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Antillean group of Invasive Species (GAEI). 2018. Atlas de Especies Invasoras de Puerto Rico. University of Puerto Rico Agricultural Sciences, Mayagüez, PR. http://atlas.eea.uprm.edu/. Accessed on 01/29/2019.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27835
Type: Database
Author: Antillean group of Invasive Species (GAEI).
Date (year): 2018
Title:Atlas de Especies Invasoras de Puerto Rico
Publisher:University of Puerto Rico Agricultural Sciences
Publisher Location:Mayagüez, PR
URL: http://atlas.eea.uprm.edu/
Accessed on: 01/29/2019
Created on:
Keywords: invasive plants, database, Puerto Rico
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious]

    PR - El Paterre Park, Calle Jose de Diego
    PR - Bahia Beach Resort
    PR - El Paterre Park, Calle Jose de Diego

Pontederia crassipes

    VI - gardens of Restaurant Fajita, Lindbergh Bay, Cabritaberg
    VI - small pond near RT-38 Weymouth Rhymer Hwy, Turpentine Run, Donoe
    PR - covering the entire lake # 1 in Ponce, N of Blvd Julian de Rodriguez
    PR - Cartagena gap in Lajas, N of Camino El Zapato
    PR - Guajataca riverbed, near its mouth, just E of PR-2 E bridge
    PR - banks of the mouth of the Rio Grande de Arecibo, E of Calle del Rio St
    PR - Rio Grande of Arecibo, obstructing the passage of the water through PR-123 bridge on the Carr
    PR - near the gates of the Loiza Lake dam
    PR - Lake Cidra, near the Treasure Island Hotel
    PR - Barrio playa anasco


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