NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Davis, C. (director). 2016. Gray Herbarium (GH) and Arnold Arboretum (A). Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. http://www.huh.harvard.edu.
Reference Number: 10681
Author: Davis, C. (director).
Date (year): 2016
Title:Gray Herbarium (GH) and Arnold Arboretum (A)
Publisher Location:Cambridge, MA
Marsilea macropoda AL - South side of Old Mobile ca 0.5 mi S Government St.
Salix myrsinifolia MA - West ground, Back Bay
Salvinia minima FL - pond near Clermont FL - Sanford [near], cypress swamp pond FL - Sarasota, T.C.T. camp grounds FL - ditch near Palm Beach FL - N side Rt. 41 (Tamiami Trail) 3.5 mi E of airport, 0.5 mi E of 'Indian Village' and giftshop, just E of Collier Co. line, canal near hwy bridge FL - creek toward east central boundary of Ocala National Forest
Trapa natans MA - Between Log Pond Cove and bank of Conn. R. [Connecticut River] just upstream from Holyoke Dam MA - Fresh Pond MA - Fresh Pond MA - Concord River, near Concord Vill. [Village] MA - Sudbury River MA - small bay along north side of Charles River between Charles River St. and Central Ave. bridges MA - Concord River, Bedford. MA - Concord River MA - Small pond on north side of Fresh Pond by Cambridge greenhouses MA - Little Spy Pond MA - Sudbury River NH - Nashua River, behind Public Works grounds, just off Rt. 111 at public boat launch and dam, ca. 100 m. upstream from dam MA - The Holt, Concord River MA - Fresh Pond MA - Sudbury River MA - Concord River MA - pond at The Arnold Arboretum, south side of Meadow Road, opposite Shrub Collection [Jamaica Plain] MA - Bare Hill Pond MA - Fresh Pond MA - Whitmore Brook, above beaver dam, near where Cross Fells Trail joins Whitmore Brook Road, Middlesex Fells Reservation VT - Lake Champlain at Red Rock Bay MA - Concord R. [River] near Concord and Carlisle line MA - Sudbury River
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/28/2020].
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