Najas minor
Najas minor
(brittle waternymph)

12 results for Najas minor (brittle waternymph)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1501333 FLJacksonLake Seminole1984 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
1501254 FLJacksonLake Seminole1990 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
1501232 FLJacksonLake Seminole1992 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
1501258 FLJacksonLake Seminole1994 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
1501270 FLJacksonLake Seminole1998 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
1501242 FLJacksonLake Seminole1999 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeunknown
218454 FLJacksonLake Seminole (Florida Section)1984 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished
224901 FLJacksonLake Seminole (Florida Section)1990 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished
227676 FLJacksonLake Seminole (Florida Section)1992 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished
234462 FLJacksonLake Seminole, N of Sneads1961 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished
234461 FLJacksonLake Seminole, public boat ramp off SR 271 about six miles from Sneads1984 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished
234463 FLJacksonNear shores of Lake Seminole, N of Sneads1958 03130004 Lower Chattahoocheeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/10/2023].

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