Eichhornia crassipes
Eichhornia crassipes
(common water-hyacinth)

9 results for Eichhornia crassipes (common water-hyacinth)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1674937 CASan Diego[No locality description provided]2020 18070304 San Diego 
1705837 CASan Diego[No locality description provided]2022 18070304 San Diego 
231736 CASan DiegoClevenger Canyon Creek, pond on N side of Hwy 78, ca. 5 mi. NW of Ramona1968 18070304 San Diegoestablished
1439035 CASan DiegoClevenger Canyon, N side of Hwy 78 to Sa Pasqual, 4 miles NW of Ramona, San Diego County1968 18070304 San Diegoestablished
231735 CASan DiegoClevenger Canyon, pond on north side of Hwy 78 to San Pasqual, ca. 4 mi NW of Ramona1968 18070304 San Diegoestablished
1438034 CASan DiegoEast side of Kumeyaay Lake, Mission Trails Regional Park. '1996 18070304 San Diegoestablished
1436655 CASan DiegoLa Jolla.1934 18070304 San Diegoestablished
1439478 CASan DiegoLake Hodges, Clevenger Canyon, Hwy 78, Ramona.1967 18070304 San Diegoestablished
1440904 CASan DiegoNorth side of Hwy 78 at head of Clevenger Canyon creek, ca. 5 miles northwest of Ramona.1968 18070304 San Diegoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/17/2024].

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