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Collecting invertebrates on the Hulahula River 110613 1646
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

We conducted a survey of aquatic invertebrates in the Hulahula River in summer 2011.  Here Greta Burkart filters out the invertebrates collected in her kick-net.

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