Salvinia molesta
Salvinia molesta
(giant salvinia)

14 results for Salvinia molesta (giant salvinia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1462879 TXJasper[Ba Steinhagen Lake]2015 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1421305 TXJasper[Locality description not provided]2011 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1698423 TXJasper[No locality description provided]2021 12020003 Lower Neches 
1698424 TXJasper[No locality description provided]2021 12020003 Lower Neches 
1471311 TXJasperB. A. Steinhagen Reservoir2008 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1471507 TXJasperB. A. Steinhagen Reservoir2009 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1471551 TXJasperB. A. Steinhagen Reservoir2011 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1471518 TXJasperB. A. Steinhagen Reservoir2012 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
261413 TXJasperB.A. Steinhagen Lake2009 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1650596 TXJasperMartin Dies, Jr. State Park, Jasper County, TX, USA2019 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
231642 TXOrangeIntake and discharge canals serving Energy plant, south of Bridge City, west of Hwy 87 (discharge into Bessie Heights Marsh, 2-3 mi above mouth of Neches River)1998 12020003 Lower Nechesestablished
1700346 TXTyler[No locality description provided]2020 12020003 Lower Neches 
1700459 TXTyler[No locality description provided]2020 12020003 Lower Neches 
239051 TXTylerB.A. Steinhagen Lake2007 12020003 Lower Nechescollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/2/2022].

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