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Rabe, F.W., C. Elzinga, and R. Breckwnridge. 1994. Classification of meandering glide and spring stream natural areas in Idaho. Natural Areas 14(3):188-202.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10317
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rabe, F.W., C. Elzinga, and R. Breckwnridge
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Classification of meandering glide and spring stream natural areas in Idaho.
Journal Name: Natural Areas
Volume: 14
Issue: 3
Pages: 188-202
Keywords: water-cress, Rorippa nasturium-aquaticum, Nasturtium aquaticum
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Nasturtium officinale

    ID - in a narrow valley stream, Clearwater Forest, Sneakfoot Meadows Research Natural Area, In the northern Bitterroot Mountains.
    ID - Birch Creek, a spring fed creek in the center of a large intermontane basin between the Lemhi Range to the west and the Beaverhead Mountains to the east. 60 km South of Leadore
    ID - Texas Creek, a spring fed creek in the headwaters of Lemhi River between the Beaverhead and Lemhi Mountains, 20 km south of Leadore.
    ID - Summit Creek ACEC, spring fed creek at the headwaters of the Little Lost River between the Lemhi and Lost River Ranges, BLM, Salmon District.
    ID - Vineyard Creek, spring fed creek, enters Vineyard Lake,
    ID - Box Canyon spring fed creek, in fast waters.


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