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Padgett, D.J. 2001. Noteworthy Collections and Spread of Exotic Aquatics in Missouri. Castanea 66(3):303-306.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13278
Type: Journal Article
Author: Padgett, D.J.
Date (year): 2001
Article Title:Noteworthy Collections and Spread of Exotic Aquatics in Missouri.
Journal Name: Castanea
Volume: 66
Issue: 3
Pages: 303-306
Keywords: Missouri, Myriophyllum spicatum, Egeria densa, Eichhornia crassipes, Nymphaea alba
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    MO - Blue Spring Branch, The Narrows
    MO - Town of Willard; small, shallow pond behind Willard City Park and swimming pool

Eichhornia crassipes

    MO - Big Piney River, west side; T36N R10W S13
    MO - Dunklin County

Myriophyllum spicatum

    MO - Morgan Springs, The Narrows
    MO - Toronto Springs, S30 R14W T38N
    MO - Jacks Fork River at the confluence of Mahans Creek; south shore on silty bottom on the downstream side of Mahans Creek; T29N R4W S27
    MO - Morgan Springs, The Narrows
    MO - Lagoon separate from the main river but in the flood channel; about 200 feet downstream from the confluence of Pine Creek and Jacks Fork River; T28N R8W S21
    MO - May Pond; Mingo National Wildlife Refuge; along margin at boat access
    MO - Gasconade River; east of Hwy E; Buzzard Bluff public fishing access
    MO - Meramec River
    MO - Meramec River
    MO - Courtois Creek
    MO - Huzzah Creek
    MO - Current River
    MO - found in an artificial pond
    MO - Osage River [Osage Fork Gasconade River?]
    MO - Castor River

Nymphaea × marliacea

    MO - Town of Willard;in small, shallow pond behind Willard City Park and swimming pool


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