NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Wagner, W.L., D.R. Herbst, and D.H. Lorence. 2005. Flora of the Hawaiian Islands website. Smithsonian Institution & National Tropical Botanical Garden. http://ravenel.si.edu/botany/pacificislandbiodiversity/hawaiianflora/index.htm (13 February 2008).
Reference Number: 17319
Author: Wagner, W.L., D.R. Herbst, and D.H. Lorence.
Date (year): 2005
Title:Flora of the Hawaiian Islands website.
Publisher:Smithsonian Institution & National Tropical Botanical Garden.
URL: http://ravenel.si.edu/botany/pacificislandbiodiversity/hawaiianflora/index.htm (13 February 2008)
Keywords: plants, Hawaii, herbarium, Smithsonian
Azolla cf. cristata/filiculoides HI - Manoa Valley, Oahu Island HI - Haliewa, Waialua, Oahu Island HI - Kahakuloa Valley, Kahakuloa, W Maui HI - Kawaihapai, Oahu Island HI - Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge, Kauai Island, near large bridge HI - Private lotus farm, Waialua Beach Rd, Waialua, Oahu Island
Colocasia esculenta HI - Kalalau, Kauai Island HI - Lyon Arboretum, upper Manoa Valley, Honolulu
Ipomoea aquatica HI - pond near Haiku HI - Kawainui swamp/marsh near Kailua Bay HI - Kawainui swamp/marsh near Kailua Bay HI - Kawainui swamp/marsh near Kailua Bay HI - Kanaha Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Wailuku District HI - island of Hawaii
Pistia stratiotes HI - Oahu, Mokuleia (near Waialua) HI - Maui, 2.5 mi E of Kihei
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/20/2022].
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