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Many. 2008. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE) at the University of Connecticut: online database. University of Conneticut, USDA. http://nbii-nin.ciesin.columbia.edu/ipane/ (accessed 9 September 2008).
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18123
Type: Database
Author: Many.
Date (year): 2008
Title:Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE) at the University of Connecticut: online database.
Publisher:University of Conneticut, USDA.
Publisher Location:
URL: http://nbii-nin.ciesin.columbia.edu/ipane/ (accessed 9 September 2008)
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Keywords: New England, plants, invasive, IPANE, University of Connecticut
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Iris pseudacorus

    ME - Saco Township, York County
    ME - Acadia National Park, north of Sand Beach
    NH - Jaffrey
    NH - Connecticut River, opposite Vernon Nuclear Power Plant
    NH - Connecticut River flood plain, south of Power plant, north of boat launch
    NH - Upper Ammonoosuc River; Emery Farm
    NH - Upper Ammonoosuc River; Emery Farm
    NH - Contoocook River
    RI - Narragansett
    RI - Worden's Pond
    RI - Tiverton, Tiverton Four Corners
    VT - Brandon
    VT - Brandon
    VT - Connecticut River, North of Vernon Dam
    VT - Rockingham
    VT - North of Black River and Connecticut River confluence

Myriophyllum spicatum

    ME - Pleasant Hill Pond, Scarborough

Potamogeton crispus

    ME - West Pond


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