Iris pseudacorus
Iris pseudacorus
(yellow iris)

11 results for Iris pseudacorus (yellow iris)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1522672 CAMarin[ditch E of Redwood Creek]2018 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1439235 CAMarin[No locality description provided]2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1464425 CAMarin[Rodeo Beach] both sides of the bridge2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1468701 CAMarin07-04 Fort Cronkhite - Both sides of walking bridge2018 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1438656 CAMarin10 m west of the sunset beach trail near water2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1401260 CAMarinBanducci floodplain2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1401259 CAMarinBanducci Meadow, near Redwood Creek2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1464424 CAMarinEnd of Bull Pt. trail in wet depression2018 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1401068 CAMarinLagunitas creek, upstream from green bridge over Hwy 1, on gravel bar2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1401852 CAMarinMatt Davis Trail creek, Stinson Beach2017 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1468324 CAMarinNear pond at old oyster farm [Drakes Estero]2018 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/19/2024].

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