Bacopa egensis
(Brazilian waterhyssop)

11 results for Bacopa egensis (Brazilian waterhyssop)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
242204 ARAshleyAshley county2007 08040205 Bayou Bartholomewestablished
1632581 ARUnion[No locality description provided]2018 08040202 Lower Ouachita-Bayou De Loutreestablished
1545148 ARUnionLake Jack Lee, Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge1995 08040202 Lower Ouachita-Bayou De Loutreestablished
242203 LAAvoyellesAvoyelles Parish2007 08040300 Lower Redestablished
232324 LAGrantGrant Parish1966 11140207 Lower Red-Lake Iattestablished
242202 LAGrantGrant Parish1966 08040304 Littleestablished
232322 LALa SalleCatahoula Lake1933 08040304 Littleestablished
232323 LALa SalleOld River1966 08040304 Littleestablished
230806 LARapidesAlexandria1930 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
232325 LARapidesRapides Parish1966 08080102 Bayou Techeestablished
233071 LAUnionUnion Parish1998 08040200 Lower Ouachitaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/29/2022].

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