Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Hygrophila polysperma listed in key words.

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10598 Journal Article Angerstein, M.B., and D.E. Lemke. 1994. First records of the aquatic weed Hygrophila polysperma (Acanthaceae) from Texas. SIDA, Contributions to Botany 16(2):365-371.
42848 Database Anonymous. 2023. Ft. Myers Fish Slam data.
29659 Report Aquatic Nuisance Species Program. 2017. Draft 2017 Annual South Carolina Aquatic Plant Management Plan - Part II. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Columbia, SC.
29238 Database Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 2021. Botanical Research Institute of Texas Philecology Herbarium (BRIT). SEINet Data Portal. http// Accessed on 04/06/2021.
24369 Database Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. 2019. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. Accessed on 01/27/2019.
42130 Report Champion, P.D., D.E. Hofstra, and J.S. Clayton. 2007. Border control for potential aquatic weeds. Science & Technical Publishing, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand.
28165 Database Clark, J.L. (curator), J. Lopez-Bautista (curator), S. Ginzbarg, R.R. Haynes, and B. Keener. 2009. University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA). University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.
28650 Conference Proceedings Cuda, J.P., and D.L. Sutton. 2000. Is the aquatic weed hygrophila, Hygrophila polysperma (Polemoniales: Acanthaceae), a suitable target for classical biological control? Pages 337-348 in Spencer, N.R, ed. Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, 4-14 July 1999. Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
32651 Book De Thabrew, W.V. 2014. A Manual of Water Plants. AuthorHouse, Bloomington, IN.
31299 Journal Article Doyle, R.D., M.D. Francis, and R.M. Smart. 2003. Interference competition between Ludwigia repens and Hygrophila polysperma: two morphologically similar aquatic plant species. Aquatic Botany 77(3):223-234.
32652 Journal Article Duke, D., P. O'Quinn, and D.L. Sutton. 2000. Control of hygrophila and other aquatic weeds in the Old Plantation Water Control District. Aquatics 22(3):4-8.
10790 Journal Article Duke, Dennis, Pat O'Quinn, and D.L. Sutton. 2000. Control of Hygrophila and other Aquatic Weeds in the Old Plantation water control districts. Aquatics 22(3):4-8.
10661 Database Farid, A. (curator). 2018. University of South Florida Herbarium (USF). University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
31585 Report Findeisen, J., and G. Binion. 2014. Dunlap Reservoir 2013 Fisheries Management Survey Report. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Mathis, TX.
31302 Report FL DEP (Florida Department of Environmental Protection). 2007. Status of the aquatic plant maintenance program in Florida public waters. Annual Report Fiscal Year 2005-2006. Florida Department of Environmental Protection - Bureau of Invasive Plant Management.
28791 Database Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Invasive Plant Management Section. 2017. Annual aquatic plant survey 1982-2017. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Tallahassee, FL.
10702 Database Florida Museum of Natural History. 2021. University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS). Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL.
31301 Web Page GISD (Global Invasive Species Database). 2005. Hygrophila polysperma (aquatic plant). Accessed on 08/19/2014.
31300 Web Page Hall, D.W., V.V. Vandiver, and C.J. Gray. 2003. East Indian Hygrophila, Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anderson. Accessed on 08/20/2014.
28652 Report Harman, W.N. 2011. Catskill Region Aquatic Nuisance Species Survey for the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development. SUNY Oneonta, Biological Field Station, Oneonta, NY.
29296 Database Harris, E. 2011. University of Central Florida Herbarium (FTU). University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
28811 Journal Article Hook, M.W., and J.B. Nelson. 2011. Noteworthy Collections: South Carolina. Castanea 76(2):195-196.
32654 Journal Article Hussner, A, K. Van de Weyer, E.M. Gross, and S. Hilt. 2010. Comments on increasing number and abundance of non-indigenous aquatic macrophyte species in Germany. Weed Research 50:515-526.
29769 Book Kasselmann, C. 1995. Aquarienpflanzen. Stuttgart:Ulmer.
23137 Journal Article Kay, S.H., and S.T. Hoyle. 2001. Mail order, the internet, and invasive aquatic weeds. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 39(1):88-91.
27722 Database Keener, B.R., A.R. Diamond, L.J. Davenport, P.G. Davison, S.L. Ginzbarg, C.J. Hansen, C.S. Major, D.D. Spaulding, J.K. Triplett, and M. Woods. 2017. Alabama Plant Atlas. [S.M. Landry and K.N. Campbell (original application development), Florida Center for Community Design and Research. University of South Florida]. University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.
10192 Journal Article Les, D.H., and R.P. Wunderlin. 1981. Hygrophila polysperma (Acanthaceae) in Florida. Florida Scientist 44(3):189-192.
28190 Database Louisiana State University. 2020. Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium (LSU). SEINet Data Portal. Accessed on 04/30/2021.
31288 Journal Article Maki K., and S. Galatowitsch. 2003. Movement of invasive aquatic plants into Minnesota (USA) through horticultural trade. Biological Conservation 118(3):389-396.
14075 Journal Article Maki, K., and S. Galatowitsch. 2004. Movement of invasive aquatic plants into Minnesota (USA) through horticultural trade. Biological Conservation 118:389-396.
10662 Database Mast, A.R., A. Stuy, G. Nelson, A. Bugher, N. Weddington, J. Vega, K. Weismantel, D.S. Feller, and D. Paul. 2004. Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium (FSU). Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
31296 Journal Article Mora-Olivo, A., T.F. Daniel, M. Martinez. 2008. First record in the Mexican flora of Hygrophila polysperma (Acanthaceae), an aquatic weed. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 79(1):265-269.
31289 Journal Article Mukherjee A., D. Williams, M.A. Gitzendanner, W.A. Overholt, J.P. Cuda. 2016. Microsatellite and chloroplast DNA diversity of the invasive aquatic weed Hygrophila polysperma in native and invasive ranges. Aquatic Botany 129:55-61. https://ac-els-cdn-com/S0304377015300334/1-s2.0-S0304377015300334-main.pdf?_tid=b2426fba-5465-4d7c-9701-d6cf26aa7fbb&acdnat=1522270248_aee599dba814276b2d33e5b0ad8c8b3a.
31295 Report Nault, M.E., and A. Mikulyuk. 2009. East Indian Hygrophila (Hygrophila polysperma): a technical review of distribution, ecology, impacts, and management. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Science Services, PUB-SS-1049 2009, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
31859 Report Neahr, T., and J. Findeisen. 2006. Lake McQueeney 2005 Survey Report. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Mathis, TX.
28478 Database Nelson, J. (curator). 2015. Andrew Charles Moore Herbarium (USCH). University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
32970 Web Page Osceola County. 2012. Hydrilla & Hygrophila Demonstration Project FAQ’s. Accessed on 08/20/2014.
22751 Journal Article Owens, C.S., J.D. Madsen, R.M. Smart, and R.M. Stewart. 2001. Dispersal of native and nonnative aquatic plant species in the San Marcos River, Texas. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 39(1):75-79.
31294 Web Page Ramey, V. 2001. East Indian hygrophila (Hygrophila polysperma). Accessed on 03/29/2018.
28651 Journal Article Reams, Jr., W.M. 1953. The occurrence and ontogeny of hydathodes in Hygrophila polysperma T. Anders. New Phytologist 52(1):8-13.
32655 Journal Article Reams, W.M. Jr. 1953. The occurrence and ontogeny of hydathodes in Hygrophila polysperma T. Anders. New Phytologist 52:8-13.
14457 Journal Article Rixon, C.A.M., I.C. Duggan, N.M.N. Bergeron, A. Ricciardi, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2005. Invasion risks posed by the aquarium trade and live fish markets on the Laurentian Great Lakes. Biodiversity and Conservation 14:1365-1381.
29256 Database Robertson, K., G. Nelson, A. Bugher, A. Stuy, and A.R. Mast. 2010. Tall Timbers Research Station Herbarium (TTRS). Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.
31293 Report Robinson, M. 2003. Potential invader, Eastern Indian Hygrophila: an exotic aquatic plant. Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Office of Water Resources, Lakes and Ponds Program, Boston, MA.
32657 Book Romanowski, N. 2011. Wetland weeds: causes, cures, and compromises. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.
32659 Report SC DNR (South Carolina Department of Natural Resources). 2010. Aquatic Nuisance Species Program Illegal Aquatic Plants: Hygrophila (Hygrophila polysperma). Accessed 19 August 2014.
32971 Report Schmitz D.C. 1985. Hygrophila polysperma - a review of the scientific literature. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Tallahassee, FL.
32660 Journal Article Schmitz, D.C. 1985. Limnophila and Hygrophila: a review and physiological assessment of their weed potential in Florida. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 23:7-16.
28656 Journal Article Schmitz, D.C., and L.E. Nall. 1984. Status of Hygrophila polysperma in Florida. Aquatics 6(3):11-14.
28331 Database SEINet Portal Network. 2021. Southwest Environmental Information Network. Symbiota Software Project, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. Accessed on 04/17/2021.
28166 Database Solomon, J. (curator). 2015. Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium (MO). Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO.
10719 Journal Article Spencer, W., and G. Bowes. 1985. Limnophila and Hygrophila: a review and physiological assessment of their weed potential in Florida. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 23:7-16.
28569 Database Sullivan, H. (botanist). 2012. Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Herbarium (MMNS). Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Jackson, MS.
10682 Journal Article Sutton, D.L. 1995. Hygrophila is replacing Hydrilla in South Florida. Aquatics 17(3):4,6,8,10.
31291 Journal Article Sutton, D.L., P.M. Dingler. 2000. Influence of sediment nutrients on growth of emergent Hygrophila. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 38:55-61.
30788 Web Page Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. 2018. Lake Survey Reports. Accessed on 11/30/2018.
28995 Journal Article Toth, L.A. 2016. Variant restoration trajectories for wetland plant communities on a channelized floodplain. Restoration Ecology 25(3):342-353.
28913 Database Tucker, G. (director). 2015. Stover-Ebinger Herbarium (EIU). Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL.
25944 Database Ueda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie. 2021. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Accessed on 11/23/2021.
17830 Database University of Florida Herbarium. 2016. Florida Museum of Natural History. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
32969 Web Page USDA APHIS (Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service). 2012. Federal Noxious Weed List. United States Department of Agriculture. Accessed on 08/20/2014.
32972 Web Page USDA NRCS (United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service). 2014. Hygrophila polysperma Profile. Accessed on 08/20/2014.
32661 Journal Article Van Dijk, G.M., D.D. Thayer, and W.T. Haller. 1986. Growth of Hygrophila and Hydrilla in flowing water. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 24:85-87.
32662 Journal Article Vandiver, V.V. 1980. Hygrophila. Aquatics 2:4-11.
31486 Report Wright, L.D., and T.J. Bister. 2013. Caddo Lake 2013 Fisheries Management Survey Report. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Marshall, TX.


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