Where is Ogden's Pondweed (Potamogeton ogdenii)
located in the wild?
Potamogeton ogdennii grows completely submerged in alkaline lakes, beaver ponds or slow-moving streams.
(COSWEC, 2007; New England Wildflower Society, 2018)
Potamogeton ogdennii has an extremely restricted range in the upper Northeast USA and Ontario, Canada. As of 2016, it was only known from 9-11 locations, and it possibly extinct in Ontario. The global population trend is believed to be declining. P. ogdennii is classified as Vulnerable by the ICUN Red List criteria, as Critically Imperiled by NatureServe, and has regional Endangered status in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Ontario.
States & Provinces:
(COSWEC, 2007; Smith, 2016; NatureServe, 2018; USDA and NRCS. 2018)
Ogden's Pondweed can be found in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Ontario, Vermont