Najas minor
Najas minor
(brittle waternymph)

17 results for Najas minor (brittle waternymph)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
230496 GABartowAubrey Lake, 6 mi NE of Cartersville (Ridge and Valley Province).1951 03150104 Etowahestablished
230499 GABartowAubrey Lake, NE of Cartersville.1951 03150104 Etowahestablished
1655153 GACarrollWalker Lake off Tyus Road and Willie Walker Road1992 03150108 Upper Tallapoosaunknown
1256885 GADecaturLake Seminole, Wildlife Refuge Area1958 03130008 Lower Flintestablished
230494 GAFultonPiedmont Park Lake, Atlanta.1997 03130001 Upper Chattahoocheeestablished
230497 GAGordonReservoir 6 miles east of Calhoun.1960 03150102 Coosawatteeestablished
229452 GAHabershamLake Russell (reservoir)1968 03060104 Broadestablished
230501 GAHabershamLake Russell, west shore.1969 03060104 Broadestablished
230498 GAHarrisCallaway Gardens Lake, Pine Mountain.1972 03130002 Middle Chattahoochee-Lake Hardingestablished
230502 GALeeBlackshear Lake, N of Albany.1986 03130006 Middle Flintestablished
230493 GAMonroeHigh Falls State Park, 1 1/2 mi off I-75 at exit 65, on High Falls Road.1988 03070103 Upper Ocmulgeeestablished
230495 GAMonroeLake Juliette, a Georgia Power lake.1985 03070103 Upper Ocmulgeeestablished
230492 GAMorganLake Rutledge.1979 03070101 Upper Oconeeestablished
234456 GAMorganLake Rutledge; upper end1979 03070101 Upper Oconeeestablished
230500 GASeminoleLake Seminole, Spring Creek arm.1970 03130010 Springestablished
229530 GASumter/CrispLake Blackshear1979 03130006 Middle Flintestablished
230490 GAWaltonWalton Fish Hatchery, pond 12. Hwy 278, 4 mi W of Hard Labor.1976 03070101 Upper Oconeeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/22/2024].

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