Trapa natans
Trapa natans
(water chestnut)

14 results for Trapa natans (water chestnut)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1730438 NYWashington[No locality description provided]2022 04300101 Mettawee River 
871576 NYWashington[No locality provided]2005 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
213794 NYWashingtonChamplain Barge Canal1952 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888726 NYWashingtonFinch Marsh2001 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888734 NYWashingtonHadlock Pond2009 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
270488 NYWashingtonHadlock Pond in the town of Fort Ann2009 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
860868 NYWashingtonhead of Lake Champlain1978 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888766 NYWashingtonLock 11, Champlain Barge Canal2005 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888767 NYWashingtonLock 12, Champlain Barge Canal2005 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
871578 NYWashingtonSheltered Lakes2005 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
1410112 NYWashingtonWhitehall2003 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888833 NYWashingtonWhitehall Launch, Champlain Barge Canal2010 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
1410171 NYWashingtonWhitehall, in Wood Creek / the Champlain Canal, at US Route 4 crossing Water 1 - 2 meters deep.. (NAD83/WGS84).2003 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished
888835 NYWashingtonWood Creek1998 04300101 Mettawee Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/25/2024].

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