NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Freeman, C.C., M. Mort (curators), C. Morse (manager), J. Archibald, and D. Crawford. 2010. R.L. McGregor Herbarium (KANU). Bridwell Botanical Research Laboratory, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. http://botany.biodiversity.ku.edu/collections.
Reference Number: 28163
Author: Freeman, C.C., M. Mort (curators), C. Morse (manager), J. Archibald, and D. Crawford.
Date (year): 2010
Title:R.L. McGregor Herbarium (KANU)
Publisher:Bridwell Botanical Research Laboratory, University of Kansas
Publisher Location:Lawrence, KS
Egeria densa KS - Lawrence, 1st and Michigan Streets, private pond
Iris pseudacorus KS - Pottawatomie County Lake No. 1 KS - Eskridge, 2.5 mi W. KS - Atwood, 0.25 mi W. KS - 6.1 mi N Linn Co line, 3 mi E Franklin Co KS - 2 mi N Linn Co line, 4 mi E Franklin Co line KS - Pottawatomie County Lake No. 1
Potamogeton crispus KS - Wells, 4 mi SW. KS - Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, West of Olathe. KS - Oskaloosa, 1 mi S. KS - Marquette, 4 mi S, 3 mi E. KS - Pratt County State Fish and Game Lake, 2 mi SE of Pratt submerged in small pond on E side KS - Riverton, 0.5 mi E KS - Belvidere, 3 mi SW
Typha domingensis IA - Louisville Bend Wildlife Management Area. Oxbow lake on E side of Missouri River. Muddy flats along lake.
Veronica anagallis-aquatica KS - Burr Oak, 6 mi NE. Rocky prairie ravine. In drainage ditch
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/27/2021].
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