Azolla pinnata
Azolla pinnata
(mosquito fern)
Plants
Exotic

8 results for Azolla pinnata (mosquito fern)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3149 Azolla pinnata Infrastructure Observational Field Azolla pinnata caused blocked water pipes in South Africa. 33862
3150 Azolla pinnata Habitat Alteration Observational Field Azolla pinnata caused waters to develop a sulfurous odor due to fish kills, decreasing the... 33862
3151 Azolla pinnata Aquaculture/Agriculture Anecdotal N/A Azolla pinnata developed the body fat of pigs and ducks in Indochina. 33863
3152 Azolla pinnata Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Azolla pinnata has been used as a green manure prior to the establishment of the French... 33864
3153 Azolla pinnata Recreation Anecdotal N/A Azolla pinnata spreads vegetatively, forming dense mats that interfere with boating... 33865
3154 Azolla pinnata Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Azolla pinnata reduces light and dissolved oxygen to submersed plants and animals through... 33865
3155 Azolla pinnata Competition Experimental Laboratory Azolla pinnata reproduces faster than A. rubra within the same niche. 32079
3156 Azolla pinnata Competition Experimental Field Dual-cropping of Azolla pinnata in rice fields significantly reduced populations of... 33866

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