Typha × glauca
(white cattail)
Plants
Exotic Hybrid

13 results for Typha × glauca (white cattail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1396156 NDNelsonMcHugh Slough, Nelson County Waterfowl Production Area2011 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished
1396173 NDNelsonMcHugh Slough, Nelson County Waterfowl Production Area2011 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished
1396182 NDNelsonMcVille Coulee-Sheyenne River2011 09020203 Middle Sheyenneestablished
1396096 NDNelsonMcVille Coulee-Sheyenne River, Nelson County Waterfowl Production Area2011 09020203 Middle Sheyenneestablished
1396094 NDRansomPigeon Point-Sheyenne River, Dakota Tallgrass Prairie Wildlife Management Area2011 09020204 Lower Sheyenneestablished
1396135 NDSheridanHeadwaters Sheyenne River2011 09020202 Upper Sheyenneestablished
1396107 NDSheridanHeadwaters Sheyenne River2011 09020202 Upper Sheyenneestablished
1396155 NDSheridanHeadwaters Sheyenne River2011 09020202 Upper Sheyenneestablished
1396245 NDSteeleHeadwaters Maple River2011 09020205 Mapleestablished
1421004 NDWalshearthen island in a 21.5 ha palustrine seasonal wetland2016 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished
1396169 NDWalshMcHugh Slough2011 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished
1396230 NDWalshMcHugh Slough2011 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished
1396202 NDWalshMcHugh Slough2011 09020201 Devils Lakeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/15/2024].

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