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( �� BARTLETT POND TIO R9, Piscataquis County U.S.G.S. ( �� This introduction was authorized by the MDIFW and successfully created a self-sustaining population. ( �� The pond is the remnant of a much larger body of water which has been slowly filling in over the ages by a quaking bog.