Salvinia molesta
Salvinia molesta
(giant salvinia)

13 results for Salvinia molesta (giant salvinia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1421032 TXHarris[Locality description not provided]2006 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1421250 TXHarris[Locality description not provided]2011 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
235480 TXHarrisChannelview, private pond, located at 16634 Oak Lane2003 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
230927 TXHarrisRobert Browning Elementary School, Houston1998 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
231636 TXHarrisRobert Browning Elementary School, Houston1999 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoextirpated
1650447 TXHarrisSheldon Lake State Park, Houston, TX, US2016 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
231643 TXHarrisSheldon Lake State Park, old fish hatchery pond, central pond ne1999 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1471619 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir2009 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1471400 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir2012 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1471609 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir2015 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1650644 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir, Houston, TX, US2019 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
232362 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir, Sheldon Lake State Park, Houston2000 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
261409 TXHarrisSheldon Reservoir, Sheldon Lake State Park, Houston2009 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/25/2022].

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