Ludwigia hexapetala
Ludwigia hexapetala
(six petal water primrose)

11 results for Ludwigia hexapetala (six petal water primrose)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1438106 CAVenturaBed of Ventura River, near mouth of Rodriquez Canyon, ca. 1 mi S of Foster Park.1963 18070101 Venturaestablished
1439116 CAVenturabelow Foster Park, Ventura River1959 18070101 Venturaestablished
1439129 CAVenturaLow area between sea and bluffs, Southeast Pierpoint Inn, Ventura.1948 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438730 CAVenturaPools in Ventura River's bed near Mill School on Ventura Ave.1961 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438807 CAVenturaVentura River about 1 mile below Foster Park, Ventura.1959 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438324 CAVenturaVentura River near cattle corral at Canet, Southern Pacific Railroad1967 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438323 CAVenturaVentura River near Mill School and Manuel Cyn, Ventura1960 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438366 CAVenturaVentura River near Rodriguez Cyn1961 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438283 CAVenturaVentura River S of Foster Park1961 18070101 Venturaestablished
1436085 CAVenturaVentura River upstream of Main Street Bridge, Ventura.2005 18070101 Venturaestablished
1438105 CAVenturaVentura. Ventura River near Mill School and Manuel Canyon.1960 18070101 Venturaestablished

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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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