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Mats of S. molesta (referred to hereafter as salvinia) impede access to and use of waterways for commercial and recreational purposes and degrade waterside aesthetics (Fig. Sepik River Societies: a Historical Ethnography of the Chambri and their Neighbors. It is occasionally abundant on small waterhyacinth plants, feeding within inflated leaf petioles (Knopf and Habeck, 1976). Under extremely hot conditions adults shelter in the water with their heads exposed (Thomas, 1980). This species was introduced into Australia for biological control of both S. molesta and P. stratiotes (Sands and Kassulke, 1984). However, the decline of the weed at this location has been attributed to other factors such as nutrient stress on the weed (Mitchell and Rose, 1979; Marshall and Junor, 1981). Amer. Salviniaceae. and Salvinia natans, J. Exp. In Florida, it is most commonly found on waterlettuce but also is present on A. caroliniana and S. minima. Samea multiplicalis was originally described from Brazil where it was observed feeding on waterhyacinth. New plants form when older plants break apart due to senescence or damage (Room, 1983). Aquatic Botany 23: 127-135. Thomas. Biological Control of Weeds. Salvinia Minima Care Level: Easy Water Conditions: 6.0-8.0 pH Lighting Requirements: Medium Temperature: 60 to 84 °F (15-29 °C) Maximum Size: 10.2cm (4 Inches) ===== This plant is very popular as an ornamental plant, and is often found in both ponds and aquariums. Azollaceae consists of the single genus Azolla. Ecological damage. Development rate is dependent on temperature and the nutrient status of the host plant, larval development taking 13.4 days at 31ºC on ‘high’ nitrogen plants. Room, P. M. 1990. Proctor, G.R., 1989. 159-166. 4. Larvae and adults of S. multiplicalis are very similar to the closely related species, Niphograpta (Sameodes) albiguttalis (Warren) (waterhyacinth moth, Pyralidae). Current Status and Distribution Salvinia molesta, S. minima, S. herzogii, S. natans a. Larvae (Fig. In      Brezonik, P. L. and J. L. Fox (eds.). Aquatic Botany 17: 71-83. Destruction of leaves (Julien and Bourne, 1988) and rhizomes (Julien and Bourne, 1986) does not induce compensatory growth. and Beitel J.M. ), others with the assistance of P.W. Gray’s Manual of Botany a handbook of the flowering plants and ferns of the central and northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. 1973. Contribución al conocimiento de las Salviniaceae neotropicales. Lounibos, L. P., V. L. Larson, and C. D. Morris. Toronto, Ontario,       Canada. Proceedings of the Southern Weed Conference 19: 497-504. Ein beitrag zur systematik der gattung Salvinia. Sands and Kassulke (1986) noted that field populations in Africa of 45 to 54 P. acuminata per m2 grazed up to 87% of leaves without affecting apical or lateral growth or killing plants. It is of interest in the United States because of its recent establishment in east Texas. Management of the alien weed, Salvinia molesta, in the wetlands      of the Okavango, Botswana, pp. Growth is apically dominant and progresses by expansion of apical and axillary buds, the latter forming branches. Fieldiana Bot. Two species of Mansonia that occur in the United States, Mansonia dyari Belkin and Mansonia titillans (Walker), have been implicated in the transmission of St. Louis encephalitis and Venezuelan equine encephalitis, respectively (Lounibos et al., 1990). waterways for transportation, cutting off access to important services, farm lands, and hunting grounds. Under favourable conditions (nutrient-rich water with a low current) it grows extremely fast and has to be netted out at regular intervals to prevent it from covering the entire water surface. 1988. Salvinia molesta D.S. Salvinia was first reported outside of cultivation in the United States in 1995 at a pond in southeastern South Carolina (Johnson, 1995). Water Research      Foundation of Australia. 9) may feed from within a refugium (made of silk and plant hair) attached to the external leaf surface or, for waterlettuce, within galleries in the leaves. In Madison, D. R. and W. P. Madison      (eds.). http://phylogeny.arizona.edu/tree/phylogeny.html, (accessed May, 2001). Salvinia minima is a floating aquatic fern that invades a variety of aquatic habitats with salinity levels as high as 4-7ppt. Adults failed to feed on I. batatas in no-choice tests in a non-aquatic situation and died within seven days. 1996. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in Salvinia molesta      Mitchell in the field: effects of weather, insect damage, fertilizers and age. 1983. Seasonal Techniques. Cape Town, South Africa. Studies in South America of arthropods on the Salvinia      auriculata complex of floating ferns and their effects on S. molesta. 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. Trichomes on giant Compensation for variable dietary nitrogen by larvae of the salvinia moth. A further note on Salvinia. Coleopterists Bulletin 20: 125-127. Seven species within these two genera are part of the North American flora (Johnson, 1993): Marsilea quadrifolia Linnaeus, Marsilea ancylopoda A. Braun, Marsilea oligospora Gooding, Marsilea mollis B. L. Robinson and Fernald, Marsilea macropoda Engelmann, Marsilea vestita Hooker and Greville, and Pilularia americana A. Braun. The incidence and management of Salvinia molesta in Papua New Guinea. Fern J. Canadian Journal of      Botany 59: 2065-2072. de la Sota, E. R. 1962. Salvinia minima control. Loyal, D. S. and R. K. Grewal. 1995. Thomas, P. A. and P. M. Room. 1971. Forno, I. W. 1987. Holm, L. G., D. L. Plucknett, J. V. Pancho, and J. P. Herberger. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 34: 291-296. Table 1. Mey.) An International Perspective on     Wetland Rehabilitation. Am. Feeding differences between the species are outlined in Sands and Schotz (1985), and other differences in life history and intrinsic rates of increase are discussed in Sands et al. 1987. National Publication      Cooperative, Quezon City, Philippines. 1986. This insect has not been a useful biological control agent (Julien and Griffiths, 1998). In Flora of North      America Editorial Committee (eds.). The adult male of C. salviniae (1.8 x 0.9 mm) is slightly smaller than the female (2.2 x 1.2 mm). comm.). Salvinia minima is a small floating fern originating from the American tropics. III. 1982. I. Salvinia      oblongifolia Martius, II. A Handbook for the Integrated Control of Salvinia      molesta in Kakadu National Park. Early plants in Florida likely entered natural areas from flooding of cultivated pools or through intentional release (Jacono et al 2001). Sands, D. P. A. and R. C. Kassulke. Establishment in Australia of two insects for     biological control of the floating weed Salvinia molesta. Four of these species have been used as biological control agents against S. molesta. For queries involving invertebrates, contact Amy Benson. In the field at Lake Kariba, where the mean annual temperature was 24 to 28ºC, it was estimated that P. acuminata could complete three generations per year (Thomas, 1980). Trends      in Ecology and Evolution 5: 74-79. Proceedings of the Entomological Society      of Washington 88: 303-312. In water with 10% of the salinity of seawater (4,800 µS/cm), growth was reduced by 25% (Divakaran et al, 1980); at 20% salinity, growth was very slow; while at 30%, plants died after 30 minutes exposure (Room and Julien, 1995). It is widely distributed throughout warmer regions of North and South America. Life-cycle studies on Paulinia acuminata (De Geer) (Orthoptera: Pauliniidae)      with particular reference to the effects of constant temperature. 1983; Kay & Hoyle 2001).” Aquatic Weeds in Australian Inland Waters. Internodes are short with large heart-shaped, or oblong and deeply keeled leaves up to 60 mm in width when fully opened. This will provide a means of identifying Salvinia species should any new invasions occur in the United States or elsewhere. Salvinia is a free-floating aquatic fern with a horizontal rhizome just beneath the water surface (Bonnet, 1955; Room, 1983). Growth rates of Salvinia molesta Mitchell with      special reference to salinity. Hedwigia 74: 257-284. It has never been observed attacking plants other than Salvinia species in the field in South America, including those that grew in association with S. molesta such as water fern (Azolla sp. 1990. Aquatic Botany 40: 27-35. Common names are from state and federal lists. Exposure to temperatures below –3°C or above 43°C for more than two hours kills salvinia (Whiteman and Room, 1991). They feed initially on ‘roots’ in or on the small buds, and later inside rhizomes, completing three instars in approximately 23 days (Forno et al., 1983). Finlayson, C. M., T. P. Farrell, and D. J. Griffiths. Montz, G. N. 1989. Nitrogen-phosphorus interactions and effect of pH. Internodes are longer, with larger, boat-shaped (slightly keeled) leaves that have rounded apices and are variable in size, but are normally between 20 mm and 50 mm wide. Morphogenesis of the floating leaf. At this time the true identity and the native range of S. molesta were not known. This weevil was known to feed on various South American Salvinia species and had been used unsuccessfully as a biological control agent for salvinia during the 1970s (Julien and Griffiths, 1998). Inter- and intraspecific interference within cultures of Lemna spp. 1991. 2006). Solms-Laubach), and waterlettuce (P. stratiotes) (Forno et al., 1983). Taylor, M. F. J. 1989. During 1999 it was found in ponds and rivers in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi, and Oklahoma (Jacono et al., 2000; see also Jacono’s web site). 6). Mats of salvinia can grow in water bodies with conductivities ranging from 100 µS/cm to 1,400 µS/cm (Mitchell et al., 1980; Room and Gill, 1985). Moths prefer to lay eggs on undamaged salvinia plants with high nitrogen content (Taylor and Forno, 1987). Regardless, sporocarps are common among the submersed leaves of large plants. Due to its buoyancy and mat-forming abil-ities, it is spread by moving waters. collected from different salvinia species may provide insights to the taxonomy of this group and their associated host ranges. Journal of Applied Entomology 106:     518-526. Growth can be increased in high light intensities. Twenty-five phytophagous or possibly phytophagous species have been recorded from S. molesta, compared to 49 species from the four species of the S. auriculata complex. In the United States, S. molesta is a new problem so evaluations are premature. Bennett, F. D. 1975. There are three species of Azolla – Azolla caroliniana Willdenow, Azolla mexicana C. Presl, and Azolla filiculoides Lamarck – that are native to North America (Lumpkin, 1993). Chater. is a water fern found in Florida waters, usually associated with Lemna and other small free-floating species. Salvinia molesta was given recognition as a species in 1972 (Mitchell, 1972) and is grouped within the Salvinia auriculata complex, together with Salvinia auriculata Aublet, Salvinia biloba Raddi, and Salvinia herzogii de la Sota (Mitchell and Thomas, 1972). Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. Salvinia (Salvinia minima Willd.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) introduced into      Australia for biological control of salvinia. Native parasitoids and pathogens attacking Samea multiplicalis      Guenée (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Queensland. Water bodies are normally cooler than the air in summer and warmer in winter due to thermal inertia. 1988. Stoltze, R.G., 1983. It failed to establish in Botswana, Kenya, and Sri Lanka and does not provide control in the countries where it established. Weatherby, C.A., 1921. I. Water Spangles (Salvinia minima) is a Central and South American floating plant that is known for its relatively large size and its dangling roots, which are a great feeding area and refuge for aquatic animal fry. Spring—Native to tropics, common salvinia rarely overwinters in TVA system to continue growth in spring. ), Indonesia (Java, Borneo, Sulawesi), Malaysia (mainland Sabah, Sarawak) (R. Chan, pers. (1982) give characters to separate larvae of these species. Species within this complex are characterized by the presence of divided but apically joined "basket" hairs on the abaxial surface, which produce an "egg-beater-like" appearance (Fig. B. Viner. Southwestern Entomologist. The Tree of Life. Darwiniana      12: 612-623. de la Sota, E. R. 1964. Biology and Ecology of Key Natural Enemies, Salvinia weevils, Cyrtobagous salviniae and C. singularis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), The genus Cyrtobagous Hustache was originally thought to be monotypic, containing only the species C. singularis. Weevils in the genus Cyrtobagous were first recorded from the United States in Florida at the Archbold Biological Station (Highlands County) in 1962 (Kissinger, 1966). In mixed cultures, they found that Lemna gibba and Salvinia natans were able to actually thrust aside Spirodela polyrhiza and Lemna minor. 1985. Some edge fishing may be available. 1995. On salvinia, temperature and plant quality interact to determine rates of insect growth, number of larval instars, fecundity, and survival (Taylor and Sands, 1986; Taylor, 1984, 1988, 1989). Salvinia minima Baker, the only other Salvinia species present in the United States also is exotic and can be distinguished by the presence of divided hairs on the abaxial leaf surface that are spreading and free at the tips (Fig. National pest management strategy for noxious weeds. 196-217. Nature 320:      581-584 331-335. Discovery of the native range of S. molesta in the late 1970s allowed surveys for natural enemies to concentrate on the target weed. Unlike C. salviniae, whose larvae feed internally, those of C. singularis feed on the outer surfaces of submerged buds, rhizomes, and petioles. Population densities of C. salviniae are capable of reaching 300 adults and 900 larvae per m2, levels estimated as necessary for control (Room, 1988, 1990; Room and Thomas, 1985). 5. The rate of growth of Salvinia molesta [S. auriculata Auct.] Releases of C. salviniae from S. molesta in southeastern Brazil were made first in Australia in 1980. 5) and in some temperate climates (Fig. But it is that attractiveness as hobby plant that has helped them spread as people empty their aquariums or transport the plants for sale. Leaf temperatures that exceeded 40°C and sometime approached 50°C for the hottest parts of days did not obviously affect growth, but water temperatures remained below 40°C and probably acted as a heat sink for the plants (Storrs and Julien, 1996). Newly emerged larvae (1 mm) are white. The "root" is a modified leaf that looks and functions like a root (Croxdale 1978, 1979, 1981). I. Forno, I. W. and K. L. S. Harley. 1986. Northern Landscapes Occasional Papers No. It provides habitats for vectors of human disease with serious socioeconomic impacts. Accessed [12/26/2020]. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 22: 200. Comparative studies determined that this was a new species, subsequently named C. salviniae (Fig. Julien, M. H., A. S. Bourne, and R. R. Chan. Taylor, M. F. J. 1986. Mitchell, D. S. 1979. Common salvinia leaves are typically about half the size of giant salvinia leaves (Figures 3 and 4). Densities from as high as 2,500 large tertiary form ramets per m2 (in nutrient-poor water) to 30,000 small tertiary form ramets (in nutrient-rich waters) have been noted. Canberra, Australia. Impact of Introduction: During earlier stages of colonization Salvinia minima demonstrates exponential growth rates (Gaudet, 1973), which may be just as high as those of Salvinia molesta. At low levels of nitrogen leaves are larger, ‘roots’ longer, sporocarps occur more frequently, and rhizome branching is reduced (Room, 1983; Julien and Bourne, 1986; Room, 1988; Room and Julien, 1995). Waterlettuce moth, Samea multiplicalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). A laboratory investigation of Paulinia acuminata (De Geer) (Orthoptera:      Acrididae) as a biological control agent for Salvinia molesta. Common salvinia, Salvinia minima, is another closely re-lated species found throughout the southeastern United States (Madeira et al. 1993. Environmental     Entomology 5: 539-542. The dependence of development and fecundity of Samea multiplicalis on early      larval nitrogen intake. 217-230. Mickel J.T. Its first recorded exotic establishment was in Sri Lanka in 1939 (Williams, 1956). Sinopsis de las especies Argentinas del genero Salvinia Adanson      (Salviniaceae-Pteridophyta). Pryer, K. M., A. R. Smith, and J. E. Skog. Schneller J.J. 1980. Temperatures lethal to Salvinia molesta Mitchell. No release of Australian material has been done yet. We also thank Dr. Peter Room and Mr. Richard Chan for permission to use their photographs. A. and D. P. A. Sands. For the 2020 holiday season, returnable items shipped between October 1 and December 31 can be returned until January 31, 2021. Salvinia has the potential to spread to much of Australia and is regarded as a serious threat to waterways and irrigation areas because it: 1. disrupts aquatic ecosystems, seriously affecting native animals and plant life; 2. decreases the quality of water by causing odours, accumulation of organic matter and stag… Mitchell, D. S. and P. A. Thomas. States with nonindigenous occurrences, the earliest and latest observations in each state, and the tally and names of HUCs with observations†. (T. Doyle, LA, pers. C. singularis. Wunderlin, R. P., B. F. Hansen and E. L. Bridges 1995. Kingsford, New South Wales, Australia. Divakaran, O., M. Arunachalam, and N. B. Nair. Mats in Louisiana have been measured as thick as 20 - 25 cm (Montz 1989). 1972. On waterlettuce, this cocoon is usually formed within the spongy portion of a leaf but on S. molesta it is constructed among old leaves. Weatherby, C.A., 1937. For morphological differences between adults of this species and those of C. salviniae see Calder and Sands (1985), and for larvae, May and Sands (1986). Storrs, M. J. and M. H. Julien. Grasshoppers prefer to feed on new growth and oviposition is reduced when the weed is matted (Mitchell and Rose, 1979). Other records of Salvinia natans in the United States. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, vol. Table 1. in      laboratory and natural conditions. Larvae do not survive below 16.3°C (Sands et al., 1983). I. Salvinia molesta is strictly a freshwater species, not tolerating brackish or marine environments. IV. Marsileaceae Mirbel – Water clover family, pp. The native range of Salvinia molesta includes a relatively small area (20,000 km2) in southeastern Brazil, including the states of Sao Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. Mitchell, D. S. 1978. Bulletin of Entomological Research      69: 111-114. 1935. Pupation occurs in a cocoon (2 x 2.6 mm), which is woven from ‘root hairs’ and attached underwater to the ‘roots,’ rhizomes or leaf bases. The floating leaves are round and measure 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch in diameter, with a distinctive rib creating a bowl shaped appearance. 1. Salvinia is 95% water by weight and biomass of living shoots can exceed 600 g/m2 of dry weight, while biomass of living and dead shoots and ‘roots’ may exceed 1,600 g/m2 of dry weight or 400 t/ha of fresh weight (Room and Julien, 1995). Johnson, D. 1995. Ideal water temperature: Salvinia minima prefers warm tropical climate for ideal growth and therefore temperatures between 18 and 32 degree Celsius is considered ideal. The optimum temperature for growth is 30°C. Eggs hatch in about four days at 26ºC. Treatment of Sewage Effluent Using the      Water Fern Salvinia. Water     Research Foundation of Australia Technical Report 57. It failed to establish in Fiji and Zambia and does not control the weed in Botswana (Julien and Griffiths, 1998). 1986. Room, P. M. and P. A. Thomas. In the Kakadu National Park, Australia, dry weight doubled in five to 30 days (Storrs and Julien, 1996). Officials with Tennessee Valley Authority say the plant is located in 4-5 miles of the midlake area on the 67,000-acre impoundment. Pancho, J. V. and M. Soerjani. Wiley-Interscience, New York. Calder and Sands (1985) later classified the Florida specimens as C. salviniae, but noted that the C. salviniae from S. minima in Florida were significantly smaller than those from S. molesta in Brazil. Marsilea quadrifolia, a native of Europe and Asia, is introduced and M. ancylopoda is extinct, so only eight native species remain. 9. Room, P.M. and P.A. In Texas and Louisiana, S. minima typically occurs in dense, expansive populations and is known as a very troublesome weed. 7). Contribución al conocimiento de las Salviniaceae Neotropicales. 25: 299-301. The Status of Releases of Cyrtobagous Salviniae Calder and Sands for Each Country and the Date of Initial Release (Modified from Julien and Griffiths, 1998), History of Biological Control Efforts in the Eastern United States. V. Salvinia      sprucei Kuhn. Aquatic Botany      6: 185-187. Test plants were exposed to mature weevils in three replicates in choice tests. Croxdale, J. G. 1978. Total development (egg to adult) requires 24.6 (Knopf and Habeck, 1976) to 42 days (Sands and Kassulke, 1984). Lumpkin, T. A. [  Previous  ]   and Center, T.D., 2001. Salviniaceae in Flora Europaea, vol. Mitchell, D. S. and D. J. W. Rose. Landolt, E. 1986. The Salviniaceae are included within a monophyletic clade of heterosporous genera that also encompasses the Azollaceae and Marsileaceae (Pryer and Smith, 1998; Pryer et al., 1995; Hasebe et al., 1995), all aquatic leptosporangiate ferns. Lawalree, A. It was next found in Houston, Texas, in May 1998, and then at other sites in Texas and in Louisiana during 1998. Parity, fecundity, and body size of Mansonia     dyari in Florida. Salvinia molesta demonstrates tolerance to freezing air temperature, but cannot withstand ice formation on the water surface except when dense mats protect the underlying plants (Whiteman and Room 1991). Oxford      University Press, New York. This helps protect salvinia from temperature extremes. The undersides of adjacent leaves are in contact with each other. Forno, I. W. and J. L. Semple. This plant has no children Legal Status. S. molesta can survive on a mud bank for a short period of time, but because of the dry conditions it cannot live there permanently. Females lay approximately 300 eggs during their four-to-seven-day life span (Knopf and Habeck, 1976; Sands and Kassulke, 1984; Taylor, 1984). References to specimens that were not obtained through sighting reports and personal communications are found through the hyperlink in the Table 1 caption or through the individual specimens linked in the collections tables. The Biology of Australian Weeds, Volume 1. 1986. comm.). Hydrobiologia 41: 77-106. Multiple matings occur five to 26 days after emergence. Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica 17: 47-50. de la Sota, E. R. 1982. Map 1 shows the countries that have or have had serious salvinia problems and those where biological control has been successful. Darwiniana 12:      465-520. de la Sota, E. R. 1963. Journal of Applied Ecology 24: 935-944. It has been introduced into the south of the US, where it is considered an invasive aquatic weed. Canadian Journal of Botany 56: 1982-1991. Range Global/Continental Wisconsin Native Range S. molesta: South America (Southern Brazil)1 S. minima: Central and South America2 S. herzogii: South America3 S. natans: Eurasia4 Figure 1: U.S and Canada Distribution Map 5 The number of axillary buds that grow, the rate of growth, and plant size are largely dependent on available nutrients. † Populations may not be currently present. Salvinia leaves. Nauman C. E. 1993. The adventive status of Salvinia minima and S.     molesta in the southern U.S. and the related distribution of the weevil Cyrtobagous salviniae. A comparative study on the intrinsic rates of     increase of Cyrtobagous singularis and C. salviniae on the water weed Salvinia molesta. Studies on decomposition of two species of Salvinia. 3b). Salvinia auriculata Aublet, III. Mitchell (Salviniaceae) (giant salvinia), a floating aquatic fern of Brazilian origin, has been dispersed to much of the tropical and subtropical parts of the world since the mid-1900s, where Hydrobiologia 131: 57-61. Semple, J. L. and I. W. Forno. The maximum rate of nitrogen uptake, calculated from rates of growth, is near 8 mg nitrogen/g dry weight of salvinia/day or about 6,000 kg nitrogen/ha/year (Room, 1986). Tim Heard and Peter Room for reviewing the manuscript and Dr. Peter Room for preparing the world map. Effects of leaf-feeding by larvae of the moth Samea multiplicalis     Guen. The proportion of axillary buds that develop is correlated with the nitrogen content of the plant (Room, 1983; Julien and Bourne, 1986), and the nitrogen content increases following removal of buds by insects or other agents (Room and Thomas, 1985; Julien and Bourne, 1986; Forno and Semple, 1987). We thank Drs. obs. and will feed on a range of other plant species (Bennett, 1966; Sands and Kassulke, 1986). Julien, M. H. and A. S. Bourne. Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, Mexico. Oviposition does not occur below 21ºC,and eggs fail to hatch below 20ºC or above 36ºC. Effects of nitrogen level and nitrogen compounds. Aquatic Plant Salvinia spp. This species is similar to but should not be confused with giant salvinia NOTE: Shipping Might be postponed if the temperature is below 38 or above 85. Adults preferentially feed on apical leaves but also on the second to fifth pair of leaves, buds, and petioles (Sands and Schotz, 1985). Water Lettuce. 1. Competition among small, free-floating, aquatic plants. Holm, L. G., J. V. Pancho, J. P. Herberger, and D. L. Plucknett. Bulletin of Entomological      Research 74: 609-621. 2001; USDA & NRCS 2011). Jacono, C.C., Davern, T.R. C.H. Australian      Centre for International Research. Weedwatcher 2: 1-2. 1986. Aquatic Weeds of Southeast Asia. Biological control of water fern, Salvinia molesta (Salviniaceae), in South Africa. 10) is adapted to living on floating mats of host plants where humidity is constantly high. Differences in the biology between the two species. De la Sota (1976) remarked that, in Argentina, the natural range of. Forno, I. W., D. P. A. Sands, and W. Sexton. Control Rainfall, daily maximum and minimum temperatures and percentage dry weight concentrations of N, P and K in Salvinia molesta at Thorby's Dam. 1983. Extent of losses. Salvinia compensates for the destruction of buds by initiating growth of dormant buds. Names and dates are hyperlinked to their relevant specimen records. US Fish and Wildlife Service Ecological Risk Screening Summary for. In: Biosystematic investigations in the family of duckweeds (Lemnaceae). On the other hand, Lemna minor and Spirodela polyrrhiza coexisted without dominating each other. Gewertz, D. B. Originally from South/Central America and West indies, it has been found wild growing in a number of north american states and due to its' invasive nature has been banned in some of them including Texas. Journal of Applied Ecology 22: 139-156. Marshall, B. E. and F. J. R. Junor. Newly emerged adults are brown, darkening to black in about five days. 28-35. Equations relating growth and uptake of nitrogen by Salvinia molesta to       temperature and the availability of nitrogen. Contact us if you are using data from this site for a publication to make sure the data are being used appropriately and for potential co-authorship if warranted. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands. 1998. ((Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, 46)). Knopf, K. W. and D. H. Habeck. Salvinia is well adapted to growth in low nutrient waters and can take up nutrients quickly when they become available (Room and Thomas, 1986). They regularly control Salvinia minima, and improve waterfowl habitat, by opening gates to allow saline water from the Gulf of Mexico into the bayous (Kirk Blood, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Port Arthur, Texas, pers. Optimum temperature for development for all stages is 28 to 30ºC. Cultivated in greenhouses and gardens in the United States since the late 1880s (Weatherby 1921, 1937; Fernald 1950). This weevil now controls the weed in most tropical and subtropical areas (Fig. Native distribution of the Salvinia auriculata complex and keys to species      identification. Randall, J. L. 1996. Each plant is a colony of ramets. This form has small, oval leaves less than 15 mm wide that lie flat on the water surface. 1962. 1973. Central and South America; common and wide-ranging from southern Mexico to northern Argentina and Brazil (Mickel ad Beitel 1988, Stolze 1983). University Press, Cambridge, pp. The table contains hyperlinks to collections tables of specimens based on the states, years, and drainages selected. It has since become established in India (Cook and Gut, 1971), Australia (Room and Julien, 1995), Papua New Guinea (Mitchell, 1979), Cuba, Trinidad, Guyana, Columbia (Holm et al., 1979), South Africa (Cilliers, 1991), Botswana (Edwards and Thomas, 1977), Kenya, Zambia (Mitchell and Tur, 1975), Namibia (Forno and Smith, 1999), Madagascar (Room and Julien, 1995), Ghana and Cote D’Ivoire (M. Julien, pers. http://www.usf.edu. Habitat: Shallow backwaters of bayous, lakes and ponds, oxbows, ditches, slow flowing streams, cypress swamps and marshes. Croxdale, J. G. 1979. Journal of Ecology 17: 349-365. 1987. Dickinson, M. B. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Science (Plant Science) 89:      161-168. Kissinger (1966) considered the Florida weevils to be C. singularis, but this was before C. salviniae was recognized as a separate species. 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