NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Seidler, T. (curator). 2014. University of Massachusetts Herbarium (MASS). University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. http://informatics.bio.umass.edu/museum/herbarium.
Reference Number: 28633
Author: Seidler, T. (curator).
Date (year): 2014
Title:University of Massachusetts Herbarium (MASS)
Publisher:University of Massachusetts
Publisher Location:Amherst, MA
Keywords: herbarium, MASS
Egeria densa MA - 60 Scotch Pine Road, Gerald Kroft's property
Hydrilla verticillata MA - 60 Scotch Pine Road, Gerald Kroft's property
Trapa natans MA - near Sharon MA - Concord River VT - Lake Champlain, near Orwell MA - Hancock Pond between Whitman Rd and Rte 43 MA - Sudbury Reservoir MA - Concord River at Talbot Mills, Billerica NY - Upstream end of Bock Island near mouth of Mohawk River VT - Lake Champlain, near Benson MA - near Pittsfield MA - Concord River at Route 4, Billerica VT - Lake Champlain, near West Haven VT - Lake Champlain, near Benson MA - pond on Stony Brook, Mount Holyoke College Campus, South Hadley MA - Concord River west of Route 225 VT - Lake Champlain, near Benson MA - Coes Pond Coes Reservoir and surrounding land, E of Mill St., S of June St., Wo of Botany Bay Rd. and Circuit Ave. W., and N of Mill St. and Coes St. MA - Between Log Pond Cove and bank of Conn. R. [Connecticut River] just upstream from Holyoke Dam
Typha angustifolia VT - roadside swamp, East Dorset on Rt. 7
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/21/2023].
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