Egeria densa
Egeria densa
(Brazilian waterweed)

8 results for Egeria densa (Brazilian waterweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1337799 ARCarrollLake Lucerne2015 11010001 Beaver Reservoirestablished
887727 ARClarkDeGray Lake [Caddo River]1994 08040102 Upper Ouachitaestablished
229392 ARConwayConway County1988 11110203 Lake Conway-Point Removeestablished
887728 ARGarlandLake Ouachita1996 08040101 Ouachita Headwatersestablished
229394 ARHot SpringHotspring County1988 08040102 Upper Ouachitaestablished
1337719 ARMillerMercer Bayou2015 11140302 Lower Sulpherestablished
1321948 ARPulaskipond in Alsopp Park on corner of Lookout Rd and Cantrell Rd1974 11110207 Lower Arkansas-Maumelleestablished
229393 ARSalineSaline County1988 08040203 Upper Salineestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/17/2019].

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