Limnophila indica
Limnophila indica
(Indian marshweed)

7 results for Limnophila indica (Indian marshweed)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1327267 FLOrangeCypress [Taxodium] swamp at end of Shanewood Court off of Town Loop Boulevard2007 03090101 Kissimmeeextirpated
228738 FLPinellasCorner of 9th St N and 90th Ave N, in Salix/Juncus marsh, R16T, T30S, Sec24, NE of SE.1983 03100206 Tampa Bayextirpated
1697462 GASeminoleLake Seminole, Spring Creek arm1970 03130010 Spring 
234452 LAAcadiaRice Exp. Station, 2.5 miles NE of Crowley1972 08080201 Mermentau Headwatersestablished
234453 LAAllenrice field, S of LA 104, E of LA 26, E of Oberlin; Sect. 30, T5S, R2W1981 08080201 Mermentau Headwatersestablished
234454 LAJefferson Davisrice field, intersection of LA 101 and I-10, N of Lacassine; Sect. 19, T9S, R5W1986 08080202 Mermentauestablished
228739 TX Texas-Gulf drainage (HUC 12100000)1970 12100000 Texas-Gulfestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/16/2024].

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