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Jewitt, A. 2017. 2017 Water Chestnut Chasers Challenge. iMapInvasives, PA. https://www.paimapinvasives.org/administratorresources.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 34494
Type: Report
Author: Jewitt, A.
Date (year): 2017
Report Title2017 Water Chestnut Chasers Challenge
Publisher:iMapInvasives
Publisher Location:PA
Pages: 14
URL: https://www.paimapinvasives.org/administratorresources
Keywords: Trapa natans
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Trapa natans

    PA - Lake Nockamixon
    PA - Unnamed waterbody NW of Sellersville
    PA - Unnamed waterbody (beaver dam pond); Dorrance Twp.
    PA - Maple Run Reservoir
    PA - Indian Creek
    PA - Unnamed pond in business complex in Kulpsville
    PA - Unnamed waterbody, NE of Montgomeryville
    PA - Allegheny River, near Mead Island
    PA - Pond at Blueberry Hill golf course
    PA - Pond at Cable Hollow golf course
    PA - Akeley Swamp, Conewango Creek
    PA - Unnamed waterbody in Brittney-Farms Highlands
    PA - Little Neshaminy Creek, near Bradford Reservoir, near PA Rte. 611, in Kemper Park, near Neshaminy Valley Gold Club and SE of Summit Ave.
    PA - Newtown Creek, near 51 Harmony Way and SE of 45 Harmony Way as well as a nearby 'large waterbody'
    PA - Delaware River near Logan Point and at the confluence with Neshaminy Creek


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