NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Beal, E.O., and J.W. Thieret. 1986. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Kentucky. Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, Frankfort, KY.
Reference Number: 10389
Author: Beal, E.O., and J.W. Thieret.
Date (year): 1986
Title:Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Kentucky.
Publisher:Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission.
Publisher Location:Frankfort, KY
Pages: 315 p.
Keywords: Kentucky, aquatic exotic plants
Egeria densa KY - Oldham County KY - Jefferson County
Eichhornia crassipes KY - Jefferson County
Iris pseudacorus KY - Bracken County KY - Oldham county KY - Jefferson county KY - McCracken County
Landoltia punctata KY - Ballard County KY - Bayou de Chien-Mayfield drainage
Lythrum salicaria KY - Jefferson county KY - Ohio River KY - Ohio River KY - Ohio River KY - Shelby county in the Bluegrass region KY - McCracken County KY - Ohio River KY - Campbell county KY - Ohio Brush-Whiteoak watershed KY - Boyd County
Marsilea quadrifolia KY - Franklin County KY - Lower Kentucky drainage
Murdannia keisak KY - Floyd County KY - Bell County KY - Knox County
Myriophyllum aquaticum KY - Upper Cumberland-Lake Cumberland watershed. KY - Lower Cumberland watershed
Myriophyllum spicatum KY - Tradewater [River] watershed KY - Muhlenberg County KY - Ohio Brush-Whiteoak watershed. KY - Ohio Brush-Whiteoak drainage KY - Campbell County KY - Ohio Brush-Whiteoak drainage KY - Lewis County KY - Horner Wildlife Refuge.
Najas minor KY - Trigg County KY - Todd County KY - Warren County KY - Cumberland County KY - Floyd County KY - Greenup County KY - Daviess County KY - McLean County KY - Meade County KY - Shelby County KY - Franklin County KY - Boone County KY - Campbell County KY - Pendleton County KY - Grant County
Potamogeton crispus KY - Boone County KY - Gallatin County KY - Smokey Valley Lake, Carter Caves State Park KY - Bracken County KY - Madison County KY - Henderson County
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