Decomposing mats of curlyleaf pondweed release phosphorus; which can cause an increase in algal blooms and effect drinking water quality (WI DNR 2012). Holm, L., J. Doll, E. Holm, J. Pancho, and J. Herberger. 2010). 2016. Geographic subdivisions for Potamogeton crispus: KR, NCoR, CaR, s SN, n SNH, GV, CCo, SnFrB, SCo, ChI, SnGb, SnBr, PR, D : MAP CONTROLS 1. University of Arizona Herbarium. University of South Florida, Institute for Systemic Botany. 2010. Great Lakes Commission (GLC). U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Atlas of Tennessee Vascular Plants Volume 2. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin. 1990. However, it is tolerant of significant nutrient pollution, and this has allowed it to persist in intensively farmed areas where more sensitive pondweeds have declined. Potamogeton crispus is a PERENNIAL at a fast rate. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. Illinois Database of Aquatic Non-native Species. 2nd edition. Weisman, S. 2016. Bell. The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY) - Vascular Plant Collection. Hyacinth Control Journal 7:18-20. Created on 07/08/2015. 2 pp. Potamogeton crispus L. Basionym: ** Type: ** ** Not applicable or data not available. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54(4): 612-618. (4-10 cm) long, 0.2-0.4 in. Prohibitied Species in the Great Lakes Region. Control of Potamogeton crispus and Myriophyllum spicatum in Crystal Lake, Middletown, CT 2006 - 2008. 1: 126 (1753). 1975. Shaw. Huan Jing Ke Xue. Aquatic Weed Control. Journal of Wildlife Management 23(4):405-408. Accessed on 12/04/2015. The genus Potamogeton contains approximately 100 species (Flora of North America Editorial Committee, 1993) and is cosmopolitan. The inflorescence is a short spike of flowers emerging above the water surface. Accessed on 02/25/2016. In the present study, Potamogeton crispus L. plants exposed to various concentrations of silver (Ag) (5, 10, 15, and 20 microM) for 5d were investigated to determine the accumulating potential of Ag and its influence on nutrient elements, chlorophyll â¦ Distrubutional history of Potamogeton crispus (curly pondweed) in North America. Volume I. Cranbrook Insitute of Science and University of Michigan Herbarium. Center for Field Biology, Austin University, Clarksville, TN. Created on 02/24/2016. Great Lakes region nonindigenous occurrences, the earliest and latest observations in each state/province, and the tally and names of HUCs with observations†. Guide to using 1995-1997 Maryland biological stream survey data. This plant has no children Legal Status. Reapplication of diqaut in subsequent years may be necessary for complete control (Bugbee 2009). Chi, J. and Q. Yang. Created on 04/03/2007. van Wijk, R.J. 1988. In waters too turbid to support other submersed macrophytes, P. crispus may provide ecosystem benefits for fish and wildlife habitat and a source of macroinvertebrate food organisms. 2015. Steyermark's Flora of Missouri, Vol 1. As the vast quantity of plant matter decomposes, the concentration of oxygen in the water can drop significantly and possibly impact fish (IPANE 2013; Lui et al. Colorado Flora: Eastern Slope. 2010. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/d415c253-4d61-4459-9d25-4015b9084fb0. Lutz. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/7bd65a7a-f762-11e1-a439-00145eb45e9a. Morris Arboretum at the University of Pennsylvania (MOAR), Philadelphia, PA. http://www.paflora.org. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Common names are from state and federal lists. 1990. http://anstaskforce.gov/State%20Plans/Idaho_ANS_Plan_2007.pdf. Potamogeton crispus has a moderate beneficial effect in the Great Lakes. Shanks. http://www.clr.pdx.edu/docs/MCRANS_Final_Rprt.pdf. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. This species is also able to remove cadmium from water, but at the cost of decreased photosynthesis (Sivaci et al. Grass carp is illegal in some Great Lake states (GLIFWC 2006). Mississippi State University. Inventory of Available Controls for Aquatic Nuisance Species of Concern – Chicago Area Waterway System: Appendix C - ANS Control Fact Sheets. Michigan Flora: A guide to the identification and occurrence of the native and naturalized seed-plants of the state. Oregon State University. McGregor, R.L., and T.M. Potamogeton crispus. Angela Poovey FISH 423 course material (Fall 2008) - Potamogeton crispus, A closer look at the current aquatic plant life of Lake Beseck, GLERL 4840 S. State Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108-9719 (734) 741-2235
1977. 22(4): 1053—1058. Range Extensions and First reports for some Tennessee Vascular Plants. Potamogeton crispus L. â curly pondweed Subordinate Taxa. Zheng, and G. X. Wang. Accessed on 09/08/2008. The leaves are linear or oblong in shape. 1992. Accessed 29 April 2013. Potamogeton crispus L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 65:655-668. 1997. Share. I. Alismatidae. The use of equipment such as dredges, underwater rototillers, or hydrorakes are more effective for populations in deep waters (ENSR International 2005; USACE 2011). University of Washington Burke Museum. Accessed on 08/27/2013. acutifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus var. 2007. Börner. 1985. 2012. 1979. Plantae > Tracheophyta > Liliopsida > Alismatales > Potamogetonaceae > Potamogeton > Potamogeton crispus L. 0. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA. Padgett, D.J., and G.E. datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Potamogeton crispus L. of Natural Resources (WI DNR). Darrin Fresh Water Institute, Aquatic Plant Identification Program, Bolton Landing, New York. 2008. (2000-4700 m; Temperate and arctic N. Hemisphere)- syn. 2012. 2010. Pennsylvania Flora Project. Albee, B.J., L.M. This pondweed is considered an invasive species in much of North America. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO. Created on 01/10/2014. Potamogeton crispus L. Flora category. UA Herbarium. Potamogeton crispus f. gemmifer Rchb. Bismark News. Information Sheet 12: Curled Pondweed. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Orth, R.J., K.A. ), P. ochreatus (P. Ã jacobsii Z.Kaplan, Fehrer & Hellq.) 4 pp. Lake Bomoseen Association drafts boat screening plan to stop invasives. Upwellings. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Only submerged leaves are produced, which are sessile, linear or oblong in shape, 25â95 mm long and 5â12 mm wide. It may be found in slightly brackish waters (Catling and Dobson 1985). 2014. Lone Pine Publishing, Auburn, WA. Dritschilo, G. 2010. 2015. 1985. 117 pp. Virginia Botanical Associates, Farmville. The Iowa State University Press/Ames. Some unwelcome additions to the flora of New Hampshire. 2008). Ogden, E.C. The hybrid Potamogeton crispus x P. praelongus (= P. x undulatus Wolfgang ex Schultes & Schultes f.) has been confirmed from a northeastern Indiana lake (Alix and Scribailo 2006). 3 vols. Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. Rhodora 95(883/884):348-351. Reservoir Pondweeds: Ice Harbor and Lower Monumental Reservoirs, rooted aquatic vascular development. state centroids or Canadian provinces). Pfingsten, L. Cao, and L. Berent. Curlyleaf pondweed is able to uptake cerium, cobalt, cesium, and their isotopes; indicating that it could be used to treat low level liquid radioactive waste (Hafez et al. 1978), then grow rapidly in early spring when water temperatures are still quite cool (10-15°C). Submerged vascular plants in the Delaware River from the Delaware Water Gap to Trenton. Table 1. Beal, E.O., and J.W. University Press of Colorado. Atlas of Tennessee Vascular Plants Volume 1. Leach, J.T. Herbarium Specimen Voucher Data, Norton Brown Herbarium (MARY). 2013 aquatic invasive species monitoring results. All plants, including natives, will be exposed to drying or freezing (ENSR International 2005). Natural Environment Research Council, Centre for Aquatic Plant Management. Monson. The optimal timing for cutting is debated. Central Hardwoods Invasive Plant Network. ENSR International. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE) at the University of Connecticut online database. It grows entirely underwater except for the flower stalk which rises above the water (WA-DOE 2001). Chester, E.W., B.E. 2006. Thayer, D.D., I.A. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao.The Journal of Applied Ecology. Ecological studies on Potamogeton pectinatus L. I. general characteristics, biomass production and life cycles under field conditions. Titus, J.E. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/eap/lakes/aquaticplants/index.html#annualsurvey. 2012. (5-10 mm) wide, translucent and have noticeably curly margins (resemble lasagna noodles). Plants may still continue to grow, but their reproductive ability will be greatly reduced (ENSR International 2005). The National Vegetation Survey (NVS) Databank is a physical archive and electronic databank containing records of over 94,000 vegetation survey plots - including data from over 19,000 permanent plots. Pl. Chabreck, R.H., and R.E. National list of plants species that occur in wetlands: intermountain (region 8). 1978; Tobiessen and Snow 1983). Rice, P.M. 2008. The winter growth form of P. crispus is morphologically different from its spring or summer growth form, with leaves that are flattened, narrow, and blue-green in color with few stems and thin rhizomes (Tobiessen and Snow 1983). Several species of dabbling ducks are known to eat P. crispus seeds and turions (Hunt and Lutz 1959). 2008). [Curly, curly-leaved, crispy-leaved, crisped] pondweed. trying to control present invasive species and prevent others. 1986. Nuisance weed found in McClusky Canal. Herbarium (UNA). Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 34(1):58-65. Control can be obtained with a dose of 6 - 15 ppb with an exposure time of 60 – 120 day (ENSR International 2005). St. James Plaindealer. Potamogeton crispus L. EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. Volume 1 and 2. Curly pondweed may clog waterways, inhibiting aquatic recreation and is considered a nuisance in some areas. Stanford University Press, California. It is being provided to meet the need for timely best science. 2008. 1997. 2011). Indianapolis, IN. State University of Iowa, Ames, IA. This invasive pond weed is indigenous to Eurasia and Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, Frankfort, KY. Bear, B. Leaves are alternate, 4-10 cm in length and 5-10 mm wide. Jacono, P.L. 1986. Potamogeton lucens L. (2950 m; Europe, N. Africa, Temperate Asia) Potamogeton natans L. (3500-4400 m; Temperate and arctic N. Hemisphere) 1984. CONN. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/5288946d-5fcf-4b53-8fd3-74f4cc6b53fc. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Bear, B. 1966. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/95b97882-f762-11e1-a439-00145eb45e9a. Arizona State University. Identification: Potamogeton crispus grows entirely as a submersed aquatic plant with no floating leaves. Effects of Potamogeton crispus L. on the fate of phthalic acid esters in an aquatic microcosm. The leaves usually have wavy edges but this is not always apparent, especially on new growth. and Potamogeton crispus L. and its effect on pigments and total phenolic compounds. This information is preliminary or provisional and is subject to revision. Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis, MD. GISIN, Fort Collins, CO. http://gisin.org/cwis438/websites/GISINDirectory/Occurrence_Result.php?ProjectID=391&WebSiteID=4. Available http://invasives.glifwc.org/Potamogeton_crispus/control.html. Created on 06/18/2015. Crooked Lake aquatic vegetation management plan. 1988. 1997), Eurasia, Africa, and Australia (Catling and Dobson 1985). The species has spread across much of the United States, presumably by migrating waterfowl, intentional planting for waterfowl and wildlife habitat, and possibly even as a contaminant in water used to transport fishes and fish eggs to hatcheries (Stuckey 1979). 2012. iMapInvasives Oregon. Potamogeton crispus L. This species is accepted, and its native range is Old World. 2012 aquatic invasive species monitoring results. NOAA | DOC. Potamogeton crispus f. vulgaris Fieber Potamogeton crispus var. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Indianapolis, IN. Geosystems Research Institute, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. http://www.gri.msstate.edu/ipams/. 1989. McKern, J.L. Great Basin Naturalist 42(3):413-414. Page 10 p in Indiana Lakes. www.csdl.tamu.edu/FLORA/arkansas. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Whole-Lake Applications of SonarTM for Selective Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. http://seinetasuedu/collections/selectionjsp?cat=plantae. Chemical Potamogeton crispus plants dieback completely in early summer; in order for effective control, herbicides should be applied before dieback occurs (MI DEQ 2015). Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Kentucky. † Populations may not be currently present. Created on 04/03/2007. The Nature Conservancy. Alix, M.S., and R.W. Bartodziej, W., and J. Ludlow. 2001. up to 5 meters in length (Holm et al. is a rooted submersed macrophyte that grows in freshwater lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. Miller, A. Mobile Delta Submersed Aquatic Vegetation Survey, 1994. Accessed on 05/13/2015. Potamogeton crispus L. Sp. University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Morton Arboretum Data Collection. It was introduced to the Great Lakes and inland lakes within that region. Distribution and abundance of submerged aquatic vegetation in the Lower Chesapeake Bay, Virginia. List of aquatic plants introduced to Washington, from database at Aquatic Plant Technical Assistance Program, Washington State Department Ecology, Olympia, Washington. Crow. Consortium of California Herbaria. Its production of both seed and turions makes it resistant to disturbance such as dredging, in contrast to some of the larger broad-leaved pondweeds. Utah State University. Submersed plant invasions and declines in New York. Nichols, S.A., and B.H. Potamogeton crispus L. (600-2000 m; Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia) Potamogeton filiformis Pers. Field Guide to Aqautic Invasive Species: Identification, collection and reporting of aquatic invasive in Ontario waters. Hydrobiologia 131(1):3-21. Secor. Acadia University. Basic identification key Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispusL.) Chester, E.W. Aquatic Botany 31:211-258. Michigan State University. Created on 04/02/2007. Correll. 1980. Mills, E.L., J.H. US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District, Contract No: DACW68-72-C-0269, Walla Walla, WA. Exotic Aquatic Plant Infestations in New Hampshire. Botany Collections. Nichols, S.A. and B.H. 2011. Curled Pondweed is native to Australia, Asia, Europe, North America, and Africa. Aquatic Invasive Speices: Curlyleaf Pondweed. IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:323116-2 Publication Species Plantarum Collation 1: 126 Date of Publication 1 May 1753 Family as entered in IPNI Potamogetonaceae When removing this species via digging, root crowns should also be removed from the soil; this removal method can be enhanced by the use of a suction apparatus (ENSR International 2005). Fareed, M. F., A.M. Haroon, and S. A. Rabeh. Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1):1-54. World weeds: natural histories and distributions. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Utah. Angiosperms: Dicots. Manual of the Vascular Flora of the Carolinas. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 5. Couch. 2007. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. http://www.eddmaps.org. Contact us about this record. Flora of West Virginia. Both P. crispus and P. perfoliatus are found in the Great Lakes, but P. x cooperi has yet to be discovered in North America. Native and exotic submerged aquatic vegetation study. Checklist of Vascular Aquatic Plants of Tennessee. A water draw-down in autumn may kill P. crispus turions and increase the efficacy of this control method (MI DEQ 2015). Bartonia 55:53-58. Stevens, and D.M.E. http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/wmb/exoticspecies/exotic_plant_map.htm. Family Chicago District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago, IL. Follow all label instructions. According to USDA, NRCS (2018), Potamogeton crispus is listed as a Class C noxious weed in Alabama and Washington, an invasive, banned plant in Connecticut, an invasive aquatic plant in Maine, a prohibited species in Massachusetts, and a Class B noxious weed in Vermont. http://gf.nd.gov/ans. The plant thrives in conditions normally less habitable to native plant species. IPANE. Stuckey, R.L. Zolczynski, J., and M.J. Eubanks. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. Accessed through GBIF data portal, http://data.gbif.org/datasets/resource/622/. Detrimental: Curly leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus)is an invasive plant that forms surface mats that interfere with aquatic recreation. 2015. Potamogeton crispus has a moderate socio-economic impact in the Great Lakes. Invasive Plant Atlas of the MidSouth. Washington State Department Ecology, Olympia, WA. Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY. 32(2): 416—422. Eichler, L.W. Dense growth of P. crispus can reduce the flow in irrigation canals (Catling and Dobson 1985; ENSR International 2005). Wofford, and R. Kral. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Accessed on 12/16/2015. Potamogeton crispus f. latifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus f. longifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus f. serrulatus (Opiz) Schrad. 8 pp. Potential: Potamogeton x cooperi is a hybrid between P. crispus and P. perfoliatus, which is also found in the Great Lakes., has been found in Europe (Kaplan and Fehrer 2004). It appears reddish-brown in the water, but is actually green when examined out of water. Herbarium Specimen Voucher, Arizona State University (ASU) Vascular Plant Herbarium, Collections Database. Accessed 29 April 2013. Exotic Species Information Center. Antimicrobial activity of some macrophytes from Lake Manzalah (Egypt). Division of Biological Sciences, University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812-4824. http://invader.dbs.umt.edu (accessed 28 April 2008). Uptake of cerium, cobalt and cesium by Potamogeton crispus. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arlington, Va. 145 pp. Other organizations claim that cutting should not be carried out until mid-to later summer to prevent regrowth (CEH 2004). Strausbaugh, P.D., and E.L. http://dnr.wi.gov/lakes/ais/. State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Falter, C.M., R. Naskali, J. Leonard, F. Rabe, and H. Bobisud. ex Rchb. 1972. Rutland Herald. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/e8a25a42-f125-476c-8554-3ec21cd51a84. Rhodora 108(936):329-346. Accessed on 02/03/2016. Curly-leaved pondweed: Potamogeton crispus L. Available http://www.eddmaps.org/ipane/ipanespecies/aquatics/potamogeton_crispus.htm. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/85ac3c18-f762-11e1-a439-00145eb45e9a. Condrey. http://www.gri.msstate.edu/research/ipams/contactinfo.php. 1997. 2007. Potamogeton crispus L. - curly pondweed POCR3. Nelson, E.N., and R.W. 2015. Delwiche, C.F. Canada: Alta., B.C., Ont., Que., Sask. Barkley. Additions to the vascular flora of Montana and Wyoming. Stewart, D. R. Honnell, A.G. Staddon, and C. S. Owens. 58 pp. 1995. Aquatic and marsh plants of Alabama. Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK. New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES). 1: 81. ), P.lucens (P. Ã cadburyae Dandy & G.Taylor), P. praelongus (P. Ã undulatus Wolgf. Although examination for P. crispus hybridization has been limited, two hybrids exist globally, and one hybrid is known to exist in North America. Range extensions of vascular aquatic plants in New England. Final report: a regulatory system for non-native species. Snow. Netherland, R.M. Another option would be to use blankets or other benthic barriers to block sunlight from reaching P. crispus (ENSR International 2005). Common Vascular Plants of the Louisiana Marsh. Accessed on 07/09/2015. Jensen, D. 2009. State of Michigan’s status and strategy for curly-leafed pondweed (Potamogeton crispus L.). 2007. Loyola University Chicago. Robinson, F.D., and R.E. 2010. The unique seasonal phenology of P. crispus differentiates the species from other submersed aquatic plants found in North American waters. 2001. A large amount of phosphorus is released into the water which can lead to eutrophic waters and possible algal blooms (Benson et al. 1968. Aquatic vegetation monitoring by natural resources agencies in the United States. Zolczynski, J., and R. Shearer. 1954. It competes with native plant life and sometimes displaces it. The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, CT. 26 pp. Names and dates are hyperlinked to their relevant specimen records. Curlyleaf Pondweed (Potamogeton crispus). [Total phosphorus removal from eutrophic water in Baiyangdian Lake by Potamogeton crispus]. Physical Small infestations can be removed manually by cutting, raking, or digging up plants (The Idaho Invasive Species Council Technical Committee 2007). Dickinson County News. WI DNR. There are described hybrids with Potamogeton trichoides (P. Ã bennettii Fryer), P.perfoliatus (P. Ã cooperi (Fryer) Fryer), P. alpinus (P. Ã olivaceus BaagÃ¸e ex G.Fisch. Westford, MA. 1998. The information has not received final approval by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and is provided on the condition that neither the USGS nor the U.S. Government shall be held liable for any damages resulting from the authorized or unauthorized use of the information. To. North Dakota Game and Fish Department. The list of references for all nonindigenous occurrences of Potamogeton crispus are found here. 2011. 201 pp. Harvill, A.M., C.E. USU-UTC Specimen Database. Hellquist, C.B. 2009. (2010). As of 2011, the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission lists this species a high priority species and recommends it be controlled within their ceded territories (Falck et al. 2014. Center for Field Biology, Austin University, Clarksville, TN. Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). P. crispus survives the winter as whole, intact leafy plants (even under thick ice and snow cover) (Stuckey et al. Descriptions; Images; Distribution; Synonyms; Other Data; Bibliography; Sources; Descriptions. Accessed on 11/20/2015. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/8310f570-f762-11e1-a439-00145eb45e9a. Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. Balgie, S., W. Crowell, S. Enger, D. Hoverson, J. Rhodora 80:575-580. Pennsylvania Flora Database. Madsen, J.D. University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Potential: Potamogeton crispus is able to remove dibutyl phthalate and phthalic acid esters when grown experimentally in contaminated water (Chi and Cai 2012; Chi and Yang 2012). 2007. Ren, W. J., X.B. University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute. 1992). Guo Y., Haynes R. R., Hellquist C. B., Kaplan Z. However, little is known so far of the growth characteristics of turions growing under limited light or even in total darkness. 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long). University of Georgia, Athens, GA. http://www.rtrcwma.org/chip-n/. Effects of nitrogen on the removal of dibutyl phthalate from surface water in the presence of Potamogeton crispus L. Ecological Engineering 41:70—73. Tobiessen, P., and P.D. When dense stands of curlyleaf pondweed die off midsummer, it can have a drastic effect on the water quality. 1999. Some agencies claim that plants should be cut im early spring and as close to the sediment surface as possible to prevent turion formation (MI DEQ 2015; WI DNR 2012). It is a photoautotroph. Curlyleaf pondweed: What's next? Summary Report of Nonindigenous Aquatic Species in U.S. Populations provide habitat for macroinvertbrates, which are food sources for fish and waterfowl on their northern migration (Catling and Dobson 1985; ENSR International 2005; GLC 2006). 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