Limnobium spongia
(frogbite)
Plants
Native Transplant

9 results for Limnobium spongia (frogbite)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1473571 CTTollandNE Mansfield, Cabin Rd, 0.15 km S of Windham Co. line, 0.9 km E of Wormwood Hill Rd, S end of Knowlton Pond1998 01100002 Shetucket Riverextirpated
1670922 FLOkaloosaOkaloosa, Florida, United States2016 03140103 Yellow 
1699360 KYMadison[No locality description provided]2022 05100205 Lower Kentucky 
1671481 MSGeorgeGeorge County, MS, USA2017 03170006 Pascagoula 
1671004 NCHydeHyde County, NC, USA2016 03020105 Pamlico Sound 
1546837 NYCayugaca 9.6 km WNW of Hannibal just N of North Fair Haven, along Lake Ontario2014 04140101 Irondequoit-Ninemilefailed
1473572 NYMonroeBradock's Bay1850 04280002 Lake Ontariofailed
1546835 NYMonroeshores of Lake Ontario, in the town of Greece1828 04280002 Lake Ontariofailed
1546836 NYOswegoRice Creek Pond, off Brownell Rd, SW of Oswego2014 04140101 Irondequoit-Ninemilefailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/9/2022].

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