Landoltia punctata
Landoltia punctata
(dotted duckweed)

10 results for Landoltia punctata (dotted duckweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
233497 ARAshleySwamp west of U.S. 165, 1.5 miles north of LA state line, nw corner of section 27, T19N, R5W1974 08040205 Bayou Bartholomewestablished
232432 FLLibertyswamp forest, west side of the Ochlockonee River1974 03120003 Lower Ochlockoneeestablished
233502 LACaldwellBeside small creek east of LA 559, 0.5 miles north of the Catahoula Parish line; section 14, T11N, R5E1974 08040207 Lower Ouachitaestablished
233505 LACatahoulaAt irrigation pump and rice fields beside Honey Brake Bayou, NE corner of section 18, T16N, R6E1974 08040301 Lower Redestablished
233515 LALa SalleAlong boundary between Saline management area and Catahoula refuge, 1.5 miles W of LA 28; section 9, T6N, R4E.1974 08040304 Littleestablished
233513 LALa SalleLA 8 ca. 9 miles wast of Jena at White Sulphur Springs; section 5 , T7N, R1E.1974 08040304 Littleestablished
233514 LALa SalleOld mill pond in Urania on LA 125; section 8, T10N, R1E.1974 08040302 Castorestablished
229031 MSCopiahCopiah County1974 08060203 Bayou Pierreestablished
229033 MSRankinRankin County1974 03180002 Middle Pearl-Strongestablished
228881 MSSharkeySharkey County1974 08030207 Big Sunflowerestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/7/2022].

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