NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
State of Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Office of Water Resources. 2015. Aquatic Invasive Species: (AIS) Plants Documented in RI Freshwaters. http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/benviron/water/quality/surfwq/aisplant.htm. Created on 04/29/2015. Accessed on 06/26/2015.
Reference Number: 27638
Type: Web Page
Author: State of Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Office of Water Resources
Date (year): 2015
Title:Aquatic Invasive Species: (AIS) Plants Documented in RI Freshwaters
Accessed on: 06/26/2015
Created on: 04/29/2015
Keywords: Trapa natans, water chestnut, Corbicula fluminea, Asian clam, Rhode Island, RIDEM
Cabomba caroliniana RI - Echo Lake RI - Pascoag Reservoir [Echo Lake]
Corbicula fluminea RI - South Branch Pawtuxet River RI - Tiogue Lake [just SW of West Warwick, RI] RI - Upper Dam Pond RI - Happy Hollow Pond RI - James V Turner Reservoir RI - Wenscott Reservoir (Twin Rivers) RI - Peace Dale Reservoir RI - Worden Pond in Kingston RI - Stafford Pond RI - Warwick Pond RI - Mishnock Lake
Eichhornia crassipes RI - Sylvan's Brook Pond, Cumberland
Myriophyllum heterophyllum RI - Pascoag Reservoir [Echo Lake]
Myriophyllum spicatum RI - Barney Pond RI - Olney Pond RI - Gorton Pond RI - Chapman Pond, in southern Rhode Island
Potamogeton crispus RI - Brickyard Pond
Trapa natans RI - James V. Turner Reservoir, East Providence RI - Rhode Island, Porters Pond RI - Rhode Island, Belleville Pond RI - Rhode Island, Sylvestre Pond
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/17/2021].
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