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Carter, V., and N.B. Rybicki. 1994. Invasions and declines of submersed macrophytes in the tidal Potomac River and Estuary, the Currituck Sound-Back Bay system, and the Pamlico River Estuary. Journal of Lake and Reservoir Management 10(1):39-48.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10138
Type: Journal Article
Author: Carter, V., and N.B. Rybicki
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Invasions and declines of submersed macrophytes in the tidal Potomac River and Estuary, the Currituck Sound-Back Bay system, and the Pamlico River Estuary.
Journal Name: Journal of Lake and Reservoir Management
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Pages: 39-48
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Keywords: Hydrilla verticillata, waterthyme
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    VA - Potomac River

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    VA - Potomac River
    VA - Potomac River; bay near Belle Haven, south of Alexandria
    MD - Mallows Bay
    VA - Lower Potomac River, especially above Quantico

Myriophyllum spicatum

    VA - Aquia Creek, tributary of Potomac River
    VA - Potomac River near Key Bridge and Dogue Creek
    VA - Potomac River
    MD - Potomac River, mouth of River to Mattawoman Creek.
    MD - Port Tobacco River
    VA - Back Bay Currituck Sound
    VA - Back Bay, Currituck Sound
    NC - Kitty Hawk Bay and other embayments of the Albermarle Sound
    NC - Back Bay, Currituck Sound
    VA - Lower Machodoc Creek, tributary of Potomac River

Najas minor

    VA - Potomac River

Potamogeton crispus

    VA - Potomac River

Trapa natans

    DC - Potomac River, freshwater tidal zone.
    MD - Potomac River
    DC - Potomac River, freshwater tidal zone.
    MD - Potomac River
    MD - Potomac River
    VA - Potomac River, S of Alexandria
    MD - Potomac River, near Oxon Run


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