Najas gracillima
(slender waternymph)
Plants
Native Transplant

7 results for Najas gracillima (slender waternymph)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1440726 CAButteHarter's Cherokee Ranch located on the w side of Hwy 99 between Hwy 149 and Dry Creek.1988 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1436100 CAButteRice Experiment Station on the south side of Hwy 162, ca. 3.5 miles north-northwest of Biggs.1991 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1436258 CAButteSacramento River National Wildlife Refuge, Llano Seco Unit. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service parcel between 7 Mile Lane and the Sacramento River. In shallow water on the S side of Tract 3.1, Sanctuary II.1996 18020158 Butte Creekestablished
1436126 CAButteUpper Bidwell Park, Chico, along the n edge of Horseshoe Lake.1983 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1436139 CAButteWurlitzer Unit, Vina Plains Preserve.1988 18020157 Big Chico Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished
1436114 CAPlumasN tip of Round Valley Reservoir, by rd 204, ca. 3 air mi s of Greenville.1981 18020122 East Branch North Fork Featherestablished
1436180 CATehamajust ne of Red Bluff (Sacramento River); Sacramento River1971 18020155 Paynes Creek-Sacramento Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/1/2022].

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