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
1464285 SDBrookingsNelson2015 10170202 Middle Big Siouxestablished
1464275 SDCharles MixMissouri River, at Lake Francis Case2015 10140101 Fort Randall Reservoirestablished
213378 SDClayClay county1977 10170100 Lewis and Clark Lakeestablished
1464272 SDCusterStockade Lake2015 10120109 Middle Cheyenne-Springestablished
1464330 SDDavisonLake Mitchell2015 10160011 Lower Jamesestablished
1464278 SDDeuelLake Alice2015 07020001 Upper Minnesotaestablished
1464281 SDFall RiverCheyenne River, at Angostura Reservoir2015 10120106 Angostura Reservoirestablished
1464308 SDHughesLake Oahe2015 10130105 Lower Lake Oaheestablished
1464313 SDLymanLake Sharpe2015 10140101 Fort Randall Reservoirestablished
1464270 SDMarshallRoy Lake2015 10160003 Upper Jamesestablished
1464271 SDPenningtonCanyon Lake2015 10120110 Rapidestablished
1464265 SDPenningtonRapid Creek2015 10120110 Rapidestablished
1464283 SDPenningtonSheridan Lake2015 10120109 Middle Cheyenne-Springestablished
1464273 SDRobertsLake Traverse2018 09020101 Bois De Siouxestablished
1464312 SDTrippRoosevelt Lake2018 10170104 Poncaestablished
232569 SDUnionBurbank Lake (oxbow of Missouri River)1965 10170101 Lewis and Clark Lakeestablished
1464303 SDUnionMcCook Lake2015 10170101 Lewis and Clark Lakeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/24/2024].

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