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Damrel, D. (curator). 2011. Clemson University Herbarium (CLEMS). Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29254
Type: Database
Author: Damrel, D. (curator).
Date (year): 2011
Title:Clemson University Herbarium (CLEMS)
Publisher:Clemson University
Publisher Location:Clemson, SC
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Created on:
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Eichhornia crassipes

    SC - pond off of Foreman Hill Rd., E of Bluffton
    SC - Mountville farm pond

Ludwigia cf. grandiflora/hexapetala

    NC - Shallow water along the river near Wilmington

Lythrum salicaria

    IA - Waverly, S edge of town, W of jct of US 218 & Technology Place

Marsilea mutica

    SC - Pikens

Marsilea quadrifolia

    SC - Greenville

Marsilea vestita

    FL - low meadow along Market St

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    SC - edge of wastewater pond, Hollow Creek
    SC - gravel pit/Kathwood Lakes on west side of Co. Hwy 314
    SC - York [Cloniger] Airport farm pond
    SC - sluggish creek just south of Red Bank on SC 6
    SC - Lake Issaqueena approx. 4 miles due NW of jct. of SC-133 with US-123/76

Pistia stratiotes

    SC - Great Pee Dee (Waccamaw) River, N of SC DNR
    SC - N of Mill Branch, Summerville

Salvinia minima

    SC - In the pond on the road to the Tabby Ruins. Spring Island

Typha angustifolia

    SC - retention pond behind Beaufort Wal Mart. Near intersection of Hwy 170 and Hwy 280


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