Puccinellia maritima
(seaside alkaligrass)
Plants
Exotic

26 results for Puccinellia maritima (seaside alkaligrass)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1442031 CAAlameda[No locality description information provided]2013 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441780 CAAlamedaAlameda Flood Control Channel2013 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442218 CAAlamedaAt Ideal Marsh North in Don Edwards Wildlife refuge. Infestation is primarily on the outboard side of marsh. There several dense patches. The largest 100-150m by 40m. There is also many individual plants.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442140 CAAlamedaIdeal Marsh has an early infestion of P. maritima.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441822 CAAlamedaIn the edges of wetlands along the dirt road at Radio Beach, Emeryville.2011 18050002 San Pablo Bayunknown
1442139 CAAlamedaThis is an observation for a coworker of mine. He observed a dense colonization of puccinellia at the mouth of Old Alameda Creek. It was rapidly colonizing where hybrid spartina use to be.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442220 CASan FranciscoHeron's Head Park2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442034 CASan FranciscoHeron's Head Park, San Francisco. General location marked by point.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442217 CASan MateoBird Island in the middle of the marsh and outer edges. Shown in photo is colonizing p. maritima on shoreline area of this marsh.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442032 CASan MateoGreco Island North: Outer edges and channels edges most effected2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442222 CASan MateoI observed this patch last year. I have not checked on it this year yet, but I am entering it at the bequest of BAEDN.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441824 CASan MateoLarge portions of Bair Island are covered by a dense monoculture of a grass peter baye has identified as P. maritima.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442136 CASan MateoNorthern Outer Bair Island: Infestation over the entire island. Densest at the edges of channel berms and outer edge of island2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442141 CASan MateoRedwood City. NE of the boat harbor on Bait Island.1968 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442033 CASan MateoReporting A. Ennis of ISP siting. Don't have full extent information need to visit this location2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442137 CASan MateoReporting mapping information of Jude Stalker and Anastasia Ennis of the Invasive Spartina project.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441826 CASan MateoSan Bruno.1932 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442037 CASan MateoSan Mateo City limits on San Mateo Bridge approach. On San Francisco Bay margin.1946 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442036 CASan MateoSanchez Marsh is densely infested with P. maritima.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442138 CASan MateoSanchez Marsh, Burlingame, CA2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441825 CASan MateoSeal Slough is heavily infested with P. Maritima esp on bare marsh.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442219 CASan MateoSeal Slough, Foster City, CA.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1442035 CASan MateoThe outer edge of Greco Island in highly invaded with Puccinellia.2010 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441823 CASan MateoWetlands surrounding Oyster Point Marina harbormaster office.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
1441821 CASanta Clarain S. foliosa meadow at Slough. One single plant---no in flower yet, but forming a mat.2011 18050004 San Francisco Bayunknown
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