Trapa natans
Trapa natans
(water chestnut)

13 results for Trapa natans (water chestnut)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1701677 RIProvidence[No locality description provided]2022 01090004 Narragansett 
1674724 RIProvidenceCentral Pond, East Providence, RI, US2020 01090004 Narragansett 
269996 RIProvidenceCentral Pond/Turner Reservoir (at the northeastern border with MA)2009 01090004 Narragansettestablished
860831 RIProvidenceJames V. Turner Reservoir, East Providence2010 01090004 Narragansettestablished
1674790 RIProvidenceNewman Ave, East Providence, RI, US2020 01090004 Narragansett 
1613758 RIProvidenceOlney Pond, Lincoln Woods State Park2019 01090004 Narragansettestablished
860832 RIProvidenceRhode Island, Porters Pond2010 01100001 Quinebaug Riverestablished
860834 RIProvidenceRhode Island, Sylvestre Pond2010 01090003 Blackstone Riverestablished
1613765 RIProvidenceValley Falls Pond2017 01090003 Blackstone Riverestablished
269997 RIWashingtonChapman Pond, in southern Rhode Island2009 01100007 Pawcatuck Riverestablished
1676059 RIWashingtonChapman Pond, Westerly, RI, US2020 01100007 Pawcatuck River 
860833 RIWashingtonRhode Island, Belleville Pond2007 01090004 Narragansettestablished
1613766 RIWashingtonSolitude Springs Farm Pond2016 01100007 Pawcatuck Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/28/2024].

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