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Zeiger, C.F. 1976. Aquatic plant problems in Puerto Rico. Pages 24-25 in Proceedings, Research Planning Conference on the Aquatic Plant Control Program, 22-24 October 1975. U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg, MS.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16114
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Zeiger, C.F.
Date (year): 1976
Book Title: Proceedings, Research Planning Conference on the Aquatic Plant Control Program, 22-24 October 1975
Editor:
Edition:
Title:Aquatic plant problems in Puerto Rico
Publisher:U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station
Publisher Location:Vicksburg, MS
Volume: A-76-1
Pages: 24-25
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Keywords: Puerto Rico, invasive, water hyacinth; alligatorweed; biocontrol, Human diseases, Eichhornia crassipes, Alternanthera philoxeroides, Bilharzia (Schistosomiasis)
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alternanthera philoxeroides

    PR - Lago Loiza
    PR - Mayaguez
    PR - Rio de la Plata

Eichhornia crassipes

    PR - Loiza reservoir (Lago Loiza) and downstream on the Loiza River
    PR - Cidra Reservoir [=Lago de Cidra]
    PR - Lago Loiza
    PR - Cidra Reservoir [=Lago de Cidra]
    PR - La Plata Reservoir
    PR - Dos Bocas Reservoir
    PR - Arecibo
    PR - Coamo Reservoir
    PR - Laguna Cartagena, Lajas


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