Specimen Information

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]
Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]
(dioecious hydrilla)
Plants
Exotic

Specimen ID259162
GroupPlants
GenusHydrilla
Speciesverticillata [dioecious]
Common Namedioecious hydrilla
StateIA
CountyScott
LocalityRiehle ornamental pond near Davenport and Mississippi River
Mapping AccuracyApproximate
HUC8 NameCopperas-Duck
HUC8 Number07080101
Map
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Collection Year1971
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayhitch hiker in aquaculture
Statuseradicated
Reference 1
Ref. Number:10666
Author:Les, D.H., L.J. Merhoff, M.A. Cleland, and J.D. Gabel
Date:1997
Title:Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in Connecticut.
Journal:Journal of Aquatic Plant Management
Volume:35
Pages:10-14
Reference 2
Ref. Number:27772
Author:Haller, W.T.
Date:1982
Title:Hydrilla goes to Washington
Journal:Aquatics
Volume:4
Issue:4
Pages:6-7
Reference 3
Ref. Number:27774
Author:Sample, J.
Date:1972
Title:Hydrilla in Iowa
Journal:Weed Trees and Turf
Publisher:Weeds Trees and Turf
Volume:Cleveland, OH
Issue:October 1972
Pages:2
Reference 4
Ref. Number:27776
Author:Shearer, J.F.
Date:2014
Title:Surveys for pathogens of monoecious hydrilla in 2013
Publisher:APCRP Technical Notes Collection ERDC/TN APCRP-BC-34
Pages:13 pp
CommentsReported eradicated
Record TypeLiterature
Earliest Recordstate
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater


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