Najas marina
Najas marina
(holly-leaf waternymph)
Native Transplant

11 results for Najas marina (holly-leaf waternymph)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
244457 NYCayugaAurelius1914 04140201 Senecaunknown
1655337 NYCayugaDuck Lake1926 04140201 Senecaunknown
1655335 NYOnondagamarshes near Long Branch1889 04140201 Senecaunknown
244458 NYOnondagaOnondaga Lake1864 04140201 Senecaunknown
1335918 NYOnondagaOnondaga Lake1864 04140201 Senecaestablished
279643 NYOnondagaOnondaga Lake1864 04140201 Senecaestablished
1655334 NYSenecaBlack Lake, a shallow pond four miles below Cayuga Lake1882 04140201 Senecaunknown
244456 NYSenecaCayuga Lake, near Canoga Marshes1938 04140201 Senecaunknown
1655317 NYTompkinsIthaca, near Wharton's, lake shore1918 04140201 Senecaunknown
1655338 NYWayneCrusoe Lake1926 04140201 Senecaunknown
244455 NYWayneSeneca River near Savannah1872 04140201 Senecaunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/17/2022].

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