Potamogeton crispus
Potamogeton crispus
(curly-leaf pondweed)

17 results for Potamogeton crispus (curly-leaf pondweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
228600 NJ Delaware River, Delaware Water Gap to Trenton1886 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished
228599 NJ Delaware River, Water Gap downstream to Titusville1988 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished
229384 NJ New Jersey1996 Mid-Atlanticestablished
213423 NJ state non-specific1944 02000000 Mid-Atlantic Regionestablished
232534 NJCamdenCamden1870 02040202 Lower Delawareestablished
232535 NJCamdenCamden1879 02040202 Lower Delawareestablished
232533 NJCamdenCamden, in tidal ditches1866 02040202 Lower Delawareestablished
1654034 NJMiddlesex38A Maplewood Ave, Cranbury Township, NJ 08512, USA2019 02030105 Raritanestablished
1654032 NJMiddlesexMiddlesex, NJ 08846, USA2018 02030105 Raritanestablished
252532 NJMorrisLake Hopatcong2003 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished
1653982 NJMorrisRichard M Wilcox Park, Mountain Lakes, NJ, US2017 02030103 Hackensack-Passaicestablished
252533 NJMorris/SussexLake Musconetcong2003 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished
1654116 NJSomersetDuke Island Park, Bridgewater, NJ, US2020 02030105 Raritanestablished
1654110 NJSomersetSomerset County, NJ, USA2020 02030103 Hackensack-Passaicestablished
1654077 NJSomersetWatchung, NJ, USA2019 02030105 Raritanestablished
232536 NJUnionCedar Brook, Plainfield1879 02030105 Raritanestablished
1654080 NJUnionLenape Park, Cranford, NJ, USA2010 02030104 Sandy Hook-Staten Islandestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/13/2024].

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