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University of Pennsylvania. 2021. Morris Arboretum Herbarium (MOAR). SEINet Data Portal.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29264
Type: Database
Author: University of Pennsylvania
Date (year): 2021
Title:Morris Arboretum Herbarium (MOAR)
Publisher:SEINet Data Portal
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Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota, MOAR
DOI: 4bdd04b9-02ba-461b-ac30-19ff45a11078
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cabomba caroliniana

    PA - Tibbett's Pond
    PA - Lake Tamaque (also known as Pinecrest Lake)

Cyperus difformis

    PA - Octoraro Reservoir, E of Spruce Grove Boat Launch Area

Filipendula ulmaria

    PA - Orson

Hydrilla verticillata peregrina

    PA - Marsh Creek State Park, Marsh Creek Reservoir
    PA - Laurel Lake
    PA - Lake Meade
    PA - Raystown Lake
    PA - small impoundment on an unnamed tributary of Lackawanna River, 3.1 km N of La Plume
    PA - Glendale Lake, Prince Gallitzen State Park
    PA - Little Tinicum Island

Myriophyllum heterophyllum

    PA - Lake Tamaque, also known as Pinecrest Lake

Myriophyllum spicatum

    PA - Lake Nessmuk
    PA - Lake Stonycreek

Najas minor

    PA - Lake Aldred
    PA - Van Sciver Lake
    PA - Glendale Lake, Prince Gallitzen State Park
    PA - Holman Lake, Little Buffalo State Park
    PA - Chambers Lake
    PA - Eddystone, Delaware River mud flat

Potamogeton crispus

    PA - 2.28 km ENE of Lewisville, White Clay Creek Preserve, Big Elk Creek at Stirckersville Road Bridge

Trapa natans

    PA - Lake Towhee (BUCKS)
    PA - inlet/backwater along Delaware River, 2.1 mi S of Milanville

Typha angustifolia

    PA - floodplain meadow along Paper Mill Run, Morris Arboretum


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