Salvinia molesta
Salvinia molesta
(giant salvinia)
Plants
Exotic

12 results for Salvinia molesta (giant salvinia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1421331 TXChambers[Locality description not provided]2012 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
1421326 TXChambers[Locality description not provided]2014 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
234163 TXLibertyChampion Lake, adjacent to W side of Trinity River, Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, coordinates for boat ramp where most active2000 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
260805 TXLibertyChampion Lake, adjacent to W side of Trinity River, Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, coordinates for boat ramp where most active2009 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
234142 TXLibertyLiberty, Malish pond, 1303 Co. Rd. 1292001 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
231722 TXLibertyMoss Bluff, Harris pond, adjacent to Swinney Lake1999 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
230990 TXLibertyMoss Bluff, Swinney Lake, off FM 5631998 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
232416 TXLibertySwinney Marsh Complex, swamp and marshlands E of the Lower Trinity River, E of Moss Bluff and W of Shiloh1999 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
232417 TXLibertySwinney Marsh Complex, swamp and marshlands E of the Lower Trinity River, E of Moss Bluff and W of Shiloh2000 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
1187340 TXLibertyTrinity River National Wildlife Refuge2004 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
1187349 TXLibertyTrinity River National Wildlife Refuge2009 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished
1340781 TXLibertyTrinity River National Wildlife Refuge, swamps between Big Bayou and Trinity River2017 12030203 Lower Trinityestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/19/2021].

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