Acorus calamus
Acorus calamus
(single-vein sweetflag)

10 results for Acorus calamus (single-vein sweetflag)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1339888 KYBell(to be transcribed)1969 05130101 Upper Cumberlandunknown
1339912 KYBell(to be transcribed)1969 05130101 Upper Cumberlandunknown
1339814 KYBell14 miles west of 25E. Hwy 190, Chenoa, Ky.1969 05130101 Upper Cumberlandunknown
1339870 KYLaurel9.3 miles E of London- KY and about 0.3 miles W of Lida- KY. Flood plain of Laurel River.1979 05130102 Rockcastleunknown
1339941 KYPulaskiEdge of farm pond, Rt. 27, Somerset.1969 05130103 Upper Cumberland-Lake Cumberlandunknown
1339866 KYRockcastleJunction of Highway 25 & 15051984 05130102 Rockcastleunknown
1339859 KYRockcastleMeadow bounded by Jct. US 25 Hwy. 1505 and I-75; near Conway.1995 05130102 Rockcastleunknown
1339880 KYRockcastleMeadow bounded by Jct. US 25 Hwy. 1505 and I-75; near Conway.1995 05130102 Rockcastleunknown
1339872 KYRockcastleRoadside of intersection of US 25 and KY 1505- 5 miles north of Mount Vernon1984 05130102 Rockcastleunknown
1339853 KYWhitleyApproximately 8 km north of the Tennessee state line on west side of I-751992 05130101 Upper Cumberlandunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/23/2024].

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