Hydrocharis morsus-ranae
Hydrocharis morsus-ranae
(European frogbit)

10 results for Hydrocharis morsus-ranae (European frogbit)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
234099 MIMacombMetro beach Park, slough 1 mi S of Metro Parkway and 1000 yards inland from Lake St. Clair1996 04090002 Lake St. Clairestablished
1656978 MIWayneFrenchman's Creek, Ford Yacht Club, south end of Groose Ile.1996 04090004 Detroitestablished
1456553 MIWayneFrenchman's Creek, Ford Yacht Club, south end of Grosse Isle.1996 04090004 Detroitestablished
1656994 NYCayugaFair Haven; Fair Haven Beach State Park, East Bay, behind sand bar to Lake Ontario.1996 04140101 Irondequoit-Ninemileestablished
1687342 NYSt. LawrenceE side of Beaver Ck. within 0.1 mi. upstream from DeKalb-Depeyster hwy crossing (bridge)1996 04290003 Oswegatchieunknown
265884 ONT Balsam Lake, Hannivan's Creek (local name) at south side of Hwy 48, North Bay,1996  collected
265883 ONT Balsam Lake, Victoria Road, 4 KM NW from sighting and Nearest Landmark: Laidlaw Pt. and Mackenzie Pt. West Bay1996  collected
265882 ONT Balsam Lake, Victoria Road, 4 km NW. Nearest Intersection: Laidlaw Point.1996  collected
1656981 ONT Charleston Provincial Park. Boathouse Cove.1996 04290001 Headwaters St. Lawrence Riverestablished
1656990 ONT City of Belleville. Moira River, E side, between Hwy. 401 & downtown Belleville. Hastings Co.1996  established

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/28/2022].

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