Nymphoides peltata
Nymphoides peltata
(yellow floating-heart)

6 results for Nymphoides peltata (yellow floating-heart)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2160 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Observational Field When associated with other common free floating plants such as duckweeds, Salvinia natans... 33538
2165 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Experimental Field When compared to macrophyte-free sites, Nymphoides peltata dominated sites supported... 28496
2180 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Observational Field When colonies are dense, plants compete with and displace indigenous vegetation, sometimes reducing... 33527
8813 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Anecdotal N/A Depending on the extent of the yellow floating heart (Nymphoides peltata) population, the... 28457
8814 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Anecdotal N/A Nymphoides peltata can outcompete native plant species. The reduction in native plant... 35286
8815 Nymphoides peltata Food Web Anecdotal N/A If the population of yellow floating heart is large enough and degrades habitat, fish and... 35287

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