NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Cowles, S. 2017. Destructive river weed found in Blackwater. The Tidewater News. Franklin, VA. http://www.tidewaternews.com/2017/10/14/destructive-river-weed-found-in-blackwater/. Created on 10/14/2017. Accessed on 10/17/2017.
Reference Number: 30723
Author: Cowles, S.
Date (year): 2017
Title:Destructive river weed found in Blackwater
Publisher:The Tidewater News
Publisher Location:Franklin, VA
Accessed on: 10/17/2017
Created on: 10/14/2017
Keywords: Alternanthera philoxeroides
Alternanthera philoxeroides NC - Blackwater River, N of confluence with Nottoway and Chowan Rivers VA - Blackwater River, at US-58, Suffolk VA - Blackwater River, S of Pond B-2 VA - Blackwater River, at US-258 bridge, eastern shore VA - Blackwater River at N side of Georges Bend VA - Blackwater River, W of 747 [Wyanoke Trail] VA - Blackwater River, E of Daniels Drive VA - Blackwater River, at confluence with D-Pond VA - Blackwater River VA - Blackwater River, at bend near Daniels Drive VA - Blackwater River, at junction of Nottoway and Chowan Rivers VA - connection between Pond B-2 and Blackwater River VA - Blackwater River, downstream of Georges Bend
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