EPPO Global Database

Hydrocotyle ranunculoides(HYDRA)

Distribution details in Argentina

Situation
Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2019: Present, widespread
Comments
EPPO Reporting Service (2004/042) : Alert listing.

H. ranunculoides is considered native to the Americas (USDA, NRCS, 2019; Walsh et al., 2013; Harms et al., 2012; Everett 1981).
References
* Cordo HA, DeLoach DJ & Ferrer R (1982) The weevils Lixellus, Tanysphiroideus and Cyrtobagous that feed on Hydrocotyle and Salvinia in Argentina. Coleopterists Bulletin 36 (2): 279-286.

* EPPO (2009) PRA for Hydrocotyle ranunculoides. EPPO Paris, 65 pp.

* Everett TH (1981) The New York Botanical Garden Illustrated; Encyclopedia of Horticulture' (Garland
Publishing Inc., New York).

* Cordo HA, DeLoach DJ & Ferrer R (1982) The weevils Lixellus, Tanysphiroideus and Cyrtobagous
that feed on Hydrocotyle and Salvinia in Argentina. Coleopterists Bulletin 36 (2): 279-286

* Walsh G, Maestro M, Dalto YM, Shaw R, Seier M, Cortat G, Djeddour D (2013) Persistence of floating pennywort patches (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides, Araliaceae) in a canal in its native temperate range: Effect of its natural enemies. Aquatic Botany, 110, 78-83.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Bolivia Present, no details view...
Brazil Present, no details view...
Chile Present, no details view...
Paraguay Present, no details view...
Uruguay Present, no details view...