Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale

26 results for Nasturtium officinale (water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1441559 CALos Angeles[No locality description information provided]1932 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1439939 CALos AngelesAltadena Crest Trail2006 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440169 CALos AngelesArcadia, Big Santa Anita Canyon, Arcadia Wilderness Park2010 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440494 CALos AngelesArroyo Seco San Gabriel Mountains2001 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1436220 CALos AngelesAscot Hills Park2015 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1441598 CALos Angelesat Los Feliz Blvd Bridge1932 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1441199 CALos AngelesBig Tujunga wash, north and east of Sunland.1971 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440495 CALos AngelesBig Tujunga Wash/ Verdugo Mountains region: East of Hansen Dam, entered at Orcas Ave. parked at Orcas Park, hiked east of this park along river (just north of Wentworth Street), but not as far as the Tujunga ponds.2000 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1441224 CALos AngelesBull Creek, 1 mi. east of intersection of Balboa and Rinaldi Streets, Town of Granada Hills1967 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440648 CALos AngelesChantry Flat / Santa Anita Canyon San Gabriel Mountains1999 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1439992 CALos AngelesHahamongna Watershed Park2007 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1441431 CALos AngelesLos Angeles1903 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440434 CALos AngelesLower Arroyo Seco, Pasadena2003 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440288 CALos AngelesLower Eaton Canyon2003 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440529 CALos AngelesLower Eaton Canyon San Gabriel Mountains1994 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1439558 CALos AngelesNorth side of mountains: Entered west of Haines Canyon Park, off of Estepa Drive in Tujunga. Follow a ridge southwest, then dropped down from ridge west into a small tributary northwest of this ridge., Tributary is north of the 210 freeway. South of free2003 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440629 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains Big Tujunga Canyon, Vogel Flats.1990 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440878 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains, Mill Creek, 0.1-0.4 mile north of Monte Cristo Campground along stream-side, from confluence with Monte Cristo Creek to 300 m upstream, just east of Angeles Forest Hwy2011 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440206 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains/Verdugo Mountains: Tujunga Valley, Big Tujunga Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary, along perimeter of northernmost of two ponds.2010 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440399 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains: Big Tujunga Creek between Coldwater Canyon & Wickiup Canyon.1992 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440849 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel Mtns., Arroyo Seco, Pasadena, north of Jet Prop. Laboratory2003 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1441744 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel River, El Monte.1930 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1439790 CALos AngelesSanta Anita Canyon, San Gabriel Mts. '1951 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440071 CALos AngelesSanta Fe Dam, Irwindale2002 18070105 Los Angelesunknown
1440706 CALos AngelesTransverse Range; San Gabriel Mountains, Monrovia Mountain Park, along canyon bottom from park entrance to 0.5 mi up canyon2009 18070105 Los Angelesunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/19/2019].

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