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Brooks, D. 2013. In Nashua River, the once-thriving invasive water chestnut is in retreat. The Telegraph. Nashua, NH. 7/17/2013. http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/print/?sid=2966926. Created on 07/17/2013. Accessed on 07/07/2015.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27675
Type: News
Author: Brooks, D.
Date (year): 2013
Title:In Nashua River, the once-thriving invasive water chestnut is in retreat
Publisher:The Telegraph
Publisher Location:Nashua, NH
URL: http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/print/?sid=2966926
Accessed on: 07/07/2015
Created on: 07/17/2013
Keywords: New Hampshire, Trapa natans, water chestnut, Myriophyllum spicatum, Eurasian milfoil, Pepperell Pond, Pepperell, MA
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    NH - Nashua River, behind Public Works grounds, just off Rt. 111 at public boat launch and dam, ca. 100 meters upstream from dam
    NH - Nashua Canal, Nashua, NH

Trapa natans

    NH - Nashua River, behind Public Works grounds, just off Rt. 111 at public boat launch and dam, ca. 100 meters upstream from dam
    NH - Nashua River, behind Public Works grounds, just off Rt. 111 at public boat launch and dam, ca. 100 meters upstream from dam
    MA - Pepperell Pond, impoundment along Nashua River


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