NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Perkins, K.D. (manager). 2018. University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS). University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL. https://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/herbarium/.
Reference Number: 10702
Author: Perkins, K.D. (manager).
Date (year): 2018
Title:University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS)
Publisher:University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History
Publisher Location:Gainesville, FL
Keywords: herbarium, FLAS
Alternanthera philoxeroides TX - ditch, along the frontage road of westbound IH 10, near the roadside rest area at mile marker 868 TN - West Knoxville, rear exit of Capri Cinema on Kingston Pike GA - Georgia Southern College campus, growing in pond by Carruth Building GA - lake, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain MS - Handsboro, stream NC - Cape Fear River, swamps alongside, W of Wilmington SC - Horseshoe Pond, ca 4 miles W of Columbia on US 1 SC - pond at Moose Lodge (Elk) on Hwy 78, N of Summerville SC - Ashley River, US 17A, SW of Summerville SC - Edgar Brown, Lake; just NW of downtown Barnwell
Blyxa aubertii LA - rice field, N of US 90, approx. 1/2 mi E of Estherwood LA - rice field, off Jeff Davis parish Rd, 5-165-E, approx. 4 miles N of Fenton LA - Lake Chicot, Chicot State Park, approx. 8 miles N of Ville Platte
Canna glauca FL - near Lotus Lake[?] along US-90, Greenville
Egeria densa AL - Elmore, Mortar Creek just W of town SC - Savannah River near North Augusta FL - Gainesville, Agricultural Experiment Station, fish pond FL - Chassahowitzka Springs, Boil 1 FL - Homosassa River FL - Withlacoochee River FL - canal near Clewiston FL - Blue Springs, near Marianna FL - Leesburg, large pond GA - Lake Seminole, near Lake Seminole State Park, Corps Engineer Ranger Station, S end of GA Hwy 253
Heteranthera limosa FL - Mitigation Bank, wetland creation area. Ca. 1.5 mi. S of South Mobley Road, ca. 2.5 mi. W of Citrus Park. T28S, R17E, Sec. 9. FL - Moist land reclaimed from swamp, 5 km east on 856 from Immokalee, south on small farm track opening out onto farm land.
Hydrocleys nymphoides FL - Greenwood Cementary, Greenwood wetlands and Fern Creek, E of Mills Ave. and N and S of the East-West Expressway, Orlando
Hydrolea capsularis FL - Long Pine Key Trail, Everglades NP FL - Long Pine Key Nature Trail, Everglades NP
Hygrophila difformis FL - man-made pond, N side of Cherry St., 0.7 mi W of Park Rd., Plant City
Hygrophila polysperma FL - Lettuce Lake Park, near Hillsborough River inlet (Lettuce Lake) FL - canal, NE of Bradenton, 2.2 miles west of junction with U.S. 301 (in Parrish) on Erie Road; on N side of road FL - Santa Fe River, N of High Springs FL - Stormwater canal, at Quesada Ave, Port Charlotte
Hymenachne amplexicaulis FL - T32S, R23E, S26. Transect 1 at PC-SP-1 Mitigation Site, Fort Green Mine FL - Standing water in low, wet pasture; about 4 mi. s. of Immokalee and 1 mi. w. of Fla. 29. FL - Palm Beach County FL - Northeastern edge of Mountain Lake; 3.1 miles north of the Pasco county line on C. R. 541 (= Spring Lake Highway; and old FL 41?), 0.6 mile north of junction with C. R. 576, then west 0.4 mile on Mountain Lake Road to public boat ramp) FL - E of Sarasota, 2.25 miles W of the DeSoto county line on both sides of FL 72 FL - Avon Park Air Force Bombing Range Just W Of The East Fence Road Where It Curves Ca. 0.1 Mi. W Of And Away From The E Fence And Intersects With Another Road At The Ne Side Of The Bombing Range. 27º 42’ 45” N 81º 13’ 1” W FL - Mitigation Site #55, Area B, S Of The Fawn Ridge Subdivision And W Of Sheldon Road (c-589) In Citrus Park. T28s, R17e, Sec. 10. FL - Ditch bank, approx. 2 mi. w of jct. of Fla. 833 and Fla. 846, approx. 30 mi. sw of Clewiston. FL - Standing water in low, wet pasture; about 4 mi. s. of Immokalee and 1 mi. w. of Fla. 29. FL - Flatford Swamp Preserve, headwaters of Manatee River FL - Myakka River State Park. S35, T37S, R20E. River floodplain in seasonal ponds and ditches FL - Approximately 0.5 miles on main access road from the main gate of the Myakka River State Park off of State Road 72. Floodplain marsh adjacent to the Myakka River.
Ipomoea aquatica FL - Brooker Creek Preserve, ca. 1 mi S of Tarpon Springs Road along powerline right of way; T27S, R16E, Sec. 13, SW1/4 of SE1/4 FL - Spoil on canal bank, N of Gandy Blvd., ca. halfway between I-27 and US 19 FL - Fish Hawk Ranch, ca. 2 mi. NE of Boyette
Iris pseudacorus NC - bog at junction of US 19E and NC 194, between Elk Park and Heaton NC - UNC campus; low marshy area behind Craige Dormitory FL - edge of Green [Alachua?] Sink
Landoltia punctata LA - ~1.5 mi SE of Franklinton, abundant in roadside ditch FL - Oleno State Park, ravine sink, surrounded by mesic hammock FL - Paynes Prairie State Preserve, main dike, S of Alachua sink, near access to Alachua Lake FL - campus of Anneewakee School, just N of Hwy 98 (St James area), abundant, choking a small slough [School is now closed, Anneewakee Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Youth] FL - many in stagnant inlet to Dora Canal, along US 441, just N of Tavares FL - shaded shallow lake, off Fla 466-A, 2.5 miles N of Leesburg, very common on quiet water FL - swamp forest, west side of the Ochlockonee River FL - permanent pool across from a pond 1.3 mi W of 441, along NW 210 St, just N of McIntosh FL - floating on a pond heavily overgrown with waterhyacinth, collected near shore off Wilkie St, Dunedin FL - Savannas State Reserve, in canal along N side of footpath to Savannas E of Bartow, Indian River Estates, ~6 mi S of central Ft. Pierce
Limnophila aromatica FL - Wimauma. Off Surona Road, at nursey
Limnophila indica LA - Rice Exp. Station, 2.5 miles NE of Crowley LA - rice field, S of LA 104, E of LA 26, E of Oberlin; Sect. 30, T5S, R2W LA - rice field, intersection of LA 101 and I-10, N of Lacassine; Sect. 19, T9S, R5W
Limnophila sessiliflora FL - Chipola River [Dead Lake], east of Wewahitchka FL - Canal, ca 3.5 mi N of Riverview along US 301 FL - Boyette, 0.6 mi W, just S of intersection of Balm-Boyette Rd FL - Orlando Jetport (McCoy Field), abundant in ditches toward S end of taxiways FL - Weohyakapka, Lake, N shore, Nalcrest FL - Weohyakapka, Lake, near Nalcrest
Luziola subintegra FL - 8.5 Square Mile Area near 152nd street. Heavily disturbed (soil disturbance & drainage) marl prairie wetland FL - 8.5 Square Mile Area near 152nd street. Heavily disturbed (soil disturbance & drainage) marl prairie wetland
Marsilea macropoda FL - Sarasota, banks of drainage ditch along 51 St., just east of Rt 301
Marsilea minuta FL - Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands, South Central Wastewater Treatment Plant FL - Canal crossing SW Moore St, Palm City, between SW Leighton Farm Ave and 76A FL - Holiday Hammock Preserve, just past south terminus of SW 209 Ave, ca. 0.3 mi south of 399 St FL - canal in Port St. Lucie GA - Unnamed pond near Thomson FL - Selby Botanical Garden, E of old house FL - Golden Gate Canal, Naples FL - residential drainage ditch, SW of Pensacola, N of Bayou Grande, Grundy St. and Lowndes Ave., NW side of intersection FL - Holiday Hammock Preserve, just past south terminus of SW 209 Ave, ca. 0.3 mi south of 399 St AL - Conecuh River, W of Troy. N of US Hwy 29 at E end of bridge, N of large boulder riprap pile AL - Troy University Arboretum pond AL - Conecuh River, NE of Hwy 29 bridge
Marsilea mutica FL - Lake Magdalene, Tampa, N of Fletcher Ave., E of Dale Mabry Hwy AL - private farm pond in Hamilton, S of John Craft Hwy, N of CR 90 GA - Arabia Lake, Stephenson Creek, Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, lake off Rockland Rd GA - Palmetto, farm pond off Hutchison Ferry Rd., ca. 4 mi from Hwy 29 GA - Shoal Creek subdivision lake, fringing entire shoreline of 12 ha lake MS - Lake Lorman, SW of Hwy 463 OK - Stroup Park pond, Holdenville
Marsilea oligospora FL - roadside ditch to Soldier Creek; 2.5 miles west of Lake Jesup, west of S.R. 17-92 FL - roadside ditch to Soldier Creek; 2.5 miles west of Lake Jesup, west of S.R. 17-92 FL - Orange Bend, E & W side of road intersecting N of E Treasure Island Rd FL - Emeralda Marsh, Treasure Island Entrance, St. Johns River Water Management Area FL - Emeralda Marsh, W of Hwy 452. Heavy soil along damp shoreline of diked impoundment of Lake Griffin FL - Orange Bend, E & W side of road intersecting N of E Treasure Island Rd FL - Emeralda Marsh, W of Hwy 452. Heavy soil along damp shoreline of diked impoundment of Lake Griffin FL - retention pond mitigation area, Wild Cat Lane, Ormond Beach
Marsilea vestita FL - Apalachicola, west side Ave. "K", between 9th and 10th Streets. FL - Apalachicola, W side of Market Street, 0.2 mi N from junction with Ave. "F", open exposed area FL - Apalachicola, W side of Market Street, 0.2 mi N from junction with Ave. "F", open exposed area FL - Immokalee, 618 9th St. S, E side of roadside ditch and continuing S (across Doak Ave.) FL - Apalachicola W of Market St. and N of "F" Street
Murdannia keisak VA - Dragon Swamp, by New Dragon Bridge where Rte 603 [Farley Park Rd] [crosses the Dragon, 0.7 mi NE of Mascot VA - creek bottomland of Mantapike watershed, S off Rt 632 about 0.5 mi from the intersection with Rte 633, i mi from Dahlgren's Corner SC - Marion Lake; along run to Riser's Old Lake, ca. miles W of Sparkleberry Public Landing
Myriophyllum aquaticum GA - marsh area at old Blue Springs resort area, 0.5 mi W of Withlacoochee River on old Hwy US-84, Coastal Plain Province LA - Bayou de Siard (margins of), along US 165, 0.7 miles S of jct of LA 134 and US 165; Sec 16, T19N, R4E NC - Whitsett, SE of, low clay roadside and pond margin, 0.7 mi W of Alamance County line SC - Sumter National Forest, Horn Creek Analysis Area, at edge of partially impounded (beavers) creek along edge of N-facing bluff, N of terminus of Forest Service Rd 8-001 on S side of Dry Creek, Compartment 3222, Stand 2 FL - pond, N of Green Cove Springs FL - Lake Washington, near; about 6 mi from Melbourne FL - swamp, 6 miles E of Co. line, Hwy 28 near Andalusia FL - Riverside. Tocio [=Matanzas River in St. Augustine?] SC - Edgar A. Brown Lake, just NW of downtown Barnwell
Najas minor NY - Hudson River, Mechanicville GA - Lake Rutledge; upper end LA - Corney Lake, Kisatchie National Forest Recreation area E of Summerfield and SE of LA 9; Sect. 11, T22N, R4W LA - Cheniere Lake, at Area 8, S of LA 838, W of West Monroe; Sec. 12, T17N, R2E MS - Bogue Homo Lake, 5 miles E of Laurel SC - Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, Pool 7 FL - Lake Seminole, public boat ramp off SR 271 about six miles from Sneads FL - Lake Seminole, N of Sneads FL - Near shores of Lake Seminole, N of Sneads
Nymphaea lotus FL - E side of BUS US 41-45, North Fort Myers (Weaver's Corners), 0.2 mi. N of FLA 78 junction FL - North Fort Myers canal (tidal)
Nymphoides peltata FL - Boca Raton, suburban pond surrounded by houses
Ottelia alismoides LA - Private rice field, 1 mi S of Hwy 384, in deep ditches, isolated west part of field
Potamogeton crispus GA - Rock Eagle Lake VA - Powell Pond, about 3 mi W of Williamsburg, abundantly growing from muck bottom in 1 to several ft of water PA - in a small stream feeding reservoir; Bernhart Reservoir, N E of Reading VA - growing in the shallow tidal waters of the Potomac River at Widewater FL - water of Blue Spring, north of Marianna MA - Cambridge, clay pits
Sagittaria montevidensis montevidensis FL - Alligator Creek, culvert, W side of Country Club Rd, just SE of Lake City limits FL - edge of swamp forest near roadside, S. of Lillian Hwy, 0.1 mi E of La Paz Ave., 0.7 mi W of Millview Rd, near Pensacola
Salvinia molesta GA - Shuman Pond
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/17/2020].
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