Nymphaea odorata
Nymphaea odorata
(American white waterlily)
Native Transplant

700 results for Nymphaea odorata (American white waterlily)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1441686 American white waterlilyAZLa PazCibola National Wildlife Refuge.2001 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
232368 American white waterlilyCA San Bernadino Mountains1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverestablished
232366 American white waterlilyCA Lake Tahoe1993 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1677780 American white waterlilyCAAlameda[No locality description provided]2017 18050004 San Francisco Bay 
232367 American white waterlilyCAButteButte County1993 18020100 Lower Sacramentoestablished
1441660 American white waterlilyCAButteButte county, near 10645 Oroville-Quincy Highway, Berry Creek, CA 95916, USA2013 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
1441468 American white waterlilyCAButteCa. 4 mi s of jct of Chico-Butte Hwy and Ord Ferry Rd, ca. 20 mi s of Chico.1977 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1441688 American white waterlilyCAButteIrrifation ditch, ca. 5 mi s of jct of Chico-Butte Hwy and Ord Ferry Rd, ca. 20 mi s of Chico.1978 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1441806 American white waterlilyCAButteLake Madrone, near the dam, alongside Oroville-Quincy Highway.2014 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
1441731 American white waterlilyCAButteMadrone Lake (Berry Creek).1981 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
1441835 American white waterlilyCAButteUpper Bidwell Park, in Horseshoe Lake.1983 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1671437 American white waterlilyCAEl Dorado[No locality description provided]2017 18040013 Upper Cosumnes 
1441834 American white waterlilyCAEl Doradobetween Tallac and Emerald Bay2000 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1441702 American white waterlilyCAEl Doradonear Lake Tahoe (Tallac Marsh); Tallac Marsh1920 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
1441729 American white waterlilyCAGlennGlenn County canal near Rd. 48, Willows.2001 18020104 Sacramento-Stone Corralestablished
1441730 American white waterlilyCAMarinTennessee Valley, pond east of ranch buildings1997 18050005 Tomales-Drake Baysestablished
1728267 American white waterlilyCAOrange[No locality description provided]2023 18070106 San Gabriel 
1441732 American white waterlilyCASan BernardinoLost Lake near Swarthout Canyon Road, Wrightwood.1976 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
1441836 American white waterlilyCASan BernardinoLost Lake, Cajon Pass.1976 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
1441807 American white waterlilyCASan BernardinoLost Lake, Lone Pine Canyon2008 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
1441728 American white waterlilyCASan DiegoCamp Pendleton: Training Area Romeo 11; southeast of San Onofre Peak; along Horno Canyon Road east of El Camino Real and Hwy I-5. Square: E32012 18070301 Aliso-San Onofreestablished
1441685 American white waterlilyCASan DiegoCamp Pendleton: Training Area Romeo II; southeast of San Onofre Peak; along Horno Canyon Road east of El Camino Real and I-52012 18070301 Aliso-San Onofreestablished
1441441 American white waterlilyCAShastaShasta-Trinity National Forest; unnamed pond in Flat Woods, on E rim Pit River Canyon, about 3 air miles SE of Big Bend1996 18020003 Lower Pitestablished
1441440 American white waterlilyCAYuba10 mi northeast of Marysville.2000 18020125 Upper Yubaestablished
230627 American white waterlilyIDBenewahChatcolet Lake, Rocky Point.1983 17010304 St. Joeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/23/2024].

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