Cabomba caroliniana
Cabomba caroliniana
(Carolina fanwort)
Native Transplant

6 results for Cabomba caroliniana (Carolina fanwort)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3941 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Anecdotal Field Fanwort grows densely, and displaces native populations, creating monocultures in bays of Kasshabog... 35193
3945 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Anecdotal Field Cabomba caroliniana has displaced native plants in New Hampshire. 10145
3946 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Anecdotal N/A Cambomba caroliniana smothers native plants, such as Potamogeton spp., Chara spp., and... 35194
5667 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Observational Field Cabomba caroliniana forms dense stands of vegetation which crowds out native species of... 35236
5696 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Anecdotal Field Cabomba caroliniana grows in dense stands that can crowd out other native freshwater... 28750
5697 Cabomba caroliniana Competition Anecdotal Field Cabomba caroliniana grows new shoots rapidly which creates dense leaf canopies at the... 17290

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