NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Isaac, B. (collections). 2016. Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium (CM). Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA. http://www.carnegiemnh.org/botany/collection.html.
Reference Number: 29255
Author: Isaac, B. (collections).
Date (year): 2016
Title:Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium (CM)
Publisher:Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Publisher Location:Pittsburgh, PA
Acorus calamus PA - Lake Pleasant, SE shore area nr FBC parking area PA - ca 3.5 km SE of Pecan, along Allegheny River PA - Lake Pleasant, 20-30 m south of Fish and Boat Commission access TN - no further locality NC - ca 6.5 mi N of Hyde Co. line on NC 94 NC - 3.4 mi SSE of New Hope NC - edge of Cape Fear River just S of fertilizer plant NC - 1.7 mi W of Orange-Durham Co. line on US 70, then 2.2 mi N, & 1.2 mi NW on Eno River NC - 1 mi N of I-40 on Newfound Rd, then left on road along North Hominy Creek, then NNW for 0.2 mi NC - Washington, Pamlico River NJ - Watchung NJ - Raritan NJ - 1 mi W of Greenwich, along Pine Mount Creek NJ - Newton Creek, N of Collings Rd, Fairview NJ - just N of Penns Grove, along Delaware River NJ - Pleasant Mills NJ - Liberty Park, along Cooper Creek
Cabomba caroliniana PA - Conneaut Lake (CRAWFORD) PA - Conneaut Lake (CRAWFORD) PA - Conneaut Lake (CRAWFORD)
Drosera filiformis PA - ca 4 mi N of Chalk Hill, along Rock Run PA - Glade Run Bog, 0.3 mi, 328° of jct of Flat Rock & Glade Runs, just E of Glade Run, North Union Twp PA - ca 4.8 km NNE of Chalk Hill, Chalk Hill Bog (aka Glade Run Bog)
Egeria densa PA - Hopewell, Raystown Branch Juniata River at the mouth of Yellow Creek.
Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious] PA - south end of Pymatuning Reservoir at the following locations: 41 30 21 / 80 27 44 and 41 30 40 / 80 28 21.
Hydrocharis morsus-ranae PA - Akeley Swamp, ca. 5 km N of Russell
Iris pseudacorus PA - Sparta Township, Clear Lake, ca 1.8 km NW of Spartansburg PA - Ca 1.5 km N of Edinboro Borough, E shore of Edinboro Lake PA - Raccoon Creek State Park Wildflower Reserve, on western banks of Raccoon Creek
Limnobium spongia NY - Rice Creek Pond, off Brownell Rd, SW of Oswego NY - ca 9.6 km WNW of Hannibal just N of North Fair Haven, along Lake Ontario
Marsilea vestita FL - low meadow along Market St
Myosotis scorpioides PA - Pickering Creek, Calamus Swamp, 2 mi E of Eagle
Myriophyllum spicatum OK - Thomas Lake, 1 mi W of Medicine Park, Wichita Mts. Wildlife Refuge NM - in marsh at upper end of Lake Roberts, Gila Nat'l Forest
Potamogeton crispus PA - North end of Edinboro Lake. PA - Sparta Township, Clear Lake, ca 1.7 km NW of Spartansburg PA - North end of Edinboro Lake. PA - 3 km SSW of Tionesta, mouth of Little Tionesta Creek PA - Youghiogheny Riverbank - Dawson to Layton, Perry Twp PA - Conneaut Lake (CRAWFORD) PA - ca 22 km SSE of Erie, LeBoeuf Lake PA - on Twp Rd 701, ca 0.25 mi NE of Flatwoods, Virgin Run Lake PA - Ridgway Township, 3.7 km NNE of Ridgway in Clarion River PA - Conneaut Lake (CRAWFORD) PA - North end of Edinboro Lake PA - ca 22 km SSE of Erie, LeBoeuf Lake PA - ca 2 km NNW of Edinboro, Edinboro Lake PA - North end of Edinboro Lake PA - edge of Delaware River, Yardley
Trapa natans NY - Rice Creek Pond, off Brownell Rd, SW of Oswego MA - Cambridge, along Charles River near Magazine Beach NY - ca 9.6 km WNW of Hannibal just N of North Fair Haven, along Lake Ontario
Typha angustifolia PA - Eddystone
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/15/2019].
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