Egeria densa
Egeria densa
(Brazilian waterweed)

5 results for Egeria densa (Brazilian waterweed)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3167 Egeria densa Recreation Observational Field Egeria densa has impacted boating, hunting, swimming, fishing, and public access on a... 33880
3175 Egeria densa Recreation Observational Field Egeria densa interferes with boat traffic in Australia. 29775
7000 Egeria densa Recreation Observational Field Dense beds of Egeria densa can interfere with recreational uses of a waterbody by... 42092
7001 Egeria densa Recreation Anecdotal N/A Dense Egeria densa populations have caused significant negative effects in the fishing... 42099
7006 Egeria densa Recreation Anecdotal N/A Egeria densa was marketed to add oxygen to water and sold for aquaculture use in home... 42101

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