Selaginella uncinata
(peacock spikemoss)

7 results for Selaginella uncinata (peacock spikemoss)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1672808 ALDaleOzark, AL 36360, USA2010 03140201 Upper Choctawhatchee 
1327268 ALMonroelime-clay near mouth of cave at edge of quarry, 2 mi N of Mexia near Monroeville1954 03150204 Lower Alabamaextirpated
1327271 ARGarlandGarvan Woodland Gardens2010 08040101 Ouachita Headwatersestablished
1327272 ARPulaskiAllsopp Park, Little Rock2010 11110207 Lower Arkansas-Maumelleestablished
1327269 LAOrleansyard of Pennybaker residence, Jefferson Ave1940 08090203 Eastern Louisiana Coastalextirpated
1327273 MSJeffersonCa. 0.25 mi. W of Alcorn Campus1978 08060100 Lower Mississippi-Natchezextirpated
1327270 SCSumterE side of Black River Swamp and just N of house at "Wenee Woods", a portion of Dabbs residence on N side of US 378, 5.9 air mi SSE of Mayesville2013 03040205 Blackestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/8/2023].

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