Details of this species in Ireland
Source: Alien Plants in Ireland, 2007.
Arrival Date: pre 1866
Species Notes for this Location:
N. peltata is reported as invasive in Ireland and abundance termed as 'common'. It was introduced intentionally as an ornamental plant. It is reported from the following counites: Mid Cork - East Cork - Carlow - Fermanagh - Armagh - Down - Antrim - Londonderry.
Invaded habitats include in lakes, ponds, rivers. For more details see Nymphoides peltata Alien Plants in Ireland.
Management Notes for this Location:
Last Modified: 26/04/2007 1:45:35 p.m.