Salvinia minima
Salvinia minima
(water spangles)

13 results for Salvinia minima (water spangles)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1650748 LAAscension45404 St Amant Park, St Amant, LA 70774, USA2017 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
233786 LAAscensionSorrento1999 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
238590 LAAscension/St.James/St.John the Baptist/LivingstonMaurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area (Manchac?)2007 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
233785 LALivingstonBlack Lake, Denson1999 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
231641 LASt. JamesBlind River, at Hwy 611999 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
231769 LASt. JamesBlind River, at junction with Hwy 611995 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
1650751 LASt. JamesConvent, LA 70723, Convent, LA, US2018 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
273288 LASt. JamesMaurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area (Western Tract)2008 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
1399395 LASt. JamesW. side Hwy 6412008 08070204 Lake Maurepasunknown
1467938 LASt. John the Baptist[Highway 55 Canal]2018 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
1399377 LATangipahoaHwy 51. Joyce, WMA. Check in station area2011 08070204 Lake Maurepasunknown
231767 LATangipahoaJoyce Wildlife Management Area1999 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished
235693 LATangipahoaPrivate pond, Ponchatoula.2004 08070204 Lake Maurepasestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/25/2022].

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