Pontederia crassipes
Pontederia crassipes
(floating waterhyacinth)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Pontederia crassipes (floating waterhyacinth)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
220680 FLEscambiaPerdido River1987 03140106 Perdidoestablished
1505896 FLEscambiaPerdido River1987 03140106 Perdidounknown
1509915 FLEscambiaPerdido River1988 03140106 Perdidounknown
222822 FLEscambiaPerdido River1988 03140106 Perdidoestablished
227730 FLEscambiaPerdido River1992 03140106 Perdidoestablished
1503940 FLEscambiaPerdido River1992 03140106 Perdidounknown
1509822 FLEscambiaPerdido River1993 03140106 Perdidounknown
228160 FLEscambiaPerdido River1993 03140106 Perdidoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2020].

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