Ludwigia hexapetala
Ludwigia hexapetala
(six petal water primrose)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Ludwigia hexapetala (six petal water primrose)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1439752 CASan DiegoCamp Pedleton, south-central portion of the base; Training Area SMR2, northeast of the intersection of Vandegrift Blvd and Basilone Road, along the southeast side of the Santa Margarita River. Square: E62013 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1438329 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, Santa Margarita River, ca 1 1/2 air miles WSW from intersection of Sandia Creek Drive and De Luz Road2007 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1438501 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, south of Stagecoach Road and north of the airstrip along Vandegrift Blvd. in the Santa Margarita River bed. Square E52008 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1438287 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton Marine Corps Base: south of Stagecoach Road and north of the airstrip along Vandegrift Blvd.; in the Santa Margarita River bed2008 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1438370 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton Marine Corps Base: south of Stagecoach Road and north of the airstrip along Vandegrift Blvd.; in the Santa Margarita River bed.2008 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1436044 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton: south-central portion of Base; Training Area SMR2; northeast of the intersection of Vandegrift Blvd. and Basilone Road; along the southeast side of the Santa Margarita River2013 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1436572 CASan DiegoCamp Pendleton: Training Area Hotel; in the extreme eastern part of the Base; northwest of Fallbrook and just north of De Luz Road; along the Santa Margarita River just north of the De Luz Road bridge2012 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1439030 CASan DiegoNear Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton northeast boundary. In Santa Margarita River below the De Luz Road bridge.2007 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/29/2021].

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