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Couch, R., and E. Nelson. 1985. Myriophyllum spicatum in North America. Pages 8-18 in First International Symposium watermilfoil and related Horagaceae species. Canada Aquatic Plant Management Society. Vancouver, BC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10306
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Couch, R., and E. Nelson.
Date (year): 1985
Book Title: First International Symposium watermilfoil and related Horagaceae species.
Title:Myriophyllum spicatum in North America.
Publisher:Canada Aquatic Plant Management Society.
Publisher Location:Vancouver, BC
Pages: 8-18
Keywords: Myriophyllum, taxonomy, distribution
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    WV - Monongahela drainage
    SC - Par Pond, Savannah River Site
    IL - Wabash County
    TX - Sabine drainage
    MO - Lake of the Ozarks
    CA - Northern Coastal region
    AZ - waters near Winslow
    AZ - Encanto Park Lake, near Phoenix
    CA - Trapper's Slough off Robert's Island
    OK - Comanche City Lake
    OH - Western Lake Erie drainage
    OH - Middle Ohio Region
    OH - Scioto drainage
    IL - Kaskaskia
    MO - Upper Mississippi (HUC 7140100)
    CA - Lower Sacramento
    AZ - Rio Sonoyta drainage
    AZ - San Pedro-Willcox drainage
    AZ - Upper Gila drainage
    AZ - Pecks Lake
    VA - Montgomery County
    VA - Nelson County
     - Upper Ohio region
    NJ - Absegami Lake
    NJ - New Jersey Coastal drainage


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