Salvinia minima
Salvinia minima
(water spangles)

10 results for Salvinia minima (water spangles)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
231671 FLDuvalBaldwin, westbound side I-10, ditch and stream bordering pine plantation, 3 mi W of Baldwin1999 03070204 St. Marysestablished
227021 FLDuvalPope Duval Park (East) [near Jacksonville]1992 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1491394 FLDuvalPope Duval West FMA1992 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1489405 FLDuvalPope Duval West FMA1994 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1489166 FLDuvalPope Duval West FMA1995 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1488369 FLDuvalPope Duval West FMA1996 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1489956 FLDuvalPope Duval West FMA1999 03070204 St. Marysunknown
1490162 FLNassauSt. Mary's River2006 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1491476 FLNassauSt. Mary's River2013 03070204 St. Marysestablished
1491754 FLNassauSt. Mary's River2014 03070204 St. Marysestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/24/2023].

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