NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Hong-Wa, C. (curator). 2015. Claude E. Phillips Herbarium (DOV). Delaware State University, Dover, DE. http://herbarium.desu.edu.
Reference Number: 10766
Author: Hong-Wa, C. (curator).
Date (year): 2015
Title:Claude E. Phillips Herbarium (DOV)
Publisher:Delaware State University
Publisher Location:Dover, DE
Keywords: Spirodela, herbarium, DOV
Egeria densa WA - Battle Ground Lake, in Battle Ground State Park WA - Lacamas Lake WA - Black Lake WA - Loomis Lake WA - Big Lake WA - Battle Ground Lake, in Battle Ground State Park WA - Lacamas Lake WA - Solo Slough, near Columbia River and Longview. WA - Willow Grove Slough, near Columbia River and Longview. WA - Duck Lake WA - Leland Lake WA - Lake Washington WA - Long Lake WA - Plummer Lake WA - Lake Limerick WA - Black Lake WA - Ohop Lake WA - Big Lake WA - Puget Island Sloughs LA - Chatham Lake, beside LA 34 at Chatham DE - Hoopes Reservoir, edge, 4 mi NW of Wilmington MD - Wicomico River, tidal mud, 0.5 mi above mouth of Tonytank Creek; 2.25 mi SW of Salisbury VA - Arlington, Allard's Fish pond located at 3000 7th N
Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious] DE - Trap Pond DE - Tussock Pond DE - Trussum Pond, SE Laurel DE - Delaware State College in Dover, pond PL-28, C.S.R.S. fisheries project
Iris pseudacorus DE - Cherry Island Meadows DE - Port Penn, among weeds by Delaware River
Landoltia punctata DE - Lums Pond
Lythrum salicaria WA - Lake Alice WA - Riley Lake WA - Herman Lake WA - Frenchman Hills Lake; 1 shore site. WA - Moses Lake WA - Duck Lake WA - Trails End (Prickett Lake) WA - Bay Lake WA - Blackmans Lake WA - Lake Roesiger (north arm) WA - Unnamed ponds in Yakima County WA - Yakima River, from Selah to Yakima Arboretum WA - Yakima River, from Yakima Arboretum to Union Gap MA - Ashland NJ - Newton NJ - Gloucester
Marsilea quadrifolia MA - Cambridge NY - Thornden Park
Murdannia keisak DE - Cod Creek, creek flows into the Nanticoke on the east side, > 0.5 km south of Broad Creek DE - Nanticoke State Wildlife Area. From entrance on N side (off Rd. 487A). (Near edge but in forest, of Broad Creek at confluence of Nanticoke River). DE - Middleford, floodplain swamp adjacent to the Nanticoke River. (From Old Furnace Rd., take Hastings Farm Rd. N ca. 1 km to TNC Preserve (Hill Tract), walk west along trail down to wetland. DE - Middleford, floodplain swamp adjacent to the Nanticoke River.
Myriophyllum spicatum WA - Kress Lake, on the Kalama River WA - Burke Lake WA - Duck Lake WA - Lake Desire WA - Mason Lake WA - Palmer Lake WA - Black Lake WA - Marshall Lake WA - Harts Lake WA - Beaver Lake WA - Campbell Lake WA - Drano Lake WA - Long Lake (Reservoir) WA - Loon Lake WA - Brooks Slough WA - unnamed pond, Clallam County WA - Snake River at Little Goose Dam WA - Snake River near Lyons Ferry. WA - Silver Lake WA - Snake River, Lower Monumental Dam. WA - Snake River, Ice Harbor Dam WA - Snake River at Lyons Ferry. WA - Evergreen Lake (Reservoir) WA - Lavender Lake WA - Mayfield Lake (Reservoir), southern half. WA - Island Lake WA - Conconully Lake, 7 sites thru shoreline WA - Conconully Reservoir, whole littoral WA - Davis Lake; north end , boat launch WA - Nile Lake WA - Heart Lake, in the Cascades. WA - Coldwater Lake WA - Lake Roesiger (north arm) WA - Lake Roesiger (south arm) WA - Puget Island Sloughs WA - Snake River, Lower Monumental Dam WA - Snake River, Ice Harbor Dam WA - Snake River at Central Ferry WA - Snake River at Little Goose Dam WA - Snake River at Lower Granite Dam
Nasturtium officinale TX - Kerrville CA - San Jose DE - Bear Station, 1 mile NW of, small stream in woods DE - Pike Creek Valley, 11.5 mi N of Choate ID - Lewiston, collected around here MN - Minnehaha Falls VA - Buchanan, East, collected on mountains along the Otter Rd CA - Mt. Shasta (at the foot of unspecified cardinal direction) MD - Point Lookout
Pistia stratiotes FL - Withlacoochee River at Istachatta
Potamogeton crispus MA - Cambridge
Utricularia inflata WA - Spencer Lake WA - Munn Lake WA - Mission Lake WA - Prickett Lake (Trails End)
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