Najas minor
Najas minor
(brittle waternymph)
Plants
Exotic

6 results for Najas minor (brittle waternymph)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
270070 MILivingstonLivingston County2010 04090005 Huroncollected
1657072 MILivingstonWhitmore Lake at Public Access Site, sec. 32, Greenoak Tp.1972 04090005 Huronestablished
1657069 MIOaklandW end of Kent Lake near center W edge sec. 31, Milford Tp., ca. 6 mi. SW of Milford.1972 04090005 Huronestablished
1657070 MIWashtenawLittle Portage Lake, Bay on S. side1986 04090005 Huronestablished
1657071 MIWashtenawN side of Little Portage Lake.1978 04090005 Huronestablished
270068 MIWashtenawWashtenaw County2010 04090005 Huroncollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/30/2021].

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