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Aquatic Resources Education Center. 1995. List of Aquatic Plants found in Delaware Ponds 1973-1995. Division of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Smyrna, DE.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10283
Type: Report
Author: Aquatic Resources Education Center.
Date (year): 1995
Report TitleList of Aquatic Plants found in Delaware Ponds 1973-1995
Publisher:Division of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
Publisher Location:Smyrna, DE
Pages:
URL:
Keywords: exotic plants, Delaware
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    DE - New Castle County Airport
    DE - Diamond Pond, Milton
    DE - Concord Pond, Concord
    DE - Patricks Pond, Seaford

Egeria densa

    DE - Wilmington
    DE - New Castle County
    DE - Smyrna, pond owned by Wallace
    DE - Seaford pond owned by Ward

Ludwigia grandiflora

    DE - New Castle, Corporate commons pond.
    DE - Newark, pond owned by Johnston
    DE - Milton, pond owned by Allen
    DE - Hockessin, Cokesberry Village.
    DE - Wilmington Country Club

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    DE - Hockessin
    DE - Wyoming, pond owned by Brown
    DE - Dover, Govenor's House
    DE - Smyrna, pond owned by Wallace
    DE - Middletown

Nasturtium officinale

    DE - Wyoming, pond owned by Brown

Pistia stratiotes

    DE - private pond in Lewes

Pontederia crassipes

    DE - Greenville County Club
    DE - Lewes, pond owned by W.C. Smith.

Potamogeton crispus

    DE - Centerville, pond owned by Spencer
    DE - Middletown
    DE - New Castle, pond owned by Guess


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