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Pfauth, M., and M. Sytsma. 2005. Final Coastal Lakes Aquatic Plant Survey Report. Center for Lakes and Reservoirs, Portland State University. http://www.clr.pdx.edu/publications/files/CoastalLakes.05.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15907
Type: Report
Author: Pfauth, M., and M. Sytsma.
Date (year): 2005
Report TitleFinal Coastal Lakes Aquatic Plant Survey Report.
Publisher:Center for Lakes and Reservoirs, Portland State University.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 57 pp
URL: http://www.clr.pdx.edu/publications/files/CoastalLakes.05.pdf
Keywords: plants, Oregon, coastal, lakes, USDA Forest Service, Siuslaw National Forest, invasive, nuisance species
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    OR - Sutton Lake, North of Florence, Oregon
    OR - Tahkenitch Lake, north of Reedsport, east of hwy 101

Callitriche stagnalis

    OR - Lily Lake
    OR - Orphaned portion of Sutton Lake - west of Highway 101 (cut off by construction of the highway)
    OR - Georgia Lake

Egeria densa

    OR - Sutton Lake, North of Florence, Oregon
    OR - Mercer Lake, North of Florence, OR and East of Hwy 101

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    OR - Unnamed lake - east side of dunes which border Heceta Beach and near N. jetty of the Siuslaw River.
    OR - Erhart Lake, East of Hwy 101 and approximately 2 miles south of Dunes City

Myriophyllum spicatum

    OR - Unnamed lake - east side of dunes which border Heceta Beach and near N. jetty of the Siuslaw River.
    OR - Sutton Lake, North of Florence, Oregon

Nymphaea odorata

    OR - Hebo Lake
    OR - Collard Lake - east of Highway 101
    OR - Clear Lake, north of Florence east of hwy 101
    OR - Sutton Lake, North of Florence, Oregon
    OR - Munsel Lake, north of Florence, east of hwy 101


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