Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale
(water-cress)
Plants
Exotic

13 results for Nasturtium officinale (water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1436174 CALassen2.2 miles East of Highway 49 on Lemmon Canyon Road, East of Sierraville.2015 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440892 CALassenAlong Willow Creek in Murrers Upper Meadow.1982 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1441576 CALassenBurgess Spring Experimental Range Halls Flat Quad., Burgess Spring Experimental Range1937 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440761 CALassenCa. 50 yds along Willow Creek e of road in Murrers Upper Meadow.1982 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1439579 CALassenEagle Lake. Willow Creek Reservoir.1955 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1441447 CALassenHead of Willow Creek; e of Eagle Lake1936 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1441202 CALassenIn upper Murrer's Meadow, in irrigation ditch.1970 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440830 CALassenLower Murrer's Meadow along Willow Creek.1970 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1441223 CALassenMeadow 4 mi. east of Eagle Lake Biological Station at Murrer's Upper Meadow.1967 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440984 CALassenMurrer Meadow Road, ca. 3 mi. E of Eagle Lake Biological Station.1967 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1441354 CALassenMurrers Meadow, near Eagle Lake.1967 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440473 CALassenNortheast of Susanville on County Rd. 216 (to Karlo and Biscar Wildlife Management Area) 0.3 mi west of Hwy. 395. In marsh.1999 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown
1440501 CALassenNortheast of Susanville on County Rd. 216 (to Karlo and Biscar Wildlife Management Area) 0.3 mi west of Hwy. 395: T31N R15E NW1/4 Sect. 2, 4440 ft elevation, springy marsh surrounded by sagebrush scrub1999 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/19/2019].

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