Phalaris arundinacea
Phalaris arundinacea
(reed canarygrass)

16 results for Phalaris arundinacea (reed canarygrass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
877272 OHCuyahoga 2015 04110002 Cuyahogaestablished
1694321 OHCuyahogaFern Hill wetlands2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694316 OHCuyahogaGreathouse wetlands2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694317 OHCuyahogaGreathouse wetlands lower2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694328 OHCuyahogaGreathouse wetlands lower2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694329 OHCuyahogaGreathouse wetlands upper2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694338 OHCuyahogaOhio and Erie Canal2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694326 OHCuyahogaRiverview North2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694325 OHCuyahogaRiverview South2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694330 OHCuyahogaShadow Lake2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694331 OHCuyahogaUpper Brookside constructed wetlands2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694315 OHCuyahogaWashout wetlands2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
877191 OHGeauga 2010 04110002 Cuyahogaestablished
1713379 OHGeaugaLa due wetlands2022 04110002 Cuyahoga 
1694348 OHPortageTinkers Creek2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown
1694327 OHSummitWetlands north of station road bridge2020 04110002 Cuyahogaunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/29/2024].

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