NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Vincent, M. (curator). 2014. W. S. Turrell Herbarium (MU). Miami University, Oxford, OH. http://herbarium.muohio.edu/herbariummu/.
Reference Number: 29265
Author: Vincent, M. (curator).
Date (year): 2014
Title:W. S. Turrell Herbarium (MU)
Publisher Location:Oxford, OH
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota
Egeria densa OH - ponds at Rowe Woods Cincinnati Nature Center
Myriophyllum aquaticum OK - Yashau Creek, 2.5 miles south of Broken Bow
Najas marina WI - Rush Lake WI - Rush Lake
Nymphoides peltata KY - private pond off Low Gap Rd, Alexandria OH - University of Dayton park pond OH - upper farm pond, private residence
Schoenoplectiella mucronata OH - Miami Whitewater Forest wetland, Hamilton County Park District OH - Mitigation wetland, Slate Run Metro Park, Madison Twp. OH - [Green Heron Park] Ross Twp. sect. 15. ODOT Wetland Mitigation Site, S of Hamilton-New London Rd., E of US Rt. 27, N of Indian Creek, N of SPCA building OH - Ross Twp. sect. 15. Green Heron Wetland Mitigation Site, former Broshear gravel pit, SE of Hamilton-New London Rd., NE of US Rt. 27, SW of Indian Creek OH - Scattered, 51-100 plants in created wetland; Sect. 22, Violet Twp.
Trapa natans MA - Concord River
Typha angustifolia OH - Camp Perry
Typha domingensis OH - The Wilds, 14000 International Road, Cumberland in Miller Valley Wetland on NE edge
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/19/2022].
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