Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH). Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin. 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. IPANE. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. http://collections.nmnh.si.edu/search/botany/. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Invasive Plant Atlas of New England (IPANE) at the University of Connecticut online database. Volume 2. Herbarium Specimen Voucher, Arizona State University (ASU) Vascular Plant Herbarium, Collections Database. Potamogeton crispus L. (Potamogetonaceae), a submerged macrophyte of world distribution, produces large quantities of biomass and can remove such toxic metals as Cd and Hg from wastewater (Ali et al., 2000, Sivaci et al., 2008, Yang et al., 2010). Seed production by curly-leaved pondweed and its significance to waterfowl. 2011). http://www.gbif.org/dataset/e8a25a42-f125-476c-8554-3ec21cd51a84. Missouri Botanical Garden. US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District, Contract No: DACW68-72-C-0269, Walla Walla, WA. 1993. Ware. Invasive species of aquatic plants and wild animals in Minnesota: annual report for 2009. 1993. Marsh and aquatic angiosperms of Iowa. 2007. 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. Native and exotic submerged aquatic vegetation study. 1998. It is strictly a lowland plant and requires fine substrates in standing or slow-flowing calcareous water. Dense colonies of curlyleaf pondweed can restrict access to docks and fishing areas until July, when the plants dieback (Jensen 2009). http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/lare/pdf/Griffy_Lake_AVMP_2006_Update_Monroe_Feb_2007.pdf. Potamogeton: Especie: P. crispus L. Los rizos d'agua (Potamogeton crispus) ye una yerbácea de la familia de les potamogetonacees. Beal, E.O., and J.W. The Iowa State University Press/Ames. Haynes, R.R. It is associated with freshwater habitat. 2008). 69. Curly pondweed is widespread and common across most of its native range, growing in standing and slow-flowing water including small ponds and ditches. Invasive Plant Atlas of the MidSouth. Catling, P.M. and I. Dobson. 2010. Stuckey, R.L. Pfingsten, L. Cao, and L. Berent. Available http://www.in.gov/dnr/files/CURLYLEAF_PONDWEED.pdf. Potamogeton crispus L., a species of pondweed, is widely used in such restoration because it can be easily propagated through its turions. iMapInvasives. Created on 02/24/2016. Potamogeton crispus L. Basionym: ** Type: ** ** Not applicable or data not available. The New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY. To. Tarbell, D., and Associates, Inc. 2007. ), P.lucens (P. × cadburyae Dandy & G.Taylor), P. praelongus (P. × undulatus Wolgf. Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Cheyenne, WY. http://www.nbh.psla.umd.edu/. Bartonia 46:22-42. 14 pp. [5] It has been introduced to the Americas and New Zealand. 2010. Hybrids with various other pondweeds are recorded, but these do not usually closely resemble P. crispus. Vascular – Exotic. http://www.misin.msu.edu/browse/. Range extensions of vascular aquatic plants in New England. Accessed 29 April 2013. The Missouri Dept of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO in cooperation with the Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St Louis, MO. Center for Field Biology, Austin University, Clarksville, TN. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Great Lakes region nonindigenous occurrences, the earliest and latest observations in each state/province, and the tally and names of HUCs with observations†. Mobile Delta Submersed Aquatic Vegetation Survey, 1994. http://dnr.wi.gov/lakes/ais/. Albee, B.J., L.M. ; No specimens have been seen from New Brunswick, but the species is to be expected there. gemmifer Rchb. 1995. Aquatic Weed Control. ex Rchb. Chemical Potamogeton crispus plants dieback completely in early summer; in order for effective control, herbicides should be applied before dieback occurs (MI DEQ 2015). Michigan Flora: A guide to the identification and occurrence of the native and naturalized seed-plants of the state. iMapInvasives. Correll. Washington Department of Ecology . Wunderlin, R., and B. Hansen. Westford, MA. Darrin Fresh Water Institute, Aquatic Plant Identification Program, Bolton Landing, New York. It has a self-supporting growth form. As such, the plant thrives in “polluted waters” with low light penetration. Accessed on 11/20/2015. California county polygons can be turned off and on in the layer control box. 1985. Common names are from state and federal lists. 22(4): 1053—1058. 20 pp. Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN). University of Utah. Titus, J.E. 4 pp. 2002. Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). Univ North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill. Schuyler, A.E. Jensen, D. 2009. University of Arizona Herbarium. Accessed on 11/20/2015. Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IL DNR). Mercurio, G., J.C. Chaillou, N.E. Spirit Lake, IA. 3. Michigan State University. 1985. Note: Check state/provincial and local regulations for the most up-to-date information regarding permits for control methods. Ning, Z.F. Appalachian Power Company, Roanoke, VA. http://www.smithmtn.com/project%20relicensing/studies/vegatationstudy/docs/SAVFinalReport_12032007.pdf (accessed 9 June 2008). Established in all of the continental United States and Ontario in Canada. Herbarium Specimen Voucher Data, Norton Brown Herbarium (MARY). www.nyimapinvasives.org. Accessed on 11/20/2015. On this page Created with Sketch. Anderson, R. 2016. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/d415c253-4d61-4459-9d25-4015b9084fb0. 2014. Potamogeton crispus is a PERENNIAL at a fast rate. and P. friesii (P. × lintonii Fryer).[4]. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). Populations of P. crispus have no effect on dissolved oxygen concentrations, slightly increase the pH and reduce the total dissolved solids and the nitrogen concentration; leading to an overall improvement in water quality (Wang et al. http://www.michigan.gov/documents/deq/wrd-ais-potamogeton-crispus_499886_7.pdf. R. L. McGregor Herbarium Vascular Plants Collection. Zolczynski, J., and R. Shearer. 1986. 1979. 2012). This name is reported by Potamogetonaceae as an accepted name in the genus Potamogeton (family Potamogetonaceae ). Secor. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southwestern United States. Lui, K., M. Butler, M. Allen, E. Snyder, J. da Silva, B. Brownson, and A. Ecclestone. Aquatic Plants of Oklahoma I: Submersed, Floating-leaved, and selected emergent macrophytes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1):1-54. http://www.dickinsoncountynews.com/story/2280457.html. Missouri Botanical Garden. Family Accessed on 07/08/2015. 1975. Contact us about this record. State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. NOAA | DOC. University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 231 pp. Manual of the Vascular Flora of the Carolinas. University of Washington Burke Museum. 2 pp. 1979. Morris Arboretum at the University of Pennsylvania (MOAR), Philadelphia, PA. http://www.paflora.org. Invasive Species Program 2011. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Utah. Mills, E.L., J.H. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, St. Paul, MN. Chi, J. and Q. Yang. Accessed on 08/27/2013. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arlington, Va. 145 pp. Prohibitied Species in the Great Lakes Region. Both P. crispus and P. perfoliatus are found in the Great Lakes, but P. x cooperi has yet to be discovered in North America. (2010). The leaves usually have wavy edges but this is not always apparent, especially on new growth. 2012. Roth. Atlas of the Virginia flora, Part I. Pteridophytes through monocotyledons. http://www.stjamesnews.com/article/20160226/NEWS/160229735/?Start=1. Beal, E.O., and P.H. 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). 1977. Snow. Endothall and diquat may offer effective control if applied to P. crispus before turion production; typically in April and May (ENSR International 2005; WI DNR 2012). Monson. 2012. State of Michigan’s status and strategy for curly-leafed pondweed (Potamogeton crispus L.). of Natural Resources (WI DNR). Hydrobiologia 131(1):3-21. Rice, P.M. 2008. In some waterbodies, water draw-down may be an option. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. When dense stands of curlyleaf pondweed die off midsummer, it can have a drastic effect on the water quality. Dead mats of P. crispus can pile up along the shoreline; greatly reducing the aesthetic value of waterfront property (WI DNR 2012). G. E. Crow leaves. 1993. Börner. 1978; Tobiessen and Snow 1983). Delwiche, C.F. Gholson, A.K. state centroids or Canadian provinces). Ecological life histories of the three aquatic nuisance plants, Myriophyllum spicatum, Potamogeton crispus and Elodea canadensis. McGregor, R.L., and T.M. Crooked Lake Association, Angola, IN. Castanea 45(1):31-51. Descripción. 2012. iMapInvasives Oregon. Wofford, R. Kral, H.R. Potamogeton crispus L. Accepted Name. Pl. wide and 2-3 in. Hyacinth Control Journal 7:18-20. * HUCs are not listed for areas where the observation(s) cannot be approximated to a HUC (e.g. Aquatic macrophytes of the Upper San Marcos River, Hays Co., Tesas. Accessed 29 April 2013. 1978. The optimal timing for cutting is debated. Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY. 2003. I. Alismatidae. 1913. It is a photoautotroph. Ahles, and C.R. Provided by Kentucky Native Plant Society. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao.The Journal of Applied Ecology. Flowers Flowering occurs in the summer to early fall, when emergent flowers develop. 2009. Tian, and J. P. crispus survives the winter as whole, intact leafy plants (even under thick ice and snow cover) (Stuckey et al. 2005. 2014 aquatic invasive species monitoring and results. 1997. Robinson, F.D., and R.E. Submersed aquatic vascular plants in ice-covered ponds of central Ohio. Connecticut Aquatic Nuisance Species Working Group (CANSWG). It was introduced to the Great Lakes and inland lakes within that region. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/84f9770e-f762-11e1-a439-00145eb45e9a. This invasive pond weed is indigenous to Eurasia and Wisconsin Dept. Follow. of Natural Resources (WI DNR). is a rooted submersed macrophyte that grows in freshwater lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. The list of references for all nonindigenous occurrences of Potamogeton crispus are found here. Atlas of Tennessee Vascular Plants Volume 2. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. Part I Gymnosperms and Monocots. 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. 1977. Pennsylvania Flora Project. University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. Follow all label instructions. Potamogeton crispus is a perennial, submerged, aquatic herb that is native to Eurasia. Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). http://www.plantatlas.usf.edu/herbarium/Default.aspx. Distrubutional history of Potamogeton crispus (curly pondweed) in North America. Basic identification key Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispusL.) Lake St. Clair Coastal Habitat Assessment: with recommendations for conservation and restoration planning. World weeds: natural histories and distributions. Page 10 p in Indiana Lakes. 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 Atlas of the Flora of the Great Plains. Aquatic Control, Inc. 2007. Annual Washington State Aquatic Plant Survey Database. Large infestations of P. crispus can impede water flow and cause stagnant water conditions (Catling and Dobson 1985; ENSR International 2005; Lui et al. 2011). [Accessed Sep 10, 2014]. Bartodziej, W., and J. Ludlow. 2006. 2015. 2007. Orth, R.J., K.A. 2nd edition. Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. Shaw. Barkley. Idaho aquatic nuisance species plan. http://www.gbif.org/dataset/4fa894f4-b6c6-4ec0-b816-9bb03b3ca106. Potamogeton crispus. BHL POWO . Volume I. Cranbrook Insitute of Science and University of Michigan Herbarium. Botany Collections. Chabreck, R.H., and R.E. Benson, A. J., C.C. 2008. 2006. Beds of P. crispus also provide spawning substrate and habitat for game fish (GLC 2006; Lembi 2003). [Article in Chinese]. Potamogeton crispus L., Sp. Vol. Curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus). Ecological studies on Potamogeton pectinatus L. I. general characteristics, biomass production and life cycles under field conditions. 126 1753. Vascular Plant Collection - University of Washington Herbarium (WTU). Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IN DNR). Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. Subject. Geosystems Research Institute, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. http://www.gri.msstate.edu/ipams/. Aquatic Invasive Species Lists and Maps. Identification: Potamogeton crispus grows entirely as a submersed aquatic plant with no floating leaves. Exotic Species Information Center. 1980. St. James Plaindealer. Note: Check federal, state/provincial, and local regulations for the most up-to-date information. 1954. Sivaci, A., E. Elmas, F. Gümüs, and E. R. Sivaci. Descriptions; Images; Distribution; Synonyms; Other Data; Bibliography; Sources; Descriptions. Great Lakes Panel of Aquatic Nuisance Species (GLPANS). 2008). 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. Lemke, D.E. 2003. Expensive control programs are often needed to reduce the impacts on recreational activities and to maintain waterfront property values (IL DNR 2005). Falter, C.M., R. Naskali, J. Leonard, F. Rabe, and H. Bobisud. ENSR International. http://gf.nd.gov/ans. 2014. Pl. Chi, J. and X. Cai. Utah State University, Logan, UT. There are described hybrids with Potamogeton trichoides (P. × bennettii Fryer), P.perfoliatus (P. × cooperi (Fryer) Fryer), P. alpinus (P. × olivaceus Baagøe ex G.Fisch. 2015. 1982. INVADERS Database System. Effects of Potamogeton crispus L. on the fate of phthalic acid esters in an aquatic microcosm. Griffy Lake aquatic vegetation management plan update. Crooked Lake aquatic vegetation management plan. Potamogeton crispus f. latifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus f. longifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus f. serrulatus (Opiz) Schrad. Ren, W. J., X.B. 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). 2010. 1972. 2. Stanford University Press, California. Miller, A. Bismark, ND. The unique seasonal phenology of P. crispus differentiates the species from other submersed aquatic plants found in North American waters. 2010. Guard, B.J. Hafez, M. B., N. Hafez, and Y. S. Ramadan. 2012 aquatic invasive species monitoring results. Weber, W.A. Control of Potamogeton crispus and Myriophyllum spicatum in Crystal Lake, Middletown, CT 2006 - 2008. Accessed 29 April 2013. Created on 04/03/2007. Rhodora 108(936):329-346. Chinese Journal of Environmental Science. Whole-Lake Applications of SonarTM for Selective Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil. Submersed plant invasions and declines in New York. Land mgmt. University of Florida Herbarium. Hu, x. Liu, G.H. Journal of Lake and Reservoir Management 13(2):109-117. In early June plants flower, fruit, and form turions, and then plants senesce by mid-July (Tobiessen and Snow 1983) in most areas of its range. 1989. Madsen, J.D. Virginia Botanical Associates, Farmville. Potamogeton crispus L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 65:655-668. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Potamogeton crispus, the curled pondweed or curly-leaf pondweed, is a species of aquatic plant native to Eurasia but an introduced species and often a noxious weed in North America. Potamogeton crispus L. This species is accepted, and its native range is Old World. Curlyleaf pondweed: What's next? The biology of Canadian weeds. Michigan Sea Grant Coastal Program (MSGCP). Accessed on 04/09/2015. 2012. acutifolius Fieber Potamogeton crispus var. 1989. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. Created on 04/03/2007. Accessed on 11/20/2015. up to 5 meters in length (Holm et al. Additions to the vascular flora of Montana and Wyoming. 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). Portland State University. Potamogeton crispus is a perennial, submerged, aquatic herb that is native to Eurasia. 1968. Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. Wang, J. Q., Y.F. 2013. Stewart, D. R. Honnell, A.G. Staddon, and C. S. Owens. 1: 126 (1753). Other bottom feeding fish, such as common carp, do not feed on P. crispus, but they create turbid water conditions and may prevent the growth of this plant species (CEH 2004). [Article in Chinese]. Accessed on 05/13/2015. Bear, B. An atlas and annotated list of the vascular plants of Arkansas. 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 … Carlton, and C.L. It flowers from May until October. 1999. Plants may still continue to grow, but their reproductive ability will be greatly reduced (ENSR International 2005). Accessed on 11/20/2015. Accessed 29 April 2013. 1997. Leach, J.T. Potamogeton crispus L. (600-2000 m; Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia) Potamogeton filiformis Pers. Nelson, E.N., and R.W. Mobile Delta submersed aquatic vegetation survey 1987. Pl. 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. 1997. Arizona State University. Curly pondweed may clog waterways, inhibiting aquatic recreation and is considered a nuisance in some areas. Washington State Department Ecology, Olympia, WA. Canadian Journal of Botany 62:2822-2826. Lake Michigan Field Station, 1431 Beach St., Muskegon, MI 49441-1098 (231) 759-7824 Canada: Alta., B.C., Ont., Que., Sask. long). Some unwelcome additions to the flora of New Hampshire. Rhodora 95(883/884):348-351. Realized: Curlyleaf pondweed provides habitat for aquatic life when native plants are not present in the winter and early spring (IL DNR 2005). Tobiessen, P., and P.D. Foliage Leaves are sessile, oblong, stiff, 1.6-3.9 in. Wetland plants of Oregon and Washington. 1959. 2009. Created on 02/14/2012. Potamogeton crispus L. Flora category. Potamogeton crispus f. gemmifer Rchb. The use of equipment such as dredges, underwater rototillers, or hydrorakes are more effective for populations in deep waters (ENSR International 2005; USACE 2011). http://anstaskforce.gov/State%20Plans/Idaho_ANS_Plan_2007.pdf. Rutland Herald. The inflorescence is a short spike of flowers emerging above the water surface. In the colder regions of its range, turions (the primary reproductive propagule) break dormancy in the fall when water temperatures drop (Nichols and Shaw 1986). Available http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/ais/fieldguide#curlyleaf. 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