Eichhornia crassipes
Eichhornia crassipes
(common water-hyacinth)
Plants
Exotic

6 results for Eichhornia crassipes (common water-hyacinth)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3505 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Observational Field Growth of Pontederia crassipes occurs at a higher rate than other floating plants, forming... 34001
7008 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Observational Laboratory Eichhornia crassipes is very efficient in taking up calcium, magnesium, sulfur, ferric... 42102
7009 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Anecdotal N/A Eichhornia crassipes is an invasive weed known to out-compete native plants and negatively... 42102
7010 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Observational Field In 1994, about 10 km2 of Dianchi Lake in the Yunnan Province of China was completely... 42103
7011 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Observational Field In Lake Okeechobee, Eichhornia crassipes displaced native bulrush and shaded out native... 42104
7662 Eichhornia crassipes Competition Anecdotal N/A Dense mats of Eichhornia crassipes block light and reduce phytoplankton productivity. 42428

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