Eichhornia crassipes
Eichhornia crassipes
(common water-hyacinth)

15 results for Eichhornia crassipes (common water-hyacinth)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1670876 LAAvoyelles[No locality description provided]2015 08080102 Bayou Teche 
1728220 LAEvangeline[No locality description provided]2022 08080102 Bayou Teche 
1730359 LAEvangeline[No locality description provided]2022 08080102 Bayou Teche 
213890 LASt. Martin/St. LAtchafalaya Floodway, in the Henderson area, near Breaux Bridge.1946 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1387172 LASt. MaryCRMS0488-V012011 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1387094 LASt. MaryCRMS0489-V562012 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1387109 LASt. MaryCRMS0489-V562013 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390475 LASt. MaryCRMS0544-V512010 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390602 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V342007 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390638 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V372007 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390670 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V382007 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390661 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V752007 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1390746 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V752013 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
1391196 LASt. MaryCRMS0545-V752014 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
213339 LASt. Marynear Centerville1980 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/26/2024].

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