Sporobolus anglicus
Sporobolus anglicus
(common cordgrass)
Plants
Exotic Hybrid

9 results for Sporobolus anglicus (common cordgrass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
260765 BC Pacific Ocean, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada2007 32505700 Oregon, Washington, Vancouver Coast and Shelfestablished
1442331 CAMarinAt Blackie's Pasture, Tiburon. On upper zone of beach/mudflat in the Salicornia habiat and along creek bank flowing into Richardson Bay at Blackie's Pasture.2000 18050002 San Pablo Bayestablished
228809 CAMarinCreekside Park Marsh1977 18050002 San Pablo Bayestablished
621461 CAMarinMarin County1977 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
621462 CAMarinMarin County1985 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
230646 WAIslandCamano Island1995 17110019 Puget Soundestablished
228807 WAIslandWhidby Island1995 17110019 Puget Soundestablished
228808 WASnohomishPort Gardner1995 17110019 Puget Soundestablished
228810 WASnohomishStillaguamish Estuary, Puget Sound1962 17110008 Stillaguamishestablished

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