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Burks, K.C. 2002. Nymphoides cristata (Roxb.) Kuntze, a recent adventive expanding as a pest plant in Florida. Castanea 67(2):206-211.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13429
Type: Journal Article
Author: Burks, K.C.
Date (year): 2002
Article Title:Nymphoides cristata (Roxb.) Kuntze, a recent adventive expanding as a pest plant in Florida
Journal Name: Castanea
Volume: 67
Issue: 2
Pages: 206-211
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Keywords: Nymphoides cristata, Florida, Nymphoides hydrophylla
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Nymphoides cristata

    FL - Horseshoe Lake SE of Naples, Naples Manor subdivision
    FL - South Florida Water Management District Canal along Airport-Pulling Rd, N of Golden Gate Pkwy, just E of Naples
    FL - Flint Pen Swamp, NE of Bonita Springs
    FL - Loxahatchee Groves Water Control District, Canal D and adjoining canals, N of Wellington
    FL - Wellington, Acme Improvement District canal near entrance to the Landings Subdivision
    FL - S side of Sarasota, Red Bug Slough, N and S of Proctor Rd
    FL - City of Winter Park, near canoe launch in Lake Osceola
    FL - City of Winter Park, in small cove of Lake Fairview
    FL - City of Winter Park, in small cove of Lake Fairview
    FL - South Florida Water Management Distrcit Canal C-51, City of Lake Worth, N edge of city


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