Salvinia minima
Salvinia minima
(water spangles)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Salvinia minima (water spangles)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2477 Salvinia minima Competition Experimental Field Competition for resources was documented, where Salvinia minima decreased the abundance of... 15944
3038 Salvinia minima Recreation Observational Field Salvinia minima restricts boat access and impedes other recreational activities such as... 31435
6487 Salvinia minima Competition Observational Field In Texas, Salvinia minima was observed shading out some submersed plant species. 13030
6488 Salvinia minima Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Dense infestations of Salvinia minima block out sunlight and decrease oxygen concentration... 41993
6489 Salvinia minima Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Salvinia minima is known to outcompete other floating plants and shade out submerged... 41993
6490 Salvinia minima Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Salvinia minima can clog irrigation systems, interfere with power production, and clog... 41993
6491 Salvinia minima Commerce Anecdotal N/A Salvinia minima can negatively affect fisheries. 41993
6492 Salvinia minima Recreation Anecdotal N/A Salvinia minima produces excessive surface growth, which can impede waterways and restrict... 41993

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