NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Whitson, M. (director). 2015. The John W. Thieret Herbarium (KNK). Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY. http://www.nku.edu/~herbarium/.
Reference Number: 29246
Author: Whitson, M. (director).
Date (year): 2015
Title:The John W. Thieret Herbarium (KNK)
Publisher:Northern Kentucky University
Publisher Location:Highland Heights, KY
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota
Acorus calamus KY - Headwaters of Dewey lake, ca. 1 to 2 miles from German Bridge on highway 194. Ca. 6 miles E of Prestonsburg KY - Farm pond used by cattle; south side of highway 60 (to farmers), ca. 4 miles WSW of Morehead KY - Madison Co., rear of Lake Reba about 2 miles S of Richmond KY - along U.S. 27 in Boston. KY - At end of College Park Dr., Lakeside Park.
Alisma plantago-aquatica MO - Open wetland, barren-like fields, and adjacent woodlands. Training areas, Ft. Leonard Wood Army Base
Marsilea macropoda LA - within City of New Orleans, vacant lot near corner of Bienville and Salcedo Ave.
Murdannia keisak GA - wet meadow, pipeline right-of-way, just east of Simonton Road and just west of Davis Road, southeast of Lawrenceville
Nymphaea × thiona KY - Grant County
Nymphoides peltata KY - private pond off Low Gap Rd, Alexandria
Typha domingensis KY - grassy, wet roadside ditch, Worthville
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