Potamogeton crispus
Potamogeton crispus
(curly-leaf pondweed)

115 results for Potamogeton crispus (curly-leaf pondweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
228780 CA Central Valley Area, cismontane California1993 18020000 Sacramentoestablished
213412 CA San Francisco Bay Area,1993 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
230348 CA San Joaquin Delta drainage1990 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
234501 CA Santa Ana River1919 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
1441869 CAAlamedaLake Chabot Regional Park eat of San Leandro2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
232483 CAAlamedaSan Leandro creek1946 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
1442174 CAAlamedaSan Leandro Creek1946 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
1441776 CAAlamedaw. end of Boxwood Ave. San Leandro (canal in s.w. San Leandro)1958 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
1441988 CAButteAlong the Biggs Princeton Hwy, under P.G. and E. power lines, about 1 mi west of Biggs1987 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1441953 CAButteAlong the east side of the Sacramento River, northwest of Parrott Landing, about 1 mile southeast of Ord Ferry, about 2 miles southeast of Ordbend, about 12 miles (air) southwest of Chico.1999 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished
252704 CAButteGray Lodge Waterfowl Management Area (formerly Greylodge Game Refuge)1982 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1442119 CAButteGraylodge Waterfowl Refuge, in slough, at end of West Liberty Rd, ca. 112 mi sw of Gridley.1982 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1441957 CAButteMouth of the slough leading into the boat ramp just upstream from the Washout (Chico Landing site) on the Sacramento River.1987 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1441984 CAButtenorthwest of Parrott Landing; about 1 mile southeast of Ord Ferry; about 2 miles southeast of Ordbend; about 12 miles (air) southwest of Chico2000 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1442099 CAButteSacramento River sandbar, ca. 5 mi w of Chico.1979 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1441958 CAButteUpper Bidwell Park, Chico, ca. 0.1 mi e of the end of the pavement on Upper Park Rd. Along the edge of Chico Creek.1983 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1441987 CAContra Costajust w of Antioch marina (along levee at water's edge, accessed from marina); Dow Wetlands Preserve1991 18050001 Suisun Bayestablished
1442120 CAContra CostaSacramento River Delta; Accessible by boat from Port of Stockton.1980 18050001 Suisun Bayestablished
1442173 CAContra CostaWebb Island in the Sacramento River Delta; San Joaquin Valley1949 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1633998 CAEl Dorado[No location description provided]2018 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1633999 CAEl Dorado[No location description provided]2018 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
235695 CAEl DoradoLake Tahoe, at both entrance channels to the Tahoe Keys Marinas2003 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1441979 CAEl DoradoSouth Lake Tahoe, Tahoe Keys Lagoon, Way Point 538.2009 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1441777 CAFresno7.5 mi s of Dos Palos (junction of Hwy 33 and South Dos Palos Roads); San Joaquin Valley1949 18040001 Middle San Joaquin-Lower Chowchillaestablished
1441867 CAGlennAlong the west side of the Sacramento River, about 300 yards north of the bridge, west of Butte City2013 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/5/2022].

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