Nymphoides peltata
Nymphoides peltata
(yellow floating-heart)

5 results for Nymphoides peltata (yellow floating-heart)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2157 Nymphoides peltata Recreation Experimental Field The leaves of Nymphoides, Nelumbo, Nymphaea, potamogeton spp. and others also completely blanket... 33538
2171 Nymphoides peltata Recreation Observational Field Dense stands of N. peltata in recreational areas impede fishing, boating, and swimming 33524
2182 Nymphoides peltata Recreation Observational Field Even as an indigenous species in China, N. peltata is expanding rapidly in waterways and lakes... 33527
2185 Nymphoides peltata Recreation Observational Field Control efforts in Sweden involving the mechanical cutting and removal of N. peltata are estimated... 33533
8823 Nymphoides peltata Recreation Anecdotal N/A In locations outside the Great Lakes, dense mats of yellow floating heart (Nymphoides... 25601

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