Mieniplotia scabra
Mieniplotia scabra
(Pagoda tiara)

5 results for Mieniplotia scabra (Pagoda tiara)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1446602 FLHendryCaloosahatchee River, at Bob Mason Park in LaBelle2018 3090205 Caloosahatcheeestablished
1456663 FLLee10 mile canal at the Danley Street bridge2018 3090204 Big Cypress Swampestablished
261241 FLMartinconfluence of C-44 Canal (St. Lucie River) and L-65 Canal in Port Mayaca2006 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastunknown
254025 FLPalm BeachPalm Beach Canal [just E of Lake Okeechobee near Bryant]2007 3090202 Evergladescollected
254026 FLPalm BeachPalm Beach Canal [just E of Lake Okeechobee near Bryant]2007 3090202 Evergladesunknown

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