Ludwigia peploides glabrescens
Ludwigia peploides glabrescens
(floating primrose-willow)
Plants
Native Transplant

13 results for Ludwigia peploides glabrescens (floating primrose-willow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1617121 NCDurhamEno River Diabase Preserve2016 03020201 Upper Neuseestablished
1633747 NCGastonShorts Lake within Crowders Mountain State Park2012 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
1617120 NCMecklenburgWetland adjacent to Rea Rd., 1 mi. S. of NC 51. At Piper Glen1996 03050103 Lower Catawbaestablished
1320746 NJEssexGreat Piece Meadows2014 02030103 Hackensack-Passaicunknown
1320745 NJMorrisPia Costa Lake1890 02030103 Hackensack-Passaicextirpated
1333273 PABucksLake Luxembourg (BUCKS)2012 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
1333250 PABucksLake Luxembourg (BUCKS)2012 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
1333261 PABucksLake Luxembourg (BUCKS)2012 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
1333236 PABucksLake Luxembourg (BUCKS)2015 02040201 Crosswicks-Neshaminyestablished
1655119 VA Vola Lawson Animal Shelter, ca. 0.1 km northwest of the intersection of the asphalt pedestrian path and Eisenhower Avenue; common in open wet depression near the north bank of Cameron Run2004 02070010 Middle Potomac-Anacostia-Occoquanestablished
1651357 VAFairfaxabove the falls in Great Falls National Park, shallow water, Potomac River1986 02070008 Middle Potomac-Catoctinestablished
1651358 VAFairfaxBelle Haven Marina on the Potomac River below Alexandria1990 02070010 Middle Potomac-Anacostia-Occoquanestablished
1651359 VAFairfaxPotomac River along the border of tidal marsh below Dyke Marsh, ca. 2 mi. S. of the City of Alexandria1990 02070010 Middle Potomac-Anacostia-Occoquanestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/19/2021].

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