Alopecurus geniculatus
Alopecurus geniculatus
(water foxtail)

8 results for Alopecurus geniculatus (water foxtail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
240984 WIBrownBrown County1900 04030100 Northwestern Lake Michiganestablished
261682 WIBrownLost Trail Road, east of Hwy 41, 25N 20E Sect. 10, near Suamico,1990 04030103 Duck-Pensaukeeestablished
261683 WIBrownUniversity of Wisconsin-Green Bay1988 04030204 Lower Foxestablished
240985 WIKenoshaKenosha County1900 Unknown or N/Aestablished
240986 WIKenoshaKenosha County1900 04040000 Southwestern Lake Michiganestablished
261675 WIKenoshaWest side of Hwy 75, 1/4 mi south of Wis. 43 (now called Hwy 142), Brighton Twp.1970 07120004 Des Plainesestablished
240987 WIMarinetteMarinette County1900 04030100 Northwestern Lake Michiganestablished
261681 WIMarinettePound1991 04030105 Peshtigoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/2/2023].

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