Phalaris arundinacea
Phalaris arundinacea
(reed canarygrass)

17 results for Phalaris arundinacea (reed canarygrass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1694340 OHCuyahogaBaldwin Lake2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694318 OHCuyahogaBeech Hill wetlands2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694324 OHCuyahogaBeyers Pond2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694319 OHCuyahogaFowles Marsh2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694320 OHCuyahogaHepburn wetlands2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694335 OHCuyahogaKason Swamp2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694323 OHCuyahogaLake Isaac wetlands2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1713378 OHCuyahogaOxbow lagoon2022 04110001 Black-Rocky 
1694337 OHCuyahogaRocky river nature center wetland (3)2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694336 OHCuyahogaRocky river nature center wetland (3)2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694341 OHCuyahogaWallace Lake2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
1694322 OHCuyahogaWetlands around Beyers Pond2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown
877278 OHLorain 2015 04110001 Black-Rockyestablished
1713375 OHLorainColumbia Pond 12022 04110001 Black-Rocky 
1713374 OHLorainColumbia Pond 22022 04110001 Black-Rocky 
1713373 OHLorainColumbia Pond 52022 04110001 Black-Rocky 
1694342 OHMedinaWetland west of Judge's Lake2020 04110001 Black-Rockyunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/20/2024].

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