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Falter, C.M., R. Naskali, J. Leonard, F. Rabe, and H. Bobisud. 1974. Aquatic macrophytes of the Columbia and Snake River drainages (United States). US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District, Walla Walla, WA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10608
Type: Report
Author: Falter, C.M., R. Naskali, J. Leonard, F. Rabe, and H. Bobisud.
Date (year): 1974
Report TitleAquatic macrophytes of the Columbia and Snake River drainages (United States)
Publisher:US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District
Publisher Location:Walla Walla, WA
Pages: 275 pp
URL:
Keywords: Columbia, Washington
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Iris pseudacorus

    WA - Ellensburg, about 1 mi south, barrow pit ponds on Howard Sevensen Ranch.
    WA - Yakima Elks Golf and Country Club, midway between Yakima and Selah, creek/ditch parallelling driveway.
    WA - Selah, east of Selah via Naches Ave, marsh-slough and ponds.
    WA - Ellensburg area; canals, roadside ditches, ponds.

Myriophyllum spicatum

    WA - Small lake ~12 mi W of Grand Coulee Dam on hwy 174.
    WA - Pond at upper end of Jameson Lake.
    WA - Twin Lakes
    WA - Thread Lake, 4 miles North of Othello
    WA - Morgan Lake
    WA - Lake, one mi NE of Sullivan Lake.
    WA - Pacific Lake

Nasturtium officinale

    WA - Yakima Elks Golf and Country Club, midway between Yakima and Selah, creek/ditch parallelling driveway.
    WA - Yakima River, southernmost branch, along Washington Rt 22, North of Toppenish.
    WA - Ahtanum Creek, at Goodman Rd crossing, 2-3 mi northwest of Ahtanum Ridge Radio Towers and 2.2 mi south-southeast of Yakima Airport.
    WA - Yakima River, 1.3 miles E of dam at Prosser.
    MT - Troops Lake "Throops Lake", E of Montana Rt 202 and Troy and just N or US Rt 2.
    WA - Lower Granite dam site, Snake River.
    WA - Albion, stock pond 3 mi S of Albion.
    WA - Chapman Lake, south end.

Nymphaea odorata

    WA - Diamond Lake, along south central shoreline.

Nymphaea odorata odorata

    MT - Troops Lake "Throops Lake", E of Montana Rt 202 and Troy and just N or US Rt 2.

Nymphaea odorata

    ID - Chase Lake, peatland complex on S end of the lake. 3 mi SE of Coolin, State land.

Potamogeton crispus

    ID - St. Joe River, lower portion.
    WA - Ellensburg, about 1 mi south, barrow pit ponds on Howard Sevensen Ranch.
    WA - Yakima Elks Golf and Country Club, midway between Yakima and Selah, creek/ditch parallelling driveway.
    WA - Yakima River, southernmost branch, along Washington Rt 22, North of Toppenish.
    WA - Twin Ponds, imm. south of Granger, Fisherman's Access Site along WA Rt 223.
    WA - Prosser, 1.3 mi E of Prosser, canal at US Bureau of Sport Fisheries Screens.
    WA - Toppenish Creek, ~.5 mi W of Plank Rd, on Rt 22.
    WA - Satus Creek, crossing of WA Rt 22 at the 1956 bridge on Rt 22; ca 8.3 mi W of Mabton.
    WA - Yakima River, at public access site 1.5 miles North of Mabton.
    WA - Ahtanum Creek, at Goodman Rd crossing, 2-3 mi northwest of Ahtanum Ridge Radio Towers and 2.2 mi south-southeast of Yakima Airport.
    WA - Yakima River, 1.3 miles E of dam at Prosser.
    WA - Osoyoos Lake
    WA - Scooteney Park Pond
    WA - Lake Sacajawea (Ice Harbor Reservoir), Snake River
    WA - Monumental Reservoir, Ayer Boat Marina, lower reservoir.
    WA - Snake River, 1/2 mi upriver from Ice Harbor Dam.
    WA - Dalton Lake, south end.


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