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Cape Fear Spadderdock: Native to locations in Cape Fear, Black, and Waccamaw Rivers.

The US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) is trying to learn more about the distribution of an aquatic plant native to southeastern VA, eastern NC, and northeastern SC.  It has been known to frequent the Northeast Cape Fear, Black, and Waccamaw Rivers.  This is NOT an exotic invasive plant; rather, it is a native.  As such, the USFWS would like to learn more about the plant’s range and abundance.

The USFWS is interested in photographs, water body names, road crossings…actual longitude and latitude; whatever information that you can provide.  The reports should be directed to Dale Suiter at Dale_Suiter@fws.gov or (919) 856-4520 extension 18.

For additional information about this plant, see the USFWS Cape Fear Spadderdock factsheet.

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Photo of Dr. Diana RashashDr. Diana RashashArea Specialized Agent, Water Quality / Waste Management Serves 18 CountiesBased out of Onslow County(910) 455-5873 diana_rashash@ncsu.eduOnslow County, North Carolina
Updated on Jan 22, 2018
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