Potamogeton crispus
Potamogeton crispus
(curly-leaf pondweed)
Plants
Exotic

4 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
252532 NJMorrisLake Hopatcong2003 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished
252533 NJMorris/SussexLake Musconetcong2003 02040105 Middle Delaware-Musconetcongestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/19/2019].

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