Egeria densa
Egeria densa
(Brazilian waterweed)

19 results for Egeria densa (Brazilian waterweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1257358 WALewisChehalis River1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
1525207 WALewisChehalis River1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1528840 WALewisChehalis River2009 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1257337 WALewisChehalis River2009 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
236351 WALewisChehalis River, upstream of Borst Park near Chelalis, WA1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1527617 WALewisPlummer Lake1996 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1526413 WALewisPlummer Lake1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1257357 WALewisPlummer Lake1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
233540 WALewisPlummer Lake1997 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1257335 WALewisPlummer Lake2001 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
236370 WALewisPlummer Lake2001 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1525208 WALewisPlummer Lake2001 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1528841 WALewisPlummer Lake2009 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1257377 WALewisPlummer Lake2009 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
1527618 WALewisPlummer Lake2014 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1257313 WALewisPlummer Lake2014 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
1257375 WALewisPlummer Lake2015 17100103 Upper Chehalisunknown
1526414 WALewisPlummer Lake2015 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished
1525227 WALewisPlummer Lake2016 17100103 Upper Chehalisestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/20/2024].

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