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Salvinia molesta Mitchell

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2001. Castanea. MS Literature
Assorted authors. State noxious weed lists for 46 states. State agriculture or natural resource departments. Literature
Aulbach-Smith, Cynthia A. Personal communication. SC Literature
Bureau of Farm Productsand Plant Industries. Massachusetts prohibited plant list (23 January 2006). Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources, Massachusetts. Literature
Bureau of Plant Industry. Regulation of noxious weeds (24 May 2006). State of Mississippi, Mississippi. Literature
California Department of Food and Agriculture. Plant quarantine manual, California plant quarantine policy - weeds (20 October 2003). California Department of Food and Agriculture, California. Literature
California Invasive Plant Council. California Invasive Plant Inventory. Cal-IPC Publication 2006-02 (1 February 2007). California Invasive Plant Council, Berkeley, California. Literature
Carter, R., Baker, W.W., Morris, W.M. 2009. Contributions to the flora of Georgia, U.S.A. Vulpia 8: 1-54. GA Literature
Center for Aquatic Resource Studies. 1999. Nonindigenous aquatic species. United States Geological Survey. AL, HI, MS Literature
Connecticut Invasive Plants Council. Connecticut invasive plant list (20 April 2005). Connecticut Invasive Plants Council, Connecticut. Literature
Division of Plant Industry. Summary of plant protection regulations (20 October 2003). Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Alabama. Literature
Domangue, B.E., and C.K. McMullen. 2013. Floristic survey of the vascular plants of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Castanea 78: 312-322. VA Literature
Fowler, Larry. Personal communication. LA Literature
Howard, Vanessa. 1 September 2004. Field observation validated by NPDC staff. LA Observation
Howard, Vanessa. 6 November 2004. Field observation validated by NPDC staff. LA Observation
Howard, Vanessa. July 2006. Field observation validated by NPDC staff. LA Observation
Howard, Vanessa. November 2001. Field observation validated by NPDC staff. LA Observation
Hrusa, F., B. Ertter, A. Sanders, G. Leppig, and E. Dean. 2002. Catalog of non-native vascular plants occurring spontaneously in California beyond those addressed in The Jepson Manual. Part I. Madroño 49: 61-98. CA Literature
Hrusa, F., Ertter, B., and A. Sanders, et al. Personal communication. CA Literature
Hrusa, G.F. 2003. Noxious weeds data. Unpublished. CA Literature
Jacono, Colette. Personal communication. AZ, CA, GA Literature
Nevada Administrative Code. Control of insects, pests, and noxious weeds (20 October 2003). State of Nevada, Nevada. Literature
Oregon Administrative Rules. Quarantine; noxious weeds, Chapter 603-52-1200 (24 May 2006). State of Oregon, Oregon. Literature
Plant Industry Division. Rules pertaining to the administration and enforcement of the Colorado Noxious Weed Act (23 January 2006). Colorado Department of Agriculture, Colorado. Literature
Plant Services Division. Prohibited, regulated and restricted noxious weeds (1 May 2006). Arizona Department of Agriculture, Arizona. Literature
Riefner, R.E. 2005. Noteworthy collections. California. Madroño 52: 272-273. CA Literature
South Carolina Aquatic Nuisance Species Program. Illegal aquatic plants in South Carolina (20 October 2003). South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, South Carolina. Literature
State Crop Pest Commission. Designation of plant pests (24 May 2006). State of South Carolina, South Carolina. Literature
Steury, B.W. 2004. Noteworthy collections: District of Columbia and Maryland. Castanea 69: 154-157. DC Literature
Thomas, R.D., and C.M. Allen. 1997. Atlas of the vascular flora of Louisiana, vols. 1-3 (Plus updates). Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Natural Heritage Program, Baton Rouge. LA Literature
Turner, B.L., H. Nichols, G. Denny, and O. Doron. 2003. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas, vol. 2. Sida, Botanical Miscellany, No. 24. Botanical Research Institute of Texas Press, Fort Worth. TX Literature
USDA, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ). Federal noxious weed list (1 February 2012). USDA, APHIS, PPQ, Washington, DC. Literature
Vermont Department of Agriculture, Food and Markets. Quarantine #3 - noxious weeds (20 October 2003). Vermont Department of Agriculture, Food and Markets, Vermont. Literature
Weakley, A.S. 1996. Flora of the Carolinas and Virginia. Unpublished. NC Literature
Westbrooks, Randy. Personal communication. FL Literature
Wieland, R.G. 2004. County records of Mississippi collections (#5501-9869, 9/12/89 to 1/23/04) deposited at Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Herbarium (MMNS). Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Jackson. MS Literature
Wunderlin, R.P., and B.F. Hansen. 2008. Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants [online: accessed on 8 November 2014]. Institute for Systematic Botany, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. FL Literature
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