Ludwigia hexapetala
Ludwigia hexapetala
(six petal water primrose)

8 results for Ludwigia hexapetala (six petal water primrose)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1709084 CAColusa[No locality description provided]2022 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corral 
1439532 CAColusaColusa National Wildlife Refuge, south of Hwy 20, west of Colusa and Sutter Buttes. Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District West Lateral Canal at western refuge boundary, public auto tour route.2006 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished
1439757 CAColusaDelevan National Wildlife Refuge. Managed seasonal pond at SE corner of refuge, north of Maxwell Road, immediately west of Colusa Basin Drain.2006 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished
1437397 CAColusaMendocino National Forest--North Coast Ranges. North of Princeton on edge W of Sacramento River.2004 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished
1708594 CAGlenn[No locality description provided]2021 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corral 
1708660 CAGlenn[No locality description provided]2021 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corral 
1709207 CAGlenn[No locality description provided]2022 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corral 
1439838 CAGlennPacker Lake, Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge, e. of Hwy 45, s. of Riz Rd.2006 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/7/2023].

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