Phragmites australis australis
Phragmites australis australis
(common reed)

10 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1669433 NVCarson CityOrmsby Co. Pine Nut Mountains, N end of range, S. side of Carson River, 1.0 road mi SE of Brunswick Canyon. Growing in seep, on N-facing slope.1996 16050201 Upper Carsonunknown
1669499 NVChurchill13 mi. SE Fallon1937 16050203 Carson Desertunknown
1669145 NVEsmeraldaFish Lake Valley, Gap Springs at the NE end of the valley.1983 16060010 Fish Lake-Soda Spring Valleysunknown
1669342 NVHumboldtSeepage area on the east side of Kings River Valley.1977 16040201 Upper Quinnunknown
1667154 NVHumboldtVirgin Valley, Thousand Creek Spring, 1.9 air miles NW of Range HQ, Duffurena Ranch. Growing along the creek below the spring. Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge.1978 16040205 Thousand-Virginunknown
1669779 NVLincolnPahranagat Valley, Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge, highway 93 at road junction to the visitor center.2018 15010011 Whiteunknown
1669522 NVLyonFernley Wildlife Management Area north of Fernley1976 16050104 Granite Springs Valleyunknown
1669436 NVMineralSodaville. Growing in abundance in the pond at the cooler spring.1977 16060010 Fish Lake-Soda Spring Valleysunknown
1669794 NVWashoeTruckee River Canyon just downstream (E) of Derby Dam, N side of the Truckee River. Growing along silty flats in the flood plain.2018 16050102 Truckeeunknown
1667183 NVWhite PineEast side of spring Valley, along US 50 at corral, 1.5 mi W of Rose Cave Guano Mine1986 16060008 Spring-Steptoe Valleysunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/25/2024].

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