Lythrum salicaria
Lythrum salicaria
(purple loosestrife)

8 results for Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1440718 CASan Joaquin. Flowing Water, Stream Bank, Ditch Bank. , , ., found in mosher creek,1/4 mi. west of alpine rd, south of eight mile rd.. PDR 13441952005 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436434 CASan Joaquinalong Old River from intersection w/ San Joaquin River and Salmon Slough, heaviest at junction w/ Middle River.2000 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436417 CASan Joaquinbelow University of Pacific campus, along Calaveras River, at Stockton Yacht Club.2000 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436081 CASan JoaquinCalaveras R. at Univ. of Pacific Campus. Not surveyed above due to shallow water.2000 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436623 CASan JoaquinE levy of San Joaquin River at confluence with Burns Cutoff.1998 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436490 CASan JoaquinOn Middle River, off Old River, below Union Point Marina. From Old River to Bridge at Middle River, South Delta Rd.2000 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1441102 CASan JoaquinSingle plant on east levy of San Joaquin River at its confluence with Burns Cutoff.1998 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished
1436886 CASan JoaquinWhite Slough.2000 18040003 San Joaquin Deltaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/19/2022].

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