Description:Nutria (Myocaster coypus) are an introduced semi-aquatic rodent species originally brought to Maryland for fur in the 1940s, but are since considered to be nuisance species, destroying large areas of marshland, particularly around the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
Color Space:sRGB
Components Configuration:YCbCr
Compressed Bits Per Pixel:2
Date Time:2008:03:31 16:08:52
DateTime Original:2005:12:03 15:19:48
DateTime digitized:2005:12:03 15:19:48
Exif Image Height:200 pixels
Exif Image Width:267 pixels
Exif Interoperability Offset:1056
Exif Offset:696
Exif Version:version 2.1
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Exposure Program:Program
Exposure Time:1/30 sec
FNumber:f 5.3
File Source:Digital Still Camera
Flash:No Flash
Flash Pix Version:version 1
Focal length:24 mm
ISO:200
Light Source:Unknown or Auto
Make:SONY
Max Aperture:f 2.8
Metering Mode:Spot
Model:CYBERSHOT
Orientation:Normal (O deg)
Resolution Unit:Inch
Scene Type:Directly Photographed
Software:Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
X Resolution:72
Y Resolution:72
YCbCrPositioning:Datum Point
IPTC Title:Nutria (Myocaster coypus)
IPTC Copyright:This image is copyright to the author, however it is made available for free for any purpose so long as the appropriate image cr
IPTC Keywords:nutria,introduced species,nuisance species,rodents,Myocaster coypus,mammals,marsh species,Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
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