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Invaders. 2002. Database Statistics.
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Reference Number: 13430
Type: Web Page
Author: Invaders.
Date (year): 2002
Title:Database Statistics.
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Keywords: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Potamogeton crispus, Butomus umbellatus, Iris pseudacorus, Spartina alterniflora
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Butomus umbellatus

    MT - Salmon Lake, T15N R14W Sec08

Iris pseudacorus

    ID - Boise, irrigation canal along Boise Ave; T3N R2E Sec23
    OR - Milton-Freewater, Walla Walla Rd., ditch; T5N R35E S12SE 1/4
    OR - Coastal
    ID - South Boise Drain, 4 mi W of Parma, at Scott Pitt and Brumback Rd; R6W T5N S12
    OR - Hospital, .5 m S, W side of Devils Lake; T75 R11W S11NW 1/4
    MT - Pattee Canyon, in Pattee Creek drainage on the NE side of the intersection of Pattee Canyon Rd., S. Higgins Ave. and SW Higgins Ave.
    MT - Salmon Lake, SW shoreline; T15N R14W Sec8
    MT - Flathead River, several locations between Perma and Paradise; T18N R25W Sec3
    WA - College Place, along "C" St. 3/4 mi; T17N R35E S25SE 1/4
    WA - Onalaska, along Newaukum River bank

Potamogeton crispus

    ID - Chase Lake, peatland complex on S end of lake, 3 mi SE of Coolin; T59N R4W S14 S1/2
    ID - Washington County
    ID - S side of Snake River near King Hill; T5S R10E S12 NWSE
    OR - Private pond between Albany & Corvalis, Linn County
    OR - Myrtle Island Research Natural Area, seasonal ponds adjacent to Umpqua River
    MT - Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge
    OR - Gordon Creek - meadow T13 R2W S56
    WA - Cusick, lake
    OR - Hillsboro
    OR - Sauvie Island, Burlington Bottoms
    OR - Umatilla, irrigation pond

Sporobolus alterniflorus

    WA - Skagit Bay, North, Jensen access
    WA - Willapa Bay, high intertidal


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/20/2024].

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