Ludwigia grandiflora
Ludwigia grandiflora
(large-flower primrose-willow)
Plants
Exotic

10 results for Ludwigia grandiflora (large-flower primrose-willow)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3488 Ludwigia grandiflora Food Web Experimental Field Ludwigia grandiflora increased pollinator visits to Lythrum salicaria in mixed... 32944
3490 Ludwigia grandiflora Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Experimental Laboratory Ludwigia grandiflora inhibited the germination and increased mortality of Nasturtium... 32930
3495 Ludwigia grandiflora Habitat Alteration Observational Field Ludwigia grandiflora can grow as impenetrable mats at the water surface, blocking incoming... 28428
3498 Ludwigia grandiflora Habitat Alteration Observational Field Native plant species richness, especially submerged plants, declined in ponds with high abundance... 32943
3499 Ludwigia grandiflora Competition Observational Field Native plant species richness, especially floating and emergent plants occupying the same water... 32943
3503 Ludwigia grandiflora Food Web Observational Field Invertebrate richness and abundance declined in ponds with high abundance of Ludwigia... 32943
4163 Ludwigia grandiflora Food Web Experimental Field When Ludwigia grandiflora was present in high abundance, pollinator densities increased by... 32944
4164 Ludwigia grandiflora Food Web Experimental Field High cover of Ludwigia grandiflora increased visitation from Syrphidae species and... 32944
4165 Ludwigia grandiflora Food Web Experimental Field Ludwigia grandiflora is highly attractive to and visited frequently by honeybees to... 32944
4166 Ludwigia grandiflora Habitat Alteration Observational Field Entire lake systems can be taken over by Ludwigia grandiflora, reducing open water... 35851

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/28/2021].

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