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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. 2007. South Carolina Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Columbia, SC. http://www.dnr.sc.gov/water/envaff/aquatic/aisfiles/draftscmgmtplan8092007.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16459
Type: Report
Author: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.
Date (year): 2007
Report TitleSouth Carolina Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan.
Publisher:South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Publisher Location:Columbia, SC
Pages: 136 pp
URL: http://www.dnr.sc.gov/water/envaff/aquatic/aisfiles/draftscmgmtplan8092007.pdf
Keywords: South Carolina, plants
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    SC - Saluda River below Lake Murray
    SC - Richard B. Russell Lake
    SC - Waccamaw River Drainage

Eichhornia crassipes

    SC - Savannah River

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    SC - Lake Keowee [Wahalla]
    SC - Lake Moultrie
    SC - Lake Wateree
    SC - Sedalia Lake, Tyger River WMA

Najas minor

    SC - Lake Marion

Pistia stratiotes

    SC - Waccamaw River, near Hagley Landing, ca. 6 mi upstream of US 17 bridge

Salvinia molesta

    SC - Delta Plantation, 2 ponds and associated canals
    SC - Delta Plantation, 2 ponds and associated canals


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