Salvinia minima
Salvinia minima
(water spangles)
Plants
Exotic

15 results for Salvinia minima (water spangles)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1494412 FLBrevardCrane Creek1997 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1490080 FLBrevardCrane Creek1998 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
231679 FLBrevardCrane Creek1998 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished
1493335 FLBrevardElbow Creek1999 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1494194 FLBrevardElbow Creek2002 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1488931 FLBrevardElbow Creek2004 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1493648 FLBrevardElbow Creek2005 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1489727 FLBrevardElbow Creek2006 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1490436 FLBrevardElbow Creek2007 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1491894 FLBrevardElbow Creek2008 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1489605 FLBrevardElbow Creek2009 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1489825 FLBrevardElbow Creek2010 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1494538 FLBrevardElbow Creek2011 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
1488380 FLBrevardElbow Creek2012 03080202 Cape Canaveralunknown
231337 FLBrevardMalabar Cape, S of Indialantic to Sebastian Inlet, US A-1A, St. Johns River bridge on US 1921964 03080202 Cape Canaveralestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/19/2020].

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