Cabomba caroliniana
Cabomba caroliniana
(Carolina fanwort)
Native Transplant

7 results for Cabomba caroliniana (Carolina fanwort)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3944 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal Field The presence of fanwort in residential lakes may impact the property value and recreational value... 35193
3948 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal N/A The long stems of Cambomba caroliniana impact boating and recreation, getting tangled in paddles... 35194
4029 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal N/A The dense aggregations of Cabomba caroliniana clogs waterways, impacting recreation. 17952
5669 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal N/A Cabomba caroliniana grows in dense mats which interferes with aquatic recreational... 35236
5695 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal Field The dense growth of Cabomba caroliniana can impede and/or prevent freshwater recreation. 28750
7878 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal N/A Cabomba caroliniana's dense mass of underwater leaves and stems provides a tangling hazard... 42452
7879 Cabomba caroliniana Recreation Anecdotal N/A At Kasshabog Lake, Ontario, Cabomba caroliniana (Carolina fanwort) has become a nuisance... 35193

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