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North Carolina State University Herbarium (NCSC). 2009. Herbarium Specimen Voucher Data,. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10581
Type: Database
Author: North Carolina State University Herbarium (NCSC).
Date (year): 2009
Title:Herbarium Specimen Voucher Data,
Publisher:North Carolina State University
Publisher Location:Raleigh, NC
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Keywords: North Carolina, Hydrilla
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata peregrina

    NC - Shearon Harris Lake Reservoir
    NC - Lake Benson
    NC - Woodlake, Little River Township.
    NC - Lake Raleigh
    NC - Lake Wheeler, at city park, north side of boat ramp.
    NC - Lake Anne
    NC - Wake County
    NC - Upchurch pond, off Highhouse Rd., Cary
    NC - Yates Mill Pond
    NC - Cemetary Pond

Hydrilla verticillata verticillata

    SC - Back River Reservoir, adjacent to S.C. E. and G. Williams Station.
    SC - Lake Marion, ca .6 mi SSW of Pack Fishing Landing and .4 mi S of Rimini Railroad Trestle
    GA - Fishpond beside GA hwy 253, near Lake Seminole State Park.
    AL - Guntersville Reservoir

Hydrilla verticillata peregrina

    NC - Lake Wheeler
    NC - Lake Raleigh

Panicum repens

    LA - Grand Isle.
    NC - Wilmington, end of abandoned road, near battleship Wilmington.
    MS - Belle Fontaine Beach.
    NC - Wilmington, near old US 17 bridge over northeastern Cape Fear River.
    SC - Guignard Park, Cayce.
    NC - Wilmington, grounds of USS NC Wilmington.
    FL - Apalachicola, along the bay
    FL - Gulf Beach vicinity
    FL - Tampa, citrus grove north of Tampa
    FL - Santa Rosa Island, Ft. Pickens part
    AL - Little Dauphin Island.
    AL - Mobile Municipal Park
    MS - Gulf Park Estate Beach, Ocean Springs.
    MS - Horn Island, Gulf barrier island.
    SC - Savannah River Site, powerline on rd A-1.
    TX - Sabine Pass, three miles west


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