Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale
(water-cress)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Nasturtium officinale (water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1440544 CALassenModoc National Forest, Blue Lake Ranch1998 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1440649 CALassenModoc National Forest, Blue Lake Ranch. Peatland in large meadow a complex.1998 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1441161 CAModoc1 mi nw, at headwaters N Fk of Pit R., on dirt rd leading to s end Goose Lake Highway 395; North Fork Pit River1947 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1439618 CAModocat headwaters of North Fork of Pit River, one mile northwest of Highway 395, on dirt road leading to south end of Goose Lake.1947 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1441515 CAModocin Southern Pacific right-of-way near East Canal (s of Alturas); Pit Valley, Williams ranch1947 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1441112 CAModocModoc NF From 2007 MDF2014 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1440986 CAModocN end of Jess Valley.1966 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1439948 CAModocvicinity of Big Lake Camp (site) along Big Lake road 3 miles S of Centerville Road, 4800 feet2005 18020002 Upper Pitunknown

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