Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale

21 results for Nasturtium officinale (water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1441208 CASan DiegoAlong stream, Pine Valley1938 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1439988 CASan DiegoBarrett Lake: just south of the dam, along the bottom of the dam and on the canyon floor just east of Barrett Lake Rd. and flume on the west side of the canyon.2007 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1439746 CASan DiegoBarrett Lake: just south of the dam, along the bottom of the dam and on the canyon floor just east of Barrett Lake Road2007 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441552 CASan DiegoCampo1936 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1440770 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest, about 20m east of stream next to road in Fred Canyon (mak 2/06)1979 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1440374 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest, between Hauser Creek Rd (Cottonwood Rd) and South Boundary Rd (Big Potrero Truck Trail), approx. 4 km SW of Morena Village, 1.3 km S of Morena Butte, 2.4 km W of locked gate on Hauser Creek Rd.2005 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1440097 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest, Hauser Canyon, 2.4 km downstream from Lake Morena dam at intersection of Cottonwood Creek & Hauser Creek Rd (Cottonwood Rd).2006 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1439481 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest, NE of Pine Valley, Noble Canyon Trail, 1.4 mile SE of Deer Park Road, 2.8 miles NE of junction with Hwy 802007 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1436016 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest: Buckman Springs area, E of Morena Reservoir; along the creek in the vicinity of The Narrows east of Buckman Springs Road2012 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1436040 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest; along Kitchen Creek near Yellow Rose Spring east of Kitchen Creek Road and 2.55 miles NNE of junction with I-82013 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1435990 CASan DiegoCleveland National Forest; Buckman Springs area, E of Morena Reservoir, along the creek in the vicinity of The Narrows east of Buckman Springs Road.2012 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441380 CASan Diegocreek bed, Clover Flats near Campo1928 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441418 CASan DiegoCreek, 2 1/2 mi. southwest White Star Sta.1938 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441085 CASan DiegoGrapevine Canyon below the ranch1969 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1440683 CASan DiegoHauser Wilderness: Cleveland National Forest; SW of Morena Reservoir and E of Barrett Lake, along the trail that follows Hauser Creek, west of the Marine Memorial2008 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441434 CASan DiegoLaguna1885 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441132 CASan DiegoLake Morena County Park; along Cottonwood Creek, just south of Corral Canyon Road about 0.83 mile SW of junction with Buckman Springs Road (S-1).2011 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1436029 CASan DiegoOtay Mesa area: East of I-805 and south of Hwy 905; southwest of Brown Field Airport; on City of San Diego open space preserve property, in canyon area southwest of Heritage Road2012 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441203 CASan DiegoPot-Hole Creek, below Corte Madera Lake.1970 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441679 CASan DiegoTia Juana.1895 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished
1441799 CASan DiegoTijuana River, Tijuana1903 18070305 Cottonwood-Tijuanaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/27/2020].

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