Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata
(hydrilla)
Plants
Exotic

142 results for Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
230120 monoecious hydrillaNCBuncombeBiltmore Estates, three reflecting pools, ~40 x 60 ft each.1998 06010105 Upper French Broadestablished
250411 monoecious hydrillaNCBurkeCatawba River, at Lake James, impoundment of the Linville and Catawba Rivers2002 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
860808 monoecious hydrillaNCBurkeLake James1999 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
229740 monoecious hydrillaNCCaswellCaswell County1991 03010104 Lower Danestablished
862524 monoecious hydrillaNCChathamBank near Buckhorn Dam on Cape Fear River2014 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
1524422 monoecious hydrillaNCChathamDeep River, U.S. Hwy 1 near Moncure2017 03030003 Deepestablished
229714 monoecious hydrillaNCChathamShearon Harris Lake Reservoir1989 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
229744 monoecious hydrillaNCChathamShearon Harris Lake Reservoir1989 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
1186865 monoecious hydrillaNCChathamShearon Harris Lake Reservoir1995 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
231929 monoecious hydrillaNCClevelandShelby, farm pond, 1 acre1999 03050105 Upper Broadestablished
230085 monoecious hydrillaNCColumbusBenson Pond1989 03040206 Waccamawestablished
1396557 monoecious hydrillaNCColumbusLake Waccamaw2012 03040206 Waccamawunknown
1396570 monoecious hydrillaNCColumbusLake Waccamaw2012 03040206 Waccamawunknown
1396544 monoecious hydrillaNCColumbusLake Waccamaw2012 03040206 Waccamawunknown
1396532 monoecious hydrillaNCColumbusLake Waccamaw2012 03040206 Waccamawunknown
230401 monoecious hydrillaNCCumberlandArran Lake, near Fayetteville.1989 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
229742 monoecious hydrillaNCDurhamDurham county1991 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
877619 monoecious hydrillaNCDurhamEno RIver, West Point on the Eno Park2013 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
230114 monoecious hydrillaNCDurhamTwin Lakes One1989 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
230115 monoecious hydrillaNCDurhamTwin Lakes Two1989 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
230826 monoecious hydrillaNCFranklinDaries Biggerstaff1989 03020101 Upper Tarestablished
860810 monoecious hydrillaNCGastonLake Wylie2006 03050102 South Fork Catawbaestablished
1340653 monoecious hydrillaNCGastonLake Wylie2008 03050102 South Fork Catawbaestablished
250407 monoecious hydrillaNCGastonLake Wylie, near I-85 bridge2007 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
230402 monoecious hydrillaNCGranvilleHamme's Pond, southeast of Oxford.1997 03020101 Upper Tarestablished
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