Ludwigia decurrens
(wingleaf primrose-willow)
Plants
Native Transplant

11 results for Ludwigia decurrens (wingleaf primrose-willow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1634171 CAButteAgricultural fields between Richvale and Highway 162, east of Midway, next to rice fields2014 18020158 Butte Creekunknown
1634170 CAButteAgricultural fields between Richvale and Highway 162, west of Midway, next to rice fields2014 18020158 Butte Creekunknown
1428142 CAButteAlong rice field edges and canal ditches. Generally absent from inside the rice fields.2016 18020158 Butte Creekunknown
1428140 CAButtesouth-southwest of Richvale2011 18020158 Butte Creekunknown
1651918 GAJohnsonJohnson, Georgia, United States2018 03070107 Ohoopeeestablished
1635293 PALancasterWeise Island, Susquehanna River1987 02050306 Lower Susquehannaunknown
1670454 PRFajardoCa. 1-2 km from rte 3 along rte 9851990 21010005 Eastern Puerto Ricounknown
1670458 PRJuncosE bank of Río Valenciano, Bo. Ceiba Sur1992 21010005 Eastern Puerto Ricounknown
1670459 PRNaguaboarea on E side of Rt 191, just N of Rt 31, Bo. Río Blanco1999 21010005 Eastern Puerto Ricounknown
1670457 PRRio GrandeCa. 1-2 km N of rte 3 along rte 968 to Coco Beach1990 21010005 Eastern Puerto Ricounknown
1650629 TXUvaldeTexas, United States2009 12110106 Upper Frioestablished

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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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