NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Yatskievych, G. (curator). 2017. University of Texas at Austin Herbarium (TEX). University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. http://w3.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/.
Reference Number: 30522
Author: Yatskievych, G. (curator).
Date (year): 2017
Title:University of Texas at Austin Herbarium (TEX)
Publisher:University of Texas at Austin
Publisher Location:Austin, TX
Keywords: herbarium, TEX
Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious] TX - Cedar Creek arm of Lake Somerville, ca 2500 ft. SE of HQ at Nails Creek Unit, Lake Somerville State Recreation Area TX - Impounded stretch of Leona River just below confluence with Cooks Slough in Fort Inge Park, ca. 1.6 airmiles SSE of jct. F. R. 117 and F. R. 149 just S of Uvalde TX - Along SW shoreline of Colorado River, just S gas pipeline crossing 0.4-0.5 miles NW of mouth of Harvey Creek
Najas marina TX - Wetland, Oxford Rd. 1/4 mile W of 23rd St. McAllen/Edinburg TX - Possum Kingdom Lake, Gaines Bend near southern shoreline TX - Along tributary of Independence Creek entering that stream from the N, just E of Oasis Ranch HQ, ca. 1.8-1.9 airmiles E to ENE of St. Rt. 349 bridge over Independence Creek TX - Along bank of Independence Creek upstream from main crossing on Canon Ranch, ca. 0.9-1.0 airmiles E of St. Rt. 349 bridge TX - In one of several unshaded main channels of Independence Creek 0.9-1.0 airmiles E of St. Rt. 349 bridge. Independence Creek Preserve Sonora - Ciénega de Santa Clara, N end of ciénega, ca 1 Km D of hunters' camp Baja California - Río Hardy, ca 1 mi S of El Mayor
Nomaphila stricta TX - San Felipe Springs, along E bank, ca. 40 m N of the bridge on hwy 90 TX - San Felipe Springs, along E bank, ca. 40 m N of the bridge on hwy 90
Nymphoides peltata TX - N side of Corpus Christi Bay, W of NS Ingleside, E of village of Ingleside-on-the-Bay, ca. 1.5-1.6 airmiles SW of jct FM 1069 and FM 2725 S of Ingleside
Salvinia minima LA - Entrance to Florence Hunting Club, ca 7.33 mi. S of Gueydan
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