Butomus umbellatus
Butomus umbellatus
(flowering rush)

9 results for Butomus umbellatus (flowering rush)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1525147 WAPierceChambers Lake2014 17110015 Nisquallyestablished
1257153 WAPierceChambers Lake2014 17110015 Nisquallyunknown
1257166 WAPierceChambers Lake2015 17110015 Nisquallyunknown
1528762 WAPierceChambers Lake2015 17110015 Nisquallyestablished
1527557 WAPierceMuck Lake2015 17110015 Nisquallyestablished
1257155 WAPierceMuck Lake2015 17110015 Nisquallyunknown
1526353 WAPierceMuck Lake2018 17110015 Nisquallyestablished
1525148 WAPierceShaver Marsh2011 17110015 Nisquallyestablished
1257154 WAPierceShaver Marsh2011 17110015 Nisquallyunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/26/2022].

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