NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Daubs, E.H. 1962. The occurrence of Spirodela oligorrhiza in the United States. Rhodora 64:81-85.
Reference Number: 10396
Type: Journal Article
Author: Daubs, E.H.
Date (year): 1962
Article Title:The occurrence of Spirodela oligorrhiza in the United States.
Journal Name: Rhodora
Keywords: Spirodela punctata, Spirodela oligorrhiza
Landoltia punctata FL - Masaryktown, south of, along US. Highway 41 LA - ditch along US 90, 1/2 mi east of Bouette MO - pond, southwestern Missouri CA - Berkeley vicinity FL - Sarasota, east of, along Fruitville Rd FL - Tampa, north of Tampa, along U.S. 301 FL - Dade City (north of), along U.S. 301 FL - near junction of U.S. 301 and Fl rd 42 [Wildwood] FL - between Ocala and Pedro, near US 301 LA - ditch along US 90, between Raceland and Houma IL - Horseshoe Lake IL - Horseshoe Lake
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