Iris pseudacorus
Iris pseudacorus
(yellow iris)

12 results for Iris pseudacorus (yellow iris)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
232597 CAContra CostaRock Slough, about 1.2 miles east of junction with Sand Mound Slough1969 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
232596 CAContra CostaSand Mound Slough, about 1.3 miles southwest of Franks Tract1969 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
232598 CAContra Costasouthwest corner of Quimby Island1969 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
232418 CAMercedHopeton1969 18040008 Upper Mercedestablished
247637 CAMercedMerced River, between Hopeton and Snelling1969 18040008 Upper Mercedestablished
1438729 CAMercedsloughs in Merced River bottom Hopeton (extending up almost to Snelling); , Merced River1969 18040008 Upper Mercedestablished
232599 CASan Joaquinsoutheast end of Mandeville Island1969 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1438679 CAVenturaoffshore side of Tracking Stn, between runway and Dutch Harbor1969 18070107 San Pedro Channel Islandsestablished
234364 MDFrederickBraddock Mtn, pond edge, Rte 5 and US 40A W of Frederick1969 02070009 Monocacyestablished
234450 NCAverybog at junction of US 19E and NC 194, between Elk Park and Heaton1969 06010103 Watauga, North Carolina, Tennesseeestablished
230044 NCAveryJunction of US 19E and NC 194, between Elk Park and Heaton.1969 06010103 Watauga, North Carolina, Tennesseeestablished
1462881 NCAveryThreemile Creek at North Toe River confluence. Junction of US 19E and NC 194, between Elk Park and Heaton1969 06010108 Nolichuckyunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/26/2022].

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