Marsilea oligospora
(Pacific waterclover)
Plants
Native Transplant

10 results for Marsilea oligospora (Pacific waterclover)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1328593 FLLakeEmeralda Marsh, Treasure Island Entrance, St. Johns River Water Management Area2002 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328594 FLLakeEmeralda Marsh, W of Hwy 452. Heavy soil along damp shoreline of diked impoundment of Lake Griffin2002 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328596 FLLakeEmeralda Marsh, W of Hwy 452. Heavy soil along damp shoreline of diked impoundment of Lake Griffin2004 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328599 FLLakeOrange Bend1891 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328592 FLLakeOrange Bend, E & W side of road intersecting N of E Treasure Island Rd2002 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328595 FLLakeOrange Bend, E & W side of road intersecting N of E Treasure Island Rd2004 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328614 FLLakeVicinity of Eustis1894 03080102 Oklawahaestablished
1328590 FLSeminoleroadside ditch to Soldier Creek; 2.5 miles west of Lake Jesup, west of S.R. 17-921986 03080101 Upper St. Johnsunknown
1328591 FLSeminoleroadside ditch to Soldier Creek; 2.5 miles west of Lake Jesup, west of S.R. 17-922000 03080101 Upper St. Johnsunknown
1328597 FLVolusiaretention pond mitigation area, Wild Cat Lane, Ormond Beach2006 03080201 Daytona-St. Augustineunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/2/2020].

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