NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Falk, J. and T. Bryant. 1995. Purple loosestrife: a nuisance plant on the loose. Hydrilla: friend or foe? University of Delaware, Sea Grant College Program. Newark, DE. 1995 (Spring).
Reference Number: 10435
Author: Falk, J. and T. Bryant.
Date (year): 1995
Title:Purple loosestrife: a nuisance plant on the loose. Hydrilla: friend or foe?.
Publisher:University of Delaware, Sea Grant College Program
Publisher Location:Newark, DE
Keywords: purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria, hydrilla, Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious] NC - Umstead Park, near Raleigh, in a pond. MD - Potomac River, near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge DE - Chipman Pond, Laurel DE - Concord Pond, east Seaford DE - Horseys Pond, Laurel DE - Ingrams Pond, 2 mi W. of Millsboro DE - Millsboro Pond, Millsboro DE - Records Pond, Laurel DE - Trap Pond DE - Tussock Pond, east Seaford. DE - Waples Pond, Milton DE - Tubmill Pond, Milford
Lythrum salicaria DE - Kent County DE - Woodland Beach Wildlife Area
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