Salvinia molesta
Salvinia molesta
(giant salvinia)
Plants
Exotic

11 results for Salvinia molesta (giant salvinia)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1421005 TXJackson[Locality description not provided]2006 12100102 Navidadestablished
1421280 TXJackson[Locality description not provided]2011 12100102 Navidadestablished
237628 TXJacksona SE Jackson County reservoir2005 12100102 Navidadestablished
1471688 TXJacksonLake Texana2006 12100102 Navidadestablished
261410 TXJacksonLake Texana2009 12100102 Navidadestablished
1471668 TXJacksonLake Texana2010 12100102 Navidadestablished
1471436 TXJacksonLake Texana2014 12100102 Navidadestablished
1418934 TXJacksonLake Texana, Edna2017 12100102 Navidadestablished
234157 TXJacksonLake Texana, second cove S of the bridge on the E side of the lake2001 12100102 Navidadestablished
231847 TXJacksonLake Texana, upper end1999 12100102 Navidadestablished
232198 TXJacksonSandy Creek, mouth of creek where it enters Lake Texana, just above the Hwy 59 causeway, and upstream for two miles1999 12100102 Navidadestablished

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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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