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Red sesbania database, Russian River, Stanislaus River, biota, invasive, California, Big Chico Creek, San Joaquin River, Napa River, Steamboat Slough, San Francisco Bay, Sacramento River, environment, Bear River, weed, Little Chico Creek, Antelope Creek, American River, Feather River, Miner Slough, Guadalupe River
The database contains occurrence records of red sesbania (Sesbania punicea) for individuals to view and to produce maps to assist in tracking, eradication, and control of this plant. KNOWN CAVEATS OF THE DATA: The database is not a complete survey report on all the occurrences of red sesbania, but rather a collection of reported observations.
This layer contains point data for the red sesbania (Sesbania punicea) database. The database represents historic and current observations by various individuals of occurrences red sesbania, a non-native invasive plant that currently is invading riparian ecosystems in California. Most occurrences are in the Central Valley, but a few are in the San Francisco Bay area and in a few watersheds to the north. These data were compiled to aid in the eradication and control of the species where it is invasive, as well as to inform the public of its spread. As of February 1, 2006, there were 91 records of point occurrences maintained in an Access database titled SesbaniaData. Each record represents a point where red sesbania occurs.
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