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Steward, K.K., T.K. Van, V. Carter, and A.H. Pieterse. 1984. Hydrilla invades Washington, D.C. and the Potomac. American Journal of Botany 71(1):162-163. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2443637.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10650
Type: Journal Article
Author: Steward, K.K., T.K. Van, V. Carter, and A.H. Pieterse
Date (year): 1984
Article Title:Hydrilla invades Washington, D.C. and the Potomac.
Journal Name: American Journal of Botany
Volume: 71
Issue: 1
Pages: 162-163
URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2443637
Keywords: Hydrilla
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    MD - Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, near Seneca
    MD - tributaries emptying into the Potomac

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    VA - Potomac River, from Alexandria to Gunston Cove, including Dogue Creek.
    MD - Potomac River, from outlet of Mattawoman Creek to Mallows Bay
    VA - Potomac River; bay near Belle Haven, south of Alexandria
    VA - Dyke Marsh, Potomac River.
    DC - ditches leading to marshy backwater area of the Anacostia River, from Kenilworth Gardens in Washington D.C.
    MD - Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Violettes Lock, near Seneca


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