Nymphaea caerulea
(Egyptian lotus)
Plants
Exotic

5 results for Nymphaea caerulea (Egyptian lotus)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1545257 HIHawaii[No locality description provided]2018 20010000 Hawaiiestablished
1546630 HIHawaiiNorth Kohala Dist, Hawi Quadrangle, Parker Ranch, Vic. of Kehena Reservoir1992 20010000 Hawaiiunknown
1462385 HIHawaiiPunaluu Black Sand Beach Park2018 20010000 Hawaiiestablished
1333575 PRIsabela MunicipioLlanadas, bank of Guajataca River, c. 0.25 km from gate that leads to dirt road that borders the Guajataca River and gets into the mogote "El Costillar" site2011 21010002 Cibuco-Guajatacaestablished
1333551 PRSanta Isabel MunicipioPaso Seco, antes de la represa del lago1996 21010004 Southern Puerto Ricounknown

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