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Reference Number: 10670
Type: Other
Author: Kipker, R.
Date (year): 1998
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Title:Excerpts from 1998 Aquatic Plant Survey, a query from the FLDEP Aquatic Plant Survey Database.
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Location: NAS
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Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Salvinia minima

    FL - Halls River
    FL - Bonnet Lake
    FL - Lake Isabell
    FL - Pemberton Creek
    FL - Lake Thonotosassa
    FL - Dead River
    FL - Carr Lake
    FL - Lake Hall
    FL - Halfmoon Lake
    FL - Mill Dam Lake
    FL - Rainbow River (Rainbow River State Park)
    FL - Lofton Creek
    FL - Nassau River
    FL - Chase Lake
    FL - Lake Sarah
    FL - Lake Osceola
    FL - Rock Spring Run State Reserve
    FL - Wauseon Bay
    FL - Shingle Creek
    FL - Lake Ida
    FL - Middle Lake
    FL - Lake Annie
    FL - Lake Eloise
    FL - Lake Menzie
    FL - Ned Lake [southeast Winter Haven]
    FL - Saddle Creek Park
    FL - Lake Streety
    FL - Lake Swoope
    FL - Thomas Lake
    FL - Lake Wales
    FL - Black Lake
    FL - Lake Helen
    FL - Lower Lake Louise
    FL - Maude Lake


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/19/2021].

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