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North Carolina Division of Water Resources. 1996. Economical and Environmental Impacts of N.C. Aquatic Weed Infestations. North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, Raleigh, NC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10474
Type: Book
Author: North Carolina Division of Water Resources.
Date (year): 1996
Edition:
Title:Economical and Environmental Impacts of N.C. Aquatic Weed Infestations.
Publisher:North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources.
Publisher Location:Raleigh, NC
Volume:
Pages: 65 p.
URL:
Keywords: North Carolina, Hydrilla verticillata, Myriophyllum spicatum, Lythrum salicaria, Althernanther philoxeroides
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alternanthera philoxeroides

    NC - Coastal Plain
    NC - Counties that drain into Albemarle Sound, between the Virginia border and the Pamlico River.
    NC - Onslow County and southward in the Coastal Plain.
    NC - New River
    NC - Cape Fear River, southeast section.
    NC - Greenfield Lake, Wilmington.
    NC - Lake Waccamaw, in canals surrounding lake.
    NC - Brunswick County canals
    NC - Robeson County canals.
    NC - Alligator River
    NC - Pasquotank River
    NC - Lumber River
    NC - Scuppernong River.
    NC - Sweetwater Creek.
    NC - Mecklenburg County, Piedmont area
    NC - Vance County, Piedmont area.
    NC - Johnston County, Piedmont area.
    NC - Moore County, Piedmont area.
    NC - Lee County

Egeria densa

    NC - Lake Gaston

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    NC - Burnt Mill Pond
    NC - Burnt Mill Creek

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    NC - Lake Gaston
    NC - Shearon Harris Lake Reservoir
    NC - Lake Wheeler
    NC - Lake Crabtree
    NC - Lake Benson
    NC - Brier Creek Reservoir
    NC - Lake Johnson
    NC - Lake Lochmere
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Lake Raleigh
    NC - Big Lake, Umstead Park.
    NC - Lake Lynn
    NC - Shelly Lake
    NC - Fred Bond Lake
    NC - Richland Creek Reservoir
    NC - Sorells Grove Reservoir
    NC - Reedy Creek Lake
    NC - Dunnaway Pond
    NC - Yates Mill Pond
    NC - Sycamore Lake
    NC - Lake Anne
    NC - Oxford Hunt Pond
    NC - Camp Durant
    NC - Belle Meade Estates
    NC - Edgehill Farms Pond
    NC - Carquest Pond
    NC - Wheeler 1010 Pond
    NC - Lower Walden Manor
    NC - Upchurch pond, off Highhouse Rd., Cary
    NC - Pearce Pond
    NC - Dorothea Dix 2
    NC - Pate Pond
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Weaver's pond, NE downtown Raleigh, between US 1 and 401, ca 1/2 mi W Neuse River
    NC - Brierwood Pond
    NC - Benson Pond
    NC - Delta Lake
    NC - Little Day Pond
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Day Pond
    NC - Bridges Lake
    NC - Lamshire Pond
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Cemetary Pond
    NC - Globe Road Pond
    NC - Graybeal Pond
    NC - Canterbury Woods Pond
    NC - Banks Kerr Pond
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Airport Pond
    NC - Lake Rogers
    NC - Ledge Creek
    NC - Lake Devin
    NC - Jack Key's Pond
    NC - North Carolina County Extension Office, Wilmington
    NC - Wrightsville Beach
    NC - Kennedy Pond (Lake)
    NC - Wheatmore Pond
    NC - Hyco Reservoir
    NC - Mayo Reservoir
    NC - Lake Gaston
    NC - Twin Lakes One
    NC - Twin Lakes Two
    NC - Kerr Lake
    NC - Orange Lake
    NC - Catherine Creek
    NC - Biltmore Estates, three reflecting pools, ~40 x 60 ft each.
    NC - Lake Surf (Wood Lake).
    NC - Arran Lake, near Fayetteville.
    NC - Lake Butner Reservoir, Butner
    NC - Knap of Reeds Creek
    NC - Daries Biggerstaff
    NC - Jim Williams Pond, close to hwy 70, before Smithfield.
    NC - Roanoke River Hwy 48
    NC - Roanoke Rapids Lake
    NC - Lake Gaston

Lythrum salicaria

    NC - Washington County
    NC - Forsyth County
    NC - Guilford County

Myriophyllum spicatum

    NC - Kitty Hawk Bay and other embayments of the Albermarle Sound
    NC - Lake Gaston
    NC - Roanoke Rapids Lake.
    NC - Albemarle Sound including Guite Creek, town of Southern Shores and Kitty Hawk Bay, town of Kill Devil Hills.
    NC - Currituck Sound


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