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Parsons, J. 1996. Aquatic Plant Technical Assistance Program: 1995 Acitivity Report. Washington State Dept of Ecology, Environmental Investigations and Laboratory Services Program, Olympia, WA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10460
Type: Report
Author: Parsons, J.
Date (year): 1996
Report TitleAquatic Plant Technical Assistance Program: 1995 Acitivity Report.
Publisher:Washington State Dept of Ecology, Environmental Investigations and Laboratory Services Program
Publisher Location:Olympia, WA
Pages: 39
URL:
Keywords: Washington, exotic plants
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Willow Grove Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.

Callitriche stagnalis

    WA - state non-specific

Egeria densa

    WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Duck Lake
    WA - Long Lake
    WA - Puget Island Sloughs
    WA - Leland Lake
    WA - Lake Limerick

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    WA - Lake Lucerne

Ludwigia grandiflora

    WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.

Lythrum salicaria

    WA - Columbia River at Ridgefield
    WA - Willow Grove Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Babcock Ridge Lake
    WA - Canal Lake
    WA - Evergreen Lake (Reservoir)
    WA - Quincy Lake
    WA - Warden Lake
    WA - Winchester Wasteway
    WA - Long Lake
    WA - Spencer Lake
    WA - Pearrygin Lake
    WA - Long Lake
    WA - Columbia River at Cathlamet
    WA - Corral Lake.

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Chehalis River, from Centralia (approx. 2.5 miles downstream of Borst Park) to the mouth in Grays Harbor.
    WA - Nina Lake
    WA - Puget Island Sloughs
    WA - Chehalis River, upstream of the Satsop River mouth.

Myriophyllum spicatum

    WA - Banks Lake (Grand Coulee Reservoir)
    WA - Bass Lake
    WA - Green Lake in Seattle
    WA - Wapato Lake, near boat launch and at the dock of private campground.
    WA - Caterpillar Slough
    WA - Columbia River at Ridgefield
    WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Willow Grove Slough, near Columbia River and Longview.
    WA - Scooteney Reservoir
    WA - Babcock Ridge Lake
    WA - Billy Clapp Lake
    WA - Evergreen Lake (Reservoir)
    WA - Lake Lucerne
    WA - Long Lake
    WA - Columbia River at Bingen
    WA - Columbia River at Maryhill
    WA - Horsethief Lake
    WA - Whitestone Lake
    WA - Lake Goodwin
    WA - Columbia River at Cathlamet
    WA - Lake Whatcom
    WA - Byron Ponds (Lake)
    WA - Unnamed ponds in Yakima County
    WA - Lake Sawyer
    WA - Shadow Lake
    WA - Spring (Otter) Lake
    WA - Lake Number Twelve (Twelve Lake)
    WA - Lake Chelan
    WA - Cortez (Three) Lake
    WA - Domke Lake
    WA - Moses Lake
    WA - Potholes Reservoir (Moses Lakes South)
    WA - Stan Coffin Lake
    WA - Winchester Wasteway
    WA - Goss Lake (Lake Goss).
    WA - Angle Lake
    WA - Lake Sammamish
    WA - Steel Lake
    WA - Lake Union
    WA - Carlisle Lake
    WA - Riffe Lake
    WA - Swofford Pond
    WA - Osoyoos Lake
    WA - Little Spokane River
    WA - Pend Oreille River
    WA - Sacheen Lake
    WA - Clear Lake
    WA - Big Lake
    WA - Clear Lake
    WA - Lake McMurray
    WA - Sixteen Lake
    WA - Shoecraft Lake
    WA - Silver Lake
    WA - Stevens Lake
    WA - Eloika Lake
    WA - Liberty Lake
    WA - Gillette Lake
    WA - Lake Heritage
    WA - Sherry Lake
    WA - Lake Thomas
    WA - Long Lake
    WA - Bass Lake
    WA - Pipe Lake, near boat launch
    WA - Trask Pond

Nymphaea odorata

    WA - Giffin Lake
    WA - Morgan Lake

Nymphoides peltata

    WA - Long Lake (Reservoir)

Sagittaria graminea graminea

    WA - Lake Roesiger, south arm, east side.

Utricularia inflata

    WA - Lake Limerick


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