NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Horn, C. (Director). 2019. Newberry College Herbarium (NBYC). Newberry College, Newberry, SC.
Reference Number: 33670
Author: Horn, C. (Director).
Date (year): 2019
Title:Newberry College Herbarium (NBYC)
Publisher Location:Newberry, SC
Keywords: SERNEC, NBYC, herbarium
Hydrilla verticillata [dioecious] SC - US 17 at Sampit River and Co. Rt 42. Ca. 9 miles west of Georgetown SC - Inlet of Lake Murray, west of Co. rt 216. Ca. 5 miles west of Irmo
Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious] VA - South Fork of Shenandoah River at Co. rt 649, just west of town of Island Ford WV - Greenbrier River at US 60, just west of town of Caldwell
Ludwigia peploides SC - Saluda River at SC 395; mudlfats adjacent to river. Upper reaches of Lake Murray. ca. 10 mi S of Newberry
Myriophyllum aquaticum SC - Boat ramp and mudflats on the Saluda River to south of SC 395; upper end of Lake Murray. Ca. 10 mi S of Newberry SC - Newberry Co. 42 at creek 2.4 mi E of Newberry Co. 26 in Prosperity. Ca. 5 mi SE of Newberry. Common in pond near road SC - Enoree Rich Woods site to south of Enoree River. Floodplain to west of terminus of Forest Service road 334, off of County 554. Sumter National Forest
Pontederia crassipes SC - Dillon County
Salvinia molesta SC - Campus of USC - Beaufort, Bluffton Campus just south of US 278, 5.6 miles east of I-95
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/24/2020].
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