Phalaris arundinacea
Phalaris arundinacea
(reed canarygrass)
Plants
Exotic

9 results for Phalaris arundinacea (reed canarygrass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1669150 NVDouglasCarson Valley, 0.2 road miles north of Fairview Lane on highway 88 to Mindan and Woodfords.1998 16050201 Upper Carsonunknown
1669786 NVElkoGoose Creek Mountains, Goose Creek where it crosses the main road from Jackpot.2018 17040211 Gooseunknown
1669327 NVElkoOwyhee River, 0.15 miles N of dam at Wildhorse Reservoir.2017 17050104 Upper Owyheeunknown
1669197 NVElkoRuby Valley, Ruby Valley National Wildlife Refuge, 1.1 road miles ESE of main W side road on road out Brown Dike2012 16060007 Long-Ruby Valleysunknown
1669383 NVHumboldtCalico Mountains, McCarty Springs on the west side of the range, east of the Barley Road.1999 16040203 Smoke Creek Desertunknown
1669373 NVHumboldtWinnemucca, Humboldt River at the highway 95 bridge on north side of Winnemucca.2007 16040201 Upper Quinnunknown
1663013 NVWashoe[No locality information provided]2015 17120007 Warner Lakesunknown
1664667 NVWashoe[No locality information provided]2015 17120007 Warner Lakesunknown
1668105 NVWashoeVirginia Range, foothill area south of highway 80 east of roadside rest between Vista and Lockwood.1980 16050102 Truckeeunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/18/2024].

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