NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Calflora. 2007. Information on California plants for education, research and conservation. http://www.calflora.org.
Reference Number: 17141
Date (year): 2007
Title:Information on California plants for education, research and conservation
Publisher Location:Berkeley, CA
Keywords: California, plants, observations
Egeria densa CA - American River CA - Delta Meadows River SP CA - Delta Meadows River SP CA - Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park, Napa CA - Agua Caliente Creek, Cattle pond 1/4 mile from the end of Norrbom Road. CA - Helen Putnam Regional Park CA - Fairfield Osborn Preserve CA - San Francisco County CA - San Francisco County CA - San Luis Obispo County
Eichhornia crassipes CA - San Luis Wildlife Refuge CA - Delta Meadows River SP CA - Sacramento River Delta CA - Southwestern San Bernardino county, transverse ranges incl. Pinto Mts CA - San Gabriel Mtns., Glen Helen Regional Park CA - Arrowbear Lake, E of Running Springs, N and W margins of lake CA - West of Stockton, on Borden Highway CA - Grizzly Island Wildlife Area at Montezuma Slough at the east end of Grizzly Island Rd CA - Northwest (5.5 mi) of Oroville CA - Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge CA - Colusa County CA - Glenn County CA - Kings County CA - Kern County CA - Tujunga Ponds (West of 210 freeway & City of Sunland) Southern base San Gabriel Mtns CA - Lake El Estero - Pond across Fremont Blvd W of Jr College CA - Rodeo Lagoon CA - Orange County CA - Western Placer county, west of Sierra crest CA - Western Riverside county, from base of San Jacinto Mtns. west CA - Santa Cruz County CA - eastern Shasta county, east of Sacramento River CA - Sutter County CA - Tehama County CA - Western Tulare county, west of Friant-Kern Canal and base of Sierra Nevada, Central Valley portion. CA - Yolo County
Pistia stratiotes CA - Nipomo CA - Imperial County
Zostera japonica CA - Mendocino County
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/27/2022].
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