Phragmites australis australis
Phragmites australis australis
(common reed)

21 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
861085 INBartholomew 2010 05120205 Flatrock-Hawestablished
861065 INClay 2010 05120203 Eelestablished
861071 INDaviess 2010 05120202 Lower Whiteestablished
861068 INGreene 2010 05120202 Lower Whiteestablished
861091 INHenry 2010 05120204 Driftwoodestablished
861092 INHenry 2010 05120204 Driftwoodestablished
861084 INJackson 2010 05120206 Upper East Fork Whiteestablished
861082 INJefferson 2010 05120207 Muscatatuckestablished
861083 INJennings 2010 05120207 Muscatatuckestablished
861070 INKnox 2010 05120202 Lower Whiteestablished
861073 INLawrence 2010 05120208 Lower East Fork Whiteestablished
861087 INMarion 2010 05120201 Upper Whiteestablished
861072 INMartin 2010 05120208 Lower East Fork Whiteestablished
861069 INMonroe 2010 05120208 Lower East Fork Whiteestablished
861066 INOwen 2010 05120202 Lower Whiteestablished
861074 INPike 2010 05120209 Patokaestablished
861093 INRandolph 2010 05120201 Upper Whiteestablished
861094 INRandolph 2010 05120201 Upper Whiteestablished
861088 INRipley 2010 05120207 Muscatatuckestablished
861086 INShelby 2010 05120205 Flatrock-Hawestablished
861056 INTipton 2010 05120201 Upper Whiteestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/6/2023].

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