Potamogeton crispus
Potamogeton crispus
(curly-leaf pondweed)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Potamogeton crispus (curly-leaf pondweed)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3142 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Anecdotal N/A The summer die-offs of Potamogeton crispus cause low dissolved oxygen and increase... 17917
3418 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Anecdotal N/A Potamogeton crispus creates large mats that interfere with recreation. 17917
3420 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Anecdotal N/A Potamogeton crispus creates large mats that interfere with recreation. 33974
3422 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Anecdotal N/A Potamogeton crispus creates large mats that interfere with recreation. 28405
3463 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Observational Field The dense mats formed by Potamogeton crispus have had a negative impact on recreation in... 16463
3467 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Observational Field The dense mats created by Potamogeton crispus impact boating and other recreation on... 17284
3468 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Observational Field Potamogeton crispus has dominated Lake Benton, Minnesota and affected recreation, leading... 17825
3485 Potamogeton crispus Recreation Anecdotal N/A Potamogeton crispus grows in dense stands that impede water-based recreation. 17902

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