Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata

11 results for Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
213719 dioecious hydrillaALChoctawCoffeeville Lake, in an embayment off the mainstem of the reservoir1978 03160201 Middle Tombigbee-Chickasawestablished
1401237 dioecious hydrillaALClarkeSouth Bank Of Tombigbee River Ca. 0.5 Mi Upstream From Coffeeville Lock And Dam, Ca. 10 Mi E Of Silas; N1/2 Sec 13, T9n R2w1978 03160201 Middle Tombigbee-Chickasawestablished
1437520 dioecious hydrillaCASan DiegoMurray Reservoir, San Diego.1978 18070304 San Diegoeradicated
1437388 dioecious hydrillaCASan DiegoNorth shore of Padre Bay, Murray Reservoir, San Diego1978 18070304 San Diegoeradicated
1437478 dioecious hydrillaCASan Diegonorth shore of Padre Bay, Murray Reservoir, San Diego.1978 18070304 San Diegoeradicated
229006 dioecious hydrillaFLLevySuwannee River, lower part of the river, around springs including Rock Springs and Fanning Springs1978 03110205 Lower Suwanneeestablished
230387 dioecious hydrillaGADecaturLake Seminole1978 03130008 Lower Flintestablished
213691 dioecious hydrillaGADoughertyRadium Springs, near Albany1978 03130008 Lower Flintestablished
213692 dioecious hydrillaGASeminole/DecaturLake Seminole1978 03130010 Springestablished
213694 dioecious hydrillaGAWorthWorth County1978 03110204 Littleestablished
862534 hydrillaGU Agana Springs1978 22010000 Guamestablished

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