Marsilea quadrifolia
Marsilea quadrifolia
(European water-clover)

10 results for Marsilea quadrifolia (European water-clover)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
229464 IL state non-specific1955  established
1692891 ILChampaign[No locality description provided]1976 05120109 Vermilionunknown
1456441 ILChampaignChampaign, residential area, 1411 Winding Lane1996 05120109 Vermilionestablished
245016 ILColesColes County2008 05120112 Embarrascollected
245018 ILJacksonJackson County2008 07140100 Upper Mississippi-Merameccollected
245017 ILMadisonMadison County2008 07140100 Upper Mississippi-Merameccollected
245019 ILMcDonoughMcDonough County2008 07130010 La Moinecollected
1692600 ILMcDonoughSpring Lake; 1 mi N of Macomb1963 07130010 La Moineunknown
233156 ILVermilionKickapoo State Park near Danville1986 05120109 Vermilionestablished
233157 ILVermilionOakwood [East of]1986 05120109 Vermilionestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/20/2024].

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